30 more names have been announced with new talent and original disco queens coming to the party.
Ezra Collective's killer keys man returns to Brighton with a new solo album. Bring your dancing shoes and an open mind.
Got the winter blues? The first line-up announcements for Love Supreme 2020 will warm your cockles and soothe your ears.
Young pretenders and genre legends dominated this year’s Love Supreme, with headliners Gladys Knight and Lauryn Hill joined by some ska and reggae greats.
We chatted to Maddy ahead of her Love Supreme appearance about her new album, global politics and the joys of Littlehampton.
The best of British and some more global names have been added to the Love Supreme 2019 line up.
Love Supreme has announced the first batch of performers for next year's festival and it looks like they mean business with yet another superstar headliner.
Over a scorchingly hot weekend, the big names delighted while London's finest new jazz warriors took Love Supreme to a higher level.
With her classic 'lost' album finally released and an autobiography on the way, the soul legend spoke to SOURCE before her main stage set at Love Supreme.
Another year, another amazing line-up of jazz, funk, soul and international music legends shows that Love Supreme is looking better than ever.
Mr Jukes' God First album was a funked-up bolt from the blue last year. We chatted to him ahead of his appearance at next month's Love Supreme Festival.
The multi award-winning jazz star and her amazing band came to the Komedia and played a thrilling set of jazz and reggae classics and originals.
Jazz FM vocalist of 2018 nominee Zara McFarlane took time out from her UK tour to speak to Brighton Source ahead of her gig at The Komedia.
Bigger. Stronger. Funkier. Love Supreme did it again with a blend of firebrand upstarts and seasoned campaigners enthralling a sell out crowd.
We met with soul legend Lee Fields just after his dynamic set at Love Supreme to discuss music heroes, dearly departed friends and that man Trump.
Love Supreme 5 prepares for lift off with another stellar line up of music legends.
Love Supreme is back with a dream line up comprised of soul legends, superstars and the cream of global jazz talent.
Love Supreme was a funky affair with three of Prince's female collaborators on the bill and two legends in the headline slots: Grace Jones and Burt Bacharach.
Blue Note's Kandace Springs has worked with both Gregory Porter and Prince this year. We caught up with her before her debut set at Love Supreme 2016.
2016 sees a bigger pop presence at Love Supreme but there are still some top-flight jazz stars in the initial line-up announcement.
We spent the weekend with the likes of Neneh Cherry, Dianne Reeves and Van Morrison at the third instalment of Glynde's jazz and soul festival.
Three years in and still going strong, it's time to get on the jazz bus and head to Glynde for great soul, funk and jazz acts and friendly vibes.
Chaka Khan, Hugh Masekela and Van Morrison are among the first acts announced for this year's local jazz festival.
After everyone raved about last year's new jazz festival, right on Brighton's doorstep, we returned to see if Love Supreme could do it again.
With last year's inaugural event given a unanimous thumbs up, it's time to see if they can keep up the momentum for year 2.