World renowned musician Kym Purling is returning to his hometown of Adelaide. He catches up for a chat about his upcoming Grand Night at the Regal.
Diverse-City and Miss French Music presents The French Sextet! Featuring up and coming young jazz musicians from all over the country, these performances will be one you don’t want to miss. Led by James Morrison Honour’s student, trumpeter and vocalist Amelia French, the band performs jazz tunes of all styles. With many original compositions and […]
Zkye Compson-Harris is one of Adelaide’s treasures. A blues and jazz singer of unquestionable talent, she constantly stretches both her repertoire and her style.
Raucous, boisterous and cheeky, Gunhild Carling is a stunning performer to watch.
Jazz singer, teacher and impresario, Ingrid James, has been a lynchpin of the Brisbane Jazz Club for many years. This year’s Fringe sees her make her debut at the Adelaide Jazz Club, the founding of which was partly inspired by her.
In 1956, acclaimed jazz vocalist Ella Fitzerald did a season at Zardi’s Jazzland in Los Angeles. On her final night, the entire show was recorded for an album release which never happened.
Renowned jazz singer and teacher, Ingrid James, is making her Adelaide debut at Fringe this year, playing at the newly minted Adelaide Jazz Club. In between teaching, singing and feeding her family, she sat down with Glam to talk about her glittering career and her upcoming gigs.
Sydney-based musician Nic Jeffries, triumphed last year as the inaugural artist for the Adelaide Jazz Club. He returned this year to kick off the club’s diverse Fringe season.
It is not all that easy to find authentic jazz and swing shows in the modern Australian theatre circuit but the Scandinavian The DecaVita Sisters have given us the opportunity to experience the roaring 20’s in its purest form.
Louise Blackwell is one of Adelaide’s treasures. A highly competent and innovative jazz singer, she has spent many years in France, and this Gallic sensibility pervades much of her work.
The darkest, funniest and most debauched kabarett club this side of Berlin! A Weimar-punk jazz band soundtracks a hazy night of dangerously funny kabarett, breathtaking circus and fire-breathing sideshow at its most inappropriate, provocative and hilarious best.
Is an airfare to France a bit out of the question at the moment? No worries – jazz singer Louise Blackwell is bringing France to you during Fringe. Combining the beauty of French culture and jazz music, Louise and the French Set will be playing popular music from twentieth century artists including Lucienne Boyer and […]
The Zephyr Quartet’s Between Light returns to the stage for the third time since its creation in 2014.
Mama Alto came to the Raj House foyer with an intimate show in her unique jazz-gospel style.
This musical double-bill, jointly hosted by OzAsia and Nexus Arts, brings together two outfits with the same aim: to fuse Australian jazz with Carnatic music (the indigenous sound of Southern India).
The Adelaide Jazz Club's next gig on November 9th features Andy Seymour.
And you don't have to wait long for it - the first gig starts this week.
One in a series of illustrated children's books about inspirational women. In this edition, the highs and lows of Ella Fitzgerald's life and singing career are brought into focus to inspire young girls.
Hard-core Peggy Lee fans cannot complain about repertoire choice, presentation or musical style as Brigitte Baden-Rennie performs her intelligent and entertaining homage to the great jazz/pop vocal stylist.
This gig was one of the big successes of the 2017 Fringe, selling out, and taking both the band and Rob Pippan, by surprise. Pippan has taken a punt in reprising this performance and the punt has paid off.