(born 21 April 1969) is a British saxophonist and music teacher from Halesowen. He is also known by his stage name Joolz Gianni. He has made guest appearances alongside artists such as Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), Gwen Dickey (Rose Royce) and Hamish Stuart (Average White Band), and has performed on national television together with Chris Rea, M People, and Dina Carroll. In 2003, he released a solo album, Chilled 2 the Sax, which features Acker Bilk, Dina Carroll, and Ola Onabule. Some of his tracks also appear in the multi-platinum selling The Classic Chillout album series from Sony Music. Smith became better known after appearing on the third series of Britain's Got Talent in 2009 and finished in third place behind singer Susan Boyle and winning dance troupe Diversity. He toured with The Stylistics in 2010 and is currently on tour with Diversity.
22.11.2011 [Yorkshire Post] - Yorkshire is a part of the country whose very existence and prosperity is largely down to renewable energy. During the industrial revolution, water wheels at mills on rivers and streams powered the growth of the region. It is one of the oldest and
15.11.2011 [Yorkshire Post] - Skipton and Ripon MP JulianSmith said: “Leeds and Yorkshire offer a compelling mix of financial skills and a track record of delivering green energy projects both small and large. From the Settle Hydro project in my constituency to the Drax biomass
11.11.2011 [The Press, York] - They will be with the authority's deputy leader Coun Carl Les, its finance and central services director John Moore and the council's assistant director for learning and youth skills, Chris McGee, as well as North Yorkshire MPs JulianSmith and Robert
09.11.2011 [BroadbandChoice.co.uk] - The Harrogate News reported comments from JulianSmith, MP for Skipton and Ripon, who welcomed the development during a recent visit to the Markington hotel. "Having slow broadband connections can be detrimental to the success of any business," he said
07.11.2011 [Ripon Today] - Ripon's MP JulianSmith has welcomed the news. He said: “I am delighted that the Olympic Torch Relay will pass through Ripon next year in the run-up to the London 2012 Games. “It is vitally important that North Yorkshire residents feel part of the