Dippy Jabble (aka Baldip K Jabble) was born and brought up in Beeston Leeds 11. She developed a taste of Indian music at a very tender age of four. Her Father Late Mr. Balbir Singh Panesar was her inspiration, As he was a lead singer of a band formerly known as Panesar Brothers of Leeds. Baldip’s father taught her Shabad Kirtan. She recorded her first album in India ‘Dukh Bhanjan Tera Nama Ji’ which was released under Multitone Records and was her Father’s biggest dream.
She attended the Leeds College of Music, and then taught at the college. Whilst teaching at the college Baldip was also holding Indian Film Music Classes. Baldip also had many other talents, such as playing Harmonium, Table, Sitar, Tanpura and currently teaches these instruments at a very advance level. Over the years Baldip has participated in major projects within the community ranging from Schools, Colleges and a High Security Prisons such as HMP Bullingdon.
Baldip was fortunate enough to pursue her passion for Indian music even after marriage. Her Father in Law Mr. Harbhajan Singh Jabble and Kuchh Nai Marketing Ltd supported her by sponsoring her next major album ‘Punjabi Attitude’. She has also worked in British Asian theatre with RIFCO arts company in their blockbuster play The Deranged Marriage playing the role of a Panjabi Wedding Singer, Acting and Singing live on stage every night.
Due to Great Great Great demand Baldip has now formed her own Ladies Sangeet group which involves Ladies Sangeet, Mehandi Night, Wedding Panjabi Gidha, DJ performances, Gazals, Bollywood Karaoke Live Music. She has also introduced a new concept by incorporating live band in her Ladies Sangeet Performances. Her latest project is Ghazal which she wrote and sang and is being released by Speed Records. The single is titled “Aankhen” and Baldip is dedicating it to her Late Father Balbir Singh Panesar Her Ustad..Her Inspiration…”This Ones for you Daddy Ji”