Norma Ann Winstone (born 23 September 1941, in Bow, East London) is a British jazz singer and lyricist. In a career spanning over forty years she is best known for her wordless improvisations. Winstone began singing in bands around Dagenham in the early 1960s, before joining Michael Garrick's band in 1968. Her first recording came the following year, with Joe Harriott. She recorded one album under her own name in 1972.