Ruby celebrates releasing her 20th solo album in 2020 ‘Love Was Here‘

Ruby released her sensational new album “Love Was Here” on January 24th, 2020.

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Amazing reviews to read:

The Sunday Times “Got To Be Done” makes an elegant opener & that standard is maintained.”

Clive Davis – Sunday Times January 26th, 2020 click here

The artsdesk.com “One can only marvel Ruby’s versatility. As a vocalist, she spans the whole blues/soul/ R&B spectrum, & has been a major presence on the British scene since the late Seventies. Her unvarying capacity just to step forward & deliver a strong line, clear words, and powerful emotions are an unfailing & unique aspect of the musical life of this country. Perhaps the Halls of Fame and the honours system have a bit of catching-up to do”.

The Arts Desk click here

Somethin else.com “Ruby Turner shines everywhere on “Love Was Here”. Her voice has the ability to lift, charge emotionally and occasionally drop the listener into a void, longing for more”.

BY SAMMY STEIN January 12th, 2020 click here

Blues Bytes “Ground-breaking songs destined to become classics of the genre in their own right, hewn from a gem who is the genuine article. An early contender for album of the decade.

DAVE SCOTT in Blues Bytes 14th Jamuary 2020 click here

Soul Express “It’s always a thrill to listen to new and exciting recorded music from Ruby”.

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Musicnews.com “The whole album is one of understated passion & heart, never brash and with no excesses. Ms Turner is a great singer, a lovely way to start the year”.

Angela Wyss at Music News click here

Birmingham Mail “This is Ruby’s best album”.

Paul Cole Sunday Mercury January 19th, 2020 click here

Blues Matters “A singer right at the top of her game”.

David Scott American Blues Scene January 23rd, 2020 click here

Dave Scott – Ronnie Scott’s – The Jewel in the Crown click here

Blues in Britain “Joyous & infectious. This set is a fine example of Ruby’s classic soul singing”.

Graham Munn – Ruby Turner Live @ The Artrix, Bromsgrove click here

Dave Scott – Ruby Turner Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, London 28.1.2020
The perfect intimate setting for this launch of Ruby Turner’s 20th solo album Love Was Here was sold out: indeed, a residency over two weeks was needed to meet demand, such is her popularity and status. click here

Rhythm & Booze “A superb vocalist & if soul is your thing, you would be hard pressed to find a better collection of passionate ballads & gutsy grooves”.

Graham Munn – Rhythm & Booze click here

Sheffield Telegraph collaboration on soul star Ruby Turner’s dream album by By Julia Armstrong click here or click here

Daily Mail – By Adam Woods – Ruby Turner has lent firepower to Mick Jagger, Steve Winwood, Rod Stewart and Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Love Was Here is her 20th solo album, its sunny-day soul simple and modest but animated by Ruby’s gospel pipes, which swing, purr and sometimes let rip with the kind of understated virtuosity you’ve either got or you haven’t. click here

Fatea – by Rory Stanbridge – I firmly believe that this latest offering will again remind current fans of her pure unbridled vocal talent and introduce her voice to a whole new audience who will hopefully be as blown away by her talent as much as I am. click here

Echoes Mag – by Mike Atherton click here

MoJo click here

Music Republic Mag – By Simon Redley “Ruby is a singers singer & her chops are as innate as they come. This record is the best for a long time”. click here

Interview by Norman Darwen click here

A long time in the making, so Ruby Turner joins Ian Shaw once again on the Ronnie Scott’s Radio Show

A Short preview of Love Was Here

“This is the album I’ve always wanted to make” It also Includes ‘Chasing Love’, the soundtrack to the motion picture ‘The Host’ on General Worldwide release from January 17th, 2020 courtesy of Pearl Pictures.