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Tune Into Turn Up From Home Episode 10 on 22 August

Published // 22.Aug.20

Episode 10 Features Performances from Jools Holland, Shawn Colvin and Pedro Martins

Turn up for Recovery is a charitable movement raising awareness of abstinence-based recovery, tackling the stigma of addiction and helping make treatment affordable to people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. The idea for Turn up for Recovery (TUFR) came to founder, Melia Clapton, while walking her dog. She wanted to tackle the stigma around addiction and alcoholism and raise awareness about the power of abstinence based recovery. It’s a topic very close to her heart, having supported family members throughout their recovery. Her vision is for an inclusive community of artists, music lovers and those affected by addiction coming together to have a good time, talk about recovery and raise money for others to get the help that they need. Melia Clapton announced the movement during Eric Clapton’s 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival.

The Turn Up From Home concert series was launched by TUFR in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. New episodes of Turn Up From Home are posted at www.youtube.com/turnupforrecovery. Previous episodes are also archived on the channel for later viewing.

On 22 August at PDT 11:00am, EDT 2:00pm and BST 7:00pm, Episode 10 of the concert series will debut on TUFR's YouTube Channel. The episode features performances from Jools Holland, Shawn Colvin and Pedro Martins.

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ABOUT THE PARTICIPATING MUSICIANS:

JOOLS HOLLAND: Jools Holland is a composer, pianist, bandleader and broadcaster. By the age of 8, he had picked up the basics of boogie woogie and blues piano from an uncle. By his mid-teens he was playing in the pubs and clubs in the East End and South London. In 1974 - at age 16 - he was a founding member of Squeeze, in which he remained until 1981. He began his solo career in 1978 and later branched out into television broadcasting with music show, The Tube. He returned to Squeeze from 1985-1990. In 1987, he formed the Jools Holland Big Band which became the 18-piece Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Since 1992, he has hosted short series of the music show Later ... with Jools Holland and Jools Holland's Hootenanny, which airs annually on New Year's Eve, on BBC Two. He also presents a weekly show on BBC Radio 2. Over his lengthy career, Jools has played on sessions for a wide variety of artists including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Sting, B.B. King, Luther Vandross, Fine Young Cannibals and others. 

SHAWN COLVIN: Since the release of her debut album in 1989, Shawn Colvin has won three Grammy Awards, released twelve albums, written a critically acclaimed memoir, maintained a non-stop national and international touring schedule until the recent pandemic, appeared on countless television and radio programs, had her songs featured in major motion pictures and created a remarkable canon of work. Her most popular song undoubtedly is the 1997 Grammy Award-winner, "Sunny Came Home." In September 2019, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the release of her debut album, Steady On, Shawn released a special, newly-recorded all acoustic version of the landmark album.

PEDRO MARTINS: Winner of The 2015 Montreux Guitar Competition at age 21, the Brazilian musical phenom is well known for his collaborations with Kurt Rosenwinkel, Yaron Herman, David Binney, Jacob Collier as well as Brazilian jazz greats Hamilton de Holanda, Gabriel Grossi, and Léo Gandelman. His second album, VOX (2019), features thirteen jazz-inflected Brazilian rock songs. Pedro was a featured performer at Eric Clapton's 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival.

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