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The multi award-winning 17-piece ensemble have played with a gallery of stars from Van Morrison to Michael Bublé, Cleo Laine and Ruthie Henshall. The repertoire extends from mellow jazz arrangements to stage and screen hits and Rat Pack favourites – with or without guest singers..

The swing and jump blues band have played Ronnie Scott’s and numerous festivals. As a 5-7 piece, led by striking female vocals, the set is full of feel-good hits like Hound Dog and It Don’t Mean A Thing.

Bublé pays homage to a bygone era. He performs re-worked versions of pop and rock classics including Come Fly With Me and Fever, infused with his unique swing sensibility.

The brightest star of British jazz has earned a huge fan base by re-working standards by legends from Cole Porter to Nirvana. He’s also collaborated with Kylie Minogue, Burt Bacharach and Clint Eastwood. Jamie enthralls audiences with a mix of classics and originals, and occasional beatboxing!

Juliana is one of the brightest voices in Nu-Jazz / blues, with appearances at The Royal Albert Hall and Jazz Café already under her belt. Her solo set comprises past and present classics, and she also performs with Nu-Blues trio 2 Dreads + An Afro.

Moyet went from punk, to electropop with Yazoo, through soulful albums as a solo artist to West End success in Chicago. Her hits range from Only You and Don’t Go To That Ole Devil Called Love. After her recent tour Alison performs with the full band or to playback.

Led by Natalie with vocals from Vula and Sharlene Hector of Basement Jaxx, Soul Family combine soul, R&B, gospel and funk. They cover Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, Madonna, Paul Simon and Beyoncé.

The jazz, soul and gospel singer employs one of the smoothest voices in the business. She’s hosted Soul at the Jazz Café, backed artists like Beverley Knight and performed in Olympic celebrations in Trafalgar Square. Adeola offers a duo or full band format, and a set full of classics.

With humour, verve and style, Joe brings a jazz twist to favourites old and new, from Waterloo Sunset to It Had To Be You to One Direction’s History. Solo or with his band, the musician The Sunday Times called “a very British Harry Connick Jr” delivers original, irresistible performances.

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