Corrie Jack Ellis is a multi-instrumental producer and singersongwriter from the most southern point of South Wales.
Corrie released his first solo recording “Pocket of Lint” as Jack Ellis in 2015, which gained significant airplay from Edith Bowman (Virgin Radio), Adam Walton + Bethan Elfyn (BBC Radio Wales) and Andrew Shay (Nation Radio), it also earned him a special guest appearance and live session with Dermot O’Leary on BBC Radio 2, alongside Biffy Clyro and Simon Le Bon.
In the following months Jack assembled a team of session players to compliment his signature sound and heartfelt lyrics. Returning to the studio in 2016, Jack’s second single was “The Storm”, produced by Todd Campbell (The People The Poet, Peasant’s King, Phill Campbell and The Bastard Sons) at Stompbox Studios, the track was once again debuted by request on Dermot O’Leary’s BBC Radio 2 show.
“The Storm” received critical praise from the likes of Bethan Elfyn and Adam Walton (BBC Introducing Wales), Vents Magazine, Candid Magazine, GigSlutz, Fame Magazine, Vinyl District, Fortitude Magazine, Cultured Vultures, Americana UK, Indie Obsessed, Going Solo, The Revue Magazine and featured in “33 Essential Songs from Wales
You Must Listen To” on Wales Online.
At the end of 2016 he took home "Best Breakthrough Artist" at Cardiff Music Awards and was nominated for "Best of British Unsigned".
He also won "Best Solo Artist" in 2017 at Cardiff Music Awards and since then has won "Best Collaboration" with Alcie Bela for their track 'Snake Eyes' which was produced and written by Corrie Jack.
He is currently recording his debut album and is also recording and producing a few other projects like Listen For Stillness and Alcie Bela's debut album.