SheBeat, aka Jodie Schofield, is a Liverpool singer songwriter. After many years working in radio as a writer and producer, Jodie picked up an acoustic guitar borrowed from her mum and wrote a few songs using the four chords she had been shown by a friend. The result was not bad at all and now, just a few years later, is a seasoned performer and writer, loving every second of making and performing original music.
A lover of music from a young age, singing along to songs on the radio and TV was something she shared with her mum and when just 7yrs old won a local singing contest in Lark Lane's old Police station.
Finalist for the Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge for the last two years running, and local festival favourite, SheBeat songs are romantic misadventure packed into perfect portions of hum-a-long acoustic folk pop - or “6-string therapy” as she calls it. 60s Merseybeat influences mix with modern day troubadours PJ Harvey, The Cardigans and Norah Jones. Last year she recorded her debut EP featuring 4 tracks. You can download it on iTunes, Amazon or Spotify - or get a homemade CD copy from her live shows.