Amanda St John has been invited onto the BBC Radio London Gaby Roslin Show


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We are very excited to announce that Amanda St John will be performing LIVE on the Gaby Roslin BBC Radio London show Sunday,  28th May just after 2pm and 3pm ahead of her Eastbourne Show that night at The Underground.

Amanda is just about to kick off her UK Mainland tour starting off in Milton Keynes on 27th May, then Eastbourne, London and Brighton before returning back to Northern Ireland.


Amanda’s tour information can be found on her website and her facebook page.

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Amanda St John Prepares for her UK Mainland tour on BBC Radio Ulster


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Amanda St John was invited into the BBC Radio Uluster studio last Friday, 19th May to play a couple of songs and also talk about her upcoming UK Mainland Tour.

First song she played live was “You Blew It” from her album “Grow” and a fantastic cover of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill”.

Take a listen HERE

(1hr 10mins)

Amanda’s tour information can be found on her website and her facebook page.

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For more information contact Ellis on or call 07813 984517

Calling All Artists – What Can We Do For You? – Update


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Update – April 2017

Well, we have done it again.  Our clients on National Radio.  Elles Bailey was on BBC Radio 2 Clare Balding “Good Morning Sunday” Show, Philip Murray Warson was on the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, Amanda St John on Whispering Bob TV “Under The Apple Tree Session” as was Elles Bailey and Ellie Jane was on BBC Three Counties as their “Record of the Week” and live performance and The Aim on BBC Radio London Gaby Roslin Show playing live.  Phew!

More of our fabulous clients have been put forward for National Radio.

Elles Bailey on BBC Radio 2


Philip Murray Warson on BBC Radio 2 Folk Show


Ellie Jane on BBC Three Counties


Elles Bailey on Whispering Bob TV “Under The Apple Tree Session”


The Aim on BBC Radio London Gaby Roslin playing live

Get in touch with us to see if we can help you…


It has been an exciting start to 2017, with some great coverage for our clients. Our artist Luke Potter has been signed to a worldwide deal with Sony following his first national radio plays and some great reviews.

At Lime Jam PR, we aim to raise an artist’s profile by getting exposure through effective and efficient pitching of artists to our wide range of contacts at national and regional radio, national and regional TV and video channels online and print media.

If you would like us to put together a bespoke campaign for your release (single, video, EP, Album or tour), then please drop us a line with your requirements.


Call Ellis on 07813 984517

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Here are just a few examples of recent coverage for our clients:

Luke Potter on Gaby Roslin Show, BBC Radio London
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Luke Potter – Digital Tour Bus : Dream Tour Feature

Magazine Gap – Jammerzine : Full Interview with the band feature

Ellie Jane – Exposed Vocals : Q&A

* Update – We have just got Ellie Jane on BBC Introducing Beds, Herts and Bucks, Malaika on BBC Radio Leeds and Elles Bailey on the Under the Apple Tree Session on Whispering Bob TV.


Elles Bailey’s single “Wildfire” was played on BBC Radio 2


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Yes, Lime Jam PR have done it again.  Another one of our very talented artists, Elles Bailey, was played on the Clare Balding ‘Good Morning Sunday’ Show 2nd April 2017.

“Wildfire” is Elle’s latest single and no wonder it was played on national radio, it is just so good.

Elle’s album was recorded in Nashville which has a heavy influence on her single “Wildfire”.

Take a listen HERE
(1hr 25mins)

More about Elles Bailey

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Ellie Jane was live in the studio at BBC Three Counties Radio


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Ellie Jane and her guitarist, Dom Littler, was up at the crack of dawn to travel to BBC Three Counties Radio on Saturday, 25th March to go on the Justin Dealey Breakfast Show.

They were on fire as they played Ellie’s new single, out in a couple of weeks “Lights Go Down” and a cover of “Living on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi.

Take a listen here (1hr53mins and 2hrs53mins)

More about Ellie Jane

 ITunes Clocks EP
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Ellie Jane’s single “Clocks” is Record of the Week on BBC Three Counties


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Ellie Jane from Ware in Hertfordshire was excited to hear that her single “Clocks” had been chosen to be BBC Three Counties Record of the Week.

The schedule is as follows:


Tune in so you don’t miss it!!





Ellis from Lime Jam PR Reviews and Interviews Paul Carrack


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Photo:  Athena Anastasiou

It’s 1974 and as usual we have Radio 1 on in the morning.  I am seven years old but already a music fan.  Amongst all the Gary Glitter, Slade and Mud I hear a song with a simple but additive bassline, some subtle keys then come in and then in comes this voice that is so laid back but to me so perfect.  “How  Long” by Ace was all over the radio and I loved it.

Move on a few years to 1981 and I am 14 and into bands such as The Jam, The Specials, Madness and Squeeze.  How I loved Squeeze, that voice, Glenn Tilbrook’s voice was so distinctive you always knew when it was a Squeeze song.  Then I hear their new single, “Tempted”.  “That’s not Glenn singing the lead vocals” I thought to myself.  Indeed it wasn’t.  It was a guy called Paul Carrack, who used to sing with and play keyboards in Ace.  I found out either in Sounds, NME or Melody Maker that Paul Carrack had taken over keyboard duties from Jools Holland in Squeeze and was indeed singing the lead vocal on the new single.  Two of my favourite English voices on one song.  It became one of my favourite tracks of all time and still is to this day.

Move on to 2017 and I am off to see Paul Carrack live, incredibly for the first time.  I cannot believe it has taken 36 years to finally catch up with Paul.

Carrack is a Yorkshire boy (born and bred in Sheffield) and on Sunday he brought his latest tour to the Victoria Theatre in Halifax.  I had been lucky enough to be invited to have a chat with Paul after the show (more of that later).  Let’s see if he can still do justice to his amazing catalogue of songs running from Ace, Squeeze, Mike and The Mechanics and his impressive solo albums.  I shall start by saying that musically this is an amazing bunch of musicians and they all hail from Yorkshire.

The first half of the show focused mainly on the best of his solo albums and at times, during some amazing instrumental breaks, it felt like I could almost have been watching the classic STAX lineup.  The impressive bass playing of Jeremy Meek and the equally impressive guitar from Andy Staves was reminiscent of the legendary Donald “Duck” Dunn and Steve Cropper.  Some spine-tingly good, almost Junior Walker-esque sax breaks from Steve Beighton just added to the impression that this was a fine collection of musicians.  The two drummers Dean Duke and Jack Carrack (Paul’s talented son) was unexpected (how often do you see two drummers working in tandem these days?) and lifted the overall sound to even greater heights. And, of course, there was Carrack himself switching between guitar, piano and Hammond organ.  The soul influences he picked up as a kid in the 60’s just as important to his sound as ever.

However, through all the musical dexterity of the band, the most impressive and most memorable part of any Paul Carrack performance is of course that voice.  Pure soul, so true and beautiful that there were more than a few times when a tear tried to escape from my eyes particularly when Paul launched into the opening chords of “Tempted”.  That’s what it can do to you when it evokes memories of something that actually meant something to you.  A song, a voice, that’s all you need and if you have a soul it will stay with you forever.

The show finished with a massive version of “How Long” and followed by an encore of Mike and The Mechanic’s “Over My Shoulder”.  I got the feeling that Paul Carrack and his wonderful bunch of musicians genuinely love performing and indeed they confirmed as much when I met them back stage.

Q – Great show Paul, what’s it like to be back in Yorkshire and do you still feel connected to Yorkshire?
Paul – Of course I do yes, the band are all from Sheffield, I am a big Wednesday fan so I still go to games.  I am not getting any games in at the minute as I have got to save my voice, they don’t trust me cos I shout so yes, my family are all there.

Q – What was the first music you loved when you were a kid?
Paul – As a kid I loved The Shadows, all those kind of bands, I am talking about when I was a little kid, The Everly Brothers.  My brother who is four years older than me was into Ray Charles and all that but really I was listening at about 11 and 12 when The Beatles happened.  I used to play drums along to records, such as Gerry and the Pacemakers but then after that I became obsessed with soul music.  The normal suspects, mainstream soul.

Q – When did you first start singing?
Paul – I really didn’t sing until we formed a band called Ace, we all sang.  If you wrote the song you sang it.

Q – And is it true that you wrote “How Long” about your bass player who was secretly performing with other bands?
Paul – Yes it is, good research!

Q – Finally, can you tell me about “Tempted”?
Paul – They (Squeeze) had already recorded a different version but we started doing it in that style and it was Elvis Costello’s call for me to sing it (Costello was producing the track).  Since then, I have written some songs on most albums with Chris (Difford of Squeeze), one or two songs at least on every album.  Chris is great, Glenn is a bit harder to get to know.  He is ridiculously talented you know.  It took me ages to learn “Tempted”.  It’s a fantastic song, I can’t believe I got to sing it.

For more information on Paul, check out his website






Philip Murray Warson’s Single Had It’s First National Radio Play on the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show


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The actor / folk musician Philip Murray Warson’s single “The Falling of the Leaves” had it’s first national radio play on the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show presented by Mark Radclifffe (1st March 2017).  “Falling of the Leaves” is a poem by William Butler Yeats.

Take a listen HERE

For more information about Philip, check him out below.

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Malaika’s New Single Gets It’s First National Radio Play


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Malaika was thrilled that BBC Radio 2 Good Morning Sunday, hosted by Jason Mohammad standing in for Clare Balding, played her new single “I Don’t Feel the Same” last Sunday, 26th February 2017.

Jason and his guest said of Malaika “I love Malaika Shaw’s voice.  I could listen to it all day”.

Take a listen HERE
(35 mins)

Watch the Video HERE

Here is some more information about Malaika ….

Malaika won her category of Best Blues/Jazz at the UMA’s in 2016.

The nomination keeps Malaika’s start in the ascendancy and is an impressive prequel to the release of new single “I Don’t Feel The Same”.  The single is a co-write between Malaika and uber hit-making production and writing team John Beck and Steve Chrisanthou (Corinne Bailey Rae amongst others). 

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Elles Bailey on the Gaby Roslin BBC Radio London Show


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The fabulous Elles Bailey was asked to be a guest on the Gaby Roslin BBC Radio London show on Sunday, 19th February.

Elles sang her songs “Wildfire” and “Time’s a Healer”.  Elles and Gaby talked about Elles’ forthcoming album and recording in Nashville.

Gaby was so blown away by Elles’ voice (“what an incredibly sexy voice you have”) that she invited Elles to play at the Roundhouse this Thursday, 23rd February at a big charity event.



More Information for Elles Bailey

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