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Fiona Lawe Davies 4 - Album Launch

Friday 08 September 7.00pm

Join Fiona Lawe Davies to celebrate the release of her second album, Imaginary Grace. The night will showcase the album and is sure to tantalise your ears and capture your heart. Fiona’s unique vocal ability is both pure and sultry, with a rhythmic lilt and intimate style. Her well-crafted stage presence and sophisticated performances are a delight to see. Accompanied by her album collaboraters, high calibre jazz musicians Chris Foster (piano), Nick Abbey (double bass) and Daniel Susnjar (drums), this inimitable quartet will take you on a unique jazz journey.
Fiona’s beguiling blend of jazz standards and original arrangements take influence from post punk to indie pop. Inspired by historically classic artists such as Julie London and Joe Williams, modern jazz icons including Shirley Horn and Madeleine Peyroux as well as contemporary performers such as Rufus Wainwright, this outstanding vocalist cannot fail to impress even the most discerning listener.
The Ellington Jazz Club presents the Fiona Lawe Davies 4, performing her new album, Imaginary Grace, on Friday 8 September at 7pm. Book today!
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