Jacqui Perks, the daughter of Italian and Irish immigrants, was born in Liverpool in the ’60’s. Her father’s love of Country music, in particular Johnny Cash, still influences her passion of close harmony work and a song that tells a story.
As young singer herself she graduated from Dartington College of Arts and spent most of her twenties writing and gigging until she moved back down to the South West to have a family. She continues to enjoy songwriting and loves both working solo and collaborating with other artists locally and across the UK.
Her most recent projects include a female a cappella band called Strange Angels and Lazy Grace with co-writer and singer/guitarist Roger Wells.