Jess Glynne brought to a close a series of intimate London gigs at the Camden Assembly to raise money for Nordoff Robbins charity.
Kaiser Chiefs, Jake Bugg, Clean Bandit and Tom Odell were among the acts who played these intimate shows in December.
Jess Glynne performed a stripped back acoustic set and although missing was the dance beats synonymous with her name, the set nonetheless was incredible and certainly engaging.
Jess delivered a party mix of tracks off her chart-topping debut solo album “I Cry When I Laugh” and the samples that first brought her distinctive voice to our airwaves, backed only by a piano and 2 backing singers.
Nordoff Robbins charity is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, that uses music to transform the lives of thousands of vulnerable and isolated people every year.
The full list of shows was as follows.