Armed with a delightful smile, a great voice and some disarming chat, Amity returns again to the Adelaide Fringe.
Charmaine Jones has put together a feast of music with many differing sections, showcasing much talent that has been nurtured and encouraged by her efforts.
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.
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.
The Adelaide Jazz Club's next gig on November 9th features Andy Seymour.
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.
Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Adelaide. At least for one night.
Miles Davis is one of the lynch-pins of jazz: he redefined the genre and brought together outstanding musicians, to play some of the seminal works of the contemporary canon.