Jade Williams is a British independent pop singer, who currently performs under the stage name Whinnie Williams, and previously Sunday Girl. She released her debut EP, Bad Girl, through Night Beach Records in October 2014.
|Birth name:||Jade Williams|
|Also known as:||Sunday Girl, Whinnie Williams|
|Born:||1988 (age 31–32), Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England|
|Genres:||Indie pop, alternative pop|
|Twitter:||Jade Williams's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Jade Williams's Facebook profile|
About Jade Williams
Otherwise known by the stage names Whinnie Williams and Sunday Girl, she is an indie pop singer known for the 2014 debut EP Bad Girl. She is also particularly known for the 2012 single "Where Is My Mind."
A fearful performer from an early age, her mother took her to a hypnotist at seventeen to overcome her fears. She would go on to join a jazz band, a ska band, and a 1940s cover trio. She also studied set design at Wimbledon College of Art.
In 2012, she became one-half of the DJ duo Ooh La La! with model Zara Martin.
She was born in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England. She earned her stage name Sunday Girl from her coworkers at a local pet shop where she worked every Sunday as a teen. Most of the staff didn't know her name, so they referred to her as Sunday Girl.
In 2011, she was credited as Sunday Girl on the Martin Solveig single "Let's Not Play Games."
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