English singer/songwriter and soul music fan Jade Anderson began writing poetry and composing when she was an adolescent. The youngest child of Jon Anderson, innovator of the famous progressive rock-band Yes, became involved with display business at age 16 after becoming a member of a female young pop group. Nevertheless, she wished to communicate herself in different ways. That opportunity arrived after teaming up with an area songwriter referred to as Eg, who co-produced his debut recording, Dive Deeper, in his London-based studio room. Jade Anderson released her solo profession in Japan having a live performance, alongside seven music artists and two back-up performers, to celebrate MTV’s wedding anniversary. IN-MAY 2002, “Sugarhigh” became her 1st hit single.
|1||Stepdaughter of Jane Luttenburger Anderson.|
|2||Younger sister of Deborah Anderson and Damion Anderson.|
|3||Jade sings on father Jon Anderson's albums "3 Ships" (1985), "Change We Must" (1994) and "Angels Embrace" (1995).|
|4||Jade's debut album was "Dive Deeper", recorded with Eg White. It was released on Sony in Japan in 2002. While it charted in Japan, a US release was canceled. The album had been preceded by a first single, "Sugar High", released in Japan (2001) and the US (2002). A second single, "Sweet Memories", was released in Japan only.|
|5||Youngest daughter of musician Jon Anderson and Jennifer Baker.|
|Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam||2010||TV Movie||Camp Rock Dancer|
|Hairspray||2007||Stooie - Detention Kid|
|Save the Last Dance 2||2006||Video||Hip Hop Dancer|
|Jon Anderson: Tour of the Universe||2005||Video thanks|
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