Monday24.January.22

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7.00pm

Frank by Frankie - A Tribute to Amy Winehouse

Monday 24 January 7.00pm

Fringe World Festival show – tickets HERE

In 2003, a 19-year-old songbird from North London released her debut album. To her, it was a memento of personal revelations of love & life combined with a celebration of jazz & soul music. Amy Winehouse was & always will be a powerful force of nature, who transformed the face of music. Her divine, completely unique vocal style & lyricism of a brutally honest, barb-tongued, poetic nature transcended her years. Frank was titled as an homage to Amy’s idol, Frank Sinatra & embraces her heavy jazz roots alongside a fusion of jazz & soul music.

Using organic phrasing, improvisation & a raw contralto tone, Amy made groundbreaking music history that went on to sell over a million copies, win an Ivor Novello Award & receive a triple-platinum certification by the British Phonographic Industry.

Presented by:
Francesca Quinlivan

Francesca Quinlivan (Frankie), at 23 years of age is an up-and-coming Jazz vocalist who has eagerly studied at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Frankie has dazzled audience members on stage for many years, including a sold-out season at the 2021 Fringe World Festival. From performing with artists such as Russell Holmes, Chris Foster, Sarah Ramsey, Kate Pass, and Dr. Nick Abbey, Frankie has acquired an exceptional array of experience and talent and takes influence from the vocal styles of Anita O’Day, Nancy Wilson, Sarah Vaughan, Karen Carpenter and of course The Great Amy Winehouse.

Fringe World Festival show – tickets HERE

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