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South London based (UK) singer/songwriter Ché Sampson is from a musical family, she is the eldest of three children and has been singing from an early age. Her voice has been described as having a pure, honest and soothing quality.

A Brit School attendee and x-student of Gospel great and vocal coach to the stars Priscilla Jones, Ché finds that writing and singing flows effortlessly for her and has become the perfect vehicle to communicate her ideas and thoughts as a young Christian.

Ché relates to lyrics from famous songwriter Jonathan Butler ‘Falling in love with Jesus is the best thing I’ve ever done’.

I can honestly say, God’s love is unconditional, he has our best interests at heart, he’s the only one that comforts me when I am uneasy and gives me peace that surpasses all understanding. My dream is to share my experiences and to tell my story with those around me, through the gift of music“.

Ché has gained experience as a backing vocalist and has made various appearances singing-backing vocals for EternalDes’ree and Noel Mc Coy. 

she has co-written and sang lead vocals on ‘Let The Sunshine through’ Prince Sampson’s Jazz FM’s released Album “Living In The Moment”

She has done lead performances at the Jazz cafeGreenwich Jazz FestivalWestfield’s Lavanta Galleria. Radio interviews and performances include UK Preimer Gospel, Soul Appreciation Society  in association with Blues & Soul magazine to promote her Debut EP.

She has actively been involved in organising musical fundraising events and worship evenings. Recently had the amazing opportunity to study music worship/songwriting/performance techniques in Nashville at the Immerse conference 2014 .

She also sings second soprano in the (LAC) London Adventist Chorale making television appearances on BBC’s Songs Of PraiseHouses Of Parliament  and collaborations with Wynton MarsalisThe London Philharmonic Orchestra and Take 6 .

‘New Every Morning’ is the title of Ché Sampson’s EP.

No matter how bad things might get in life, God’s mercy is new every morning