From the age of 11, Jade began to sing songs imitating those of her idols including Eva Cassidy, Alanis Morrisette, Stevie Nicks, Aretha Franklin, Axl Rose, Elton John, Seal and other legendary vocalists.
Jade’s music is elegant, simple and clean which has only been accentuated by the local legendary musicians she has worked with including Brian “Saxophone” Jones from The Undertakers, The Christians, The Swinging Blue Jeans and The Gary Murphy Band. Jade is not only a solo vocalist and guitarist, but is one half of the duo ‘Glade’ in which she is joined by the fabulously talented Glyn Williams from China Crisis. This lively and upbeat collaboration is an exciting and refreshing combination, showcasing both Glyn and Jade’s talents to the max.
Her voice has a soulful quality with an edge that tugs at your heart. Along with her presence on stage it's a combination that makes you want more... I certainly do!
Ms. Tremarco clutches the music to her soul and then sets it free to wreak glorious havoc amongst the packed members of the audience, leaving them standing in awe at the oratorio’s climax and yelling, breathlessly, for more
…yet it was the vocals of Jade Tremarco that had every man Jack of them screaming their appreciation to the extent where even the band took time out to applaud her stunning contribution to the proceedings.
…one of Wirral’s finest female vocalists. Jade Tremarco brings a powerfully soulful presence to the proceedings…
Displaying flawless vocal technique and control throughout, Jade also reveals impeccable taste whereby she imperceptibly manages to extend musical boundaries without ever overstepping.