Episode 116 – Rumer

Rumer, born Sarah Joyce, is a British singer-songwriter celebrated for her soulful voice reminiscent of 1970’s pop and jazz. Rumer’s musical journey began with her early exposure to her parents’ eclectic record collection, which included artists like Burt Bacharach, Carole King, and The Carpenters influencing her signature sound. After honing her craft around various London clubs, Rumer gained recognition with her debut album “Seasons of My Soul” which received critical acclaim and commercial success, reaching the top ten in the UK charts. Her velvety vocals and heartfelt lyrics resonated with audiences, earning her comparisons to legends like Karen Carpenter and Joni Mitchell. Throughout her career, Rumer has released several albums, including “Boys Don’t Cry” (2012) and “Into Colour” (2014), showcasing her versatility as an artist. Beyond her solo work, Rumer has collaborated with various artists and continues to captivate audiences worldwide. Let Christy Take It bring you Rumer. Please like and subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Thanks to our sponsor Irish woodcraft. Please check them out at https://irishwoodcraft.ie