All 3 gig tickets for Saturday afternoon & evening, enjoy a full day of great music
2.00pm Kirsty Tattler
Introducing Kirsty Tattler, an extraordinary and sensational vocal talent from the North West. Her silky, smooth and melodic tones brings a gentle grace to her vocals giving a unique presence and personality to each song. Kirsty has been classically trained from a young age reaching Grade 8 in both Piano and Singing by the age of 17. But her forte is widely recognised in Jazz.
Her ability to capture her audience with the lyrics and breathe fresh life into the songs make Kirsty Tattler a memorable performer for all occasions.
7.00 pm Zoe Kyoti
Zoe Kyoti (The Magic Beans) plays tracks from her debut solo album Wishbone. The first full band performance of its songs, bringing together the cream of Manchester’s musical talent. “Exotic folk & jazz tinged tales of lost love, rebellion & rebirth. Seductive charm comes easily, and her ability to enchant and beguile is a given…yet…interesting for the desire to please co-exists with hints of depravity and malice and just enough dark side to exude a heady sense of danger.” (Mike Butler)
Neil has had Wishbone down as one of his favourite albums for 2018 saying Zoe is “Joni Mitchell for this century, enchanting tunes with brilliant, evocative lyrics”.
10.00 pm Ian Shaw
Ian Shaw is distinctive, creative and original; his talent and technical ability is undeniable. Noted for his flexible, adventurous vocal style, Shaw has an exceptional ability to re-interpret not only jazz standards but also rock and pop songs. Born in Wales in 1962, his career as a singer, pianist and songwriter began in the 1980s. By 1997, he had established himself as the UK’s top jazz singer and was performing regularly in the USA.
Ian Shaw has already amassed a number of highly acclaimed internationally released albums and has twice been named Best Vocalist at the BBC Jazz Awards. He has been cited, along with Mark Murphy and Kurt Elling, as one of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists.
“Praised far and wide as the greatest male jazz singer Britain has to offer” – Jazz Times
Ian has graced The Cinnamon Club many, many times so it is lovely to welcome him back to the club for JazzVoices.