Lovenotes history...

The acapella singing group, the Lovenotes, was formed in 2005 by Manchester based trio Faith Watson, Jules Gibb and Katherine Watson. In 2006, they met up with acclaimed Blues singer/songwriter Helen Watson and the heady combination of tight acapella harmonies with Helen's soulful improvisation proved a hit at gigs and led to the production of the Lovenotes' first CD.

Always looking for ways to enhance the range of harmonies and potential for vocal arrangement, in 2008 the Lovenotes became four, with the addition of Rose Hodgson an experienced acapella singer who had recently moved to Manchester from Sheffield.

Lovenotes performances (and the CDs) demonstrate a wonderfully diverse combination of harmony singing, with truly innovative 3, 4 and 5 part arrangements of songs ranging from jazz to traditional to contemporary as well as original material written by the members of the group.

A little taster... Take_Me.mp3

Warning: Together at Wintertime - blank CDs

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It's come to our notice that some of our Together at Wintertime CDs are blank. If you have bought one and found that it's blank, please let us know, send us your postal address, and we'll send you a proper copy. We're really sorry about this!

Introducing Jodie, the Lovenotelet!

We're delighted to announce that Rose had a truly gorgeous baby girl, Jodie Freya, on 30th November 2013. This picture is of our first rehearsal with the new Lovenotelet... she slept through most of it, but did join in when we were trying to record something - thank you Jodie!

From 'Another Little Spoon'... These_Foolish_Things.mp3

Watch Helen Watson and the Lovenotes sing Perfect Day by Lou Reed at Sing for Water London 2010 as part of the Thames Festival. Saturday 12th September. YouTube