Le Jazz Hot Duo have a large repertoire including a touch of class music from such artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Etta James, Nat King Cole, Julie London, Sammy Davis Jnr and Michael Buble. A touch of class brought directly to your event. Also performing hits from classic shows including Cabaret, Chicago and Victor Victoria this fabulous duo will definitely bring a touch of class to your event.
You will be treated to a tailor-made evening of song and an atmosphere of timeless elegance. These classy ladies bring together their sophistication and professionalism with outstanding vocals and a repertoire of classic songs. Melody French & Sarah Fearnley are professional singers with over 40 years of combined experience in varying roles in the entertainment industry.
Le Jazz Hot Duo Touch Of Class
Le Jazz Hot Duo bring together their sophistication and professionalism with outstanding vocals and a repertoire of classic songs. You will be treated to a tailor-made evening of song and an atmosphere of timeless elegance.
Testimonial: “I asked ‘Le Jazz’ to sing at my husband’s 40th birthday recently. After seeing the duo perform I cannot recommend them highly enough. A great blend of mellow voices and sassy, stylish ladies. At a relatively small gathering (approx 50 people) the duo judged the audience perfectly and created a sophisticated party atmosphere.”
“Providing the perfect mix of standards, modern and uptempo tunes, the guests were soon up dancing unable to resist! I have had so many complementary comments from our guests about ‘Le Jazz’ and would suggest anyone looking for stylish, talented entertainment for your event or party should definitely look at this ‘Hot Duo’ first.” Elizabeth Loughe. Shardlow, Derbyshire.
Female jazz performers and composers have contributed to jazz throughout its history. Although Betty Carter, Ella Fitzgerald, Adelaide Hall, Billie Holiday, Abbey Lincoln, Anita O’Day, Dinah Washington and Ethel Waters were recognised for their vocal talent, less familiar were bandleaders, composers and instrumentalists such as pianist Lil Hardin Armstrong, trumpeter Valaida Snow and songwriters Irene Higginbotham and Dorothy Fields. Women began playing instruments in jazz in the early 1920s, drawing particular recognition on piano. Wikipedia.