Country Music royalty Beccy Cole and acclaimed jazz and cabaret performer Libby O'Donovan presented just over an hour of pure joy and entertainment in their new cabaret production, The Cowgirl and The Showgirl Ride Again.
It is just like the publicity says, it’s raucous, it’s nostalgic and it’s a loud and proud celebration of the incredibly long list of talented Australian women who have graced our pop and rock scene.
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.
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.
Sydney singer and musician, and break-out star of The Voice, Nic Jeffries is returning to The Adelaide Jazz Club after a smash hit season late last year. Performing as part of the Jazz Club’s stellar Fringe line-up, Jeffries sold out last time, and is on-track to do the same this time round.
The Adelaide Jazz Club's next gig on November 9th features Andy Seymour.
Based on the life of the notorious criminal boss Kate Leigh, O’Donovan has written a show that captures the era and examines Leigh’s rise and fall in detail.
Nathan O’Keefe was an obvious choice to play Pinocchio, with his great ability to create believable and convincing characters and, very importantly, his superb physicality.
In addition to the solid cabaret techniques and skills, Siegmann’s versatile, powerhouse voice confirms the belief that this performer is one to watch.