Divas Through the Decades

with Mo Pleasure

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Last Show: Tuesday 23 rd July 2019

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Simone Kaye presents a nostalgic musical tribute of iconic female vocalists that will take you take you through the decades. Divas Through The Decades is a one woman show covering divas through the decades from the vintage era, to the 60s and 70s, right up to the current day. Singers such as Ella Fitzgerald, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Lulu, Christina Aguilera and Celine Dion are just a few of the iconic power houses that feature in the show. Simone, will be accompanied on the night by Musical Director Mo Pleasure.

Simone Kaye

Simone has spanned her 20 year career travelling around the world having sung for major artists such as George Michael, Take That, Ariana Grande, Paloma Faith and Emeli Sande.  She has performed for the Queen and the Royal Family more than once, taken to the stage at iconic venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Arena and the London O2 and sang as part of the official choir for the closing ceremony at the 2012 London Olympics.  She has also appeared as a TV Judge on the BBC1 show “All Together Now”.

She brings her BRAND NEW show to the stage with her soaring soulful vocals, outstanding stage presence and emotive song choices which will WOW any audience.  It will bring you to your feet, pull at your heart strings and leave you wanting more.  


Morris “Mo” Pleasure 

Mo began his professional career playing with Ray Charles before moving on to working with the likes of George Duke, Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan, Mary J Blige, Natalie Cole, Roberta Flack to name but a few, and he is currently Musical Director for the iconic Bette Midler.

In 1993 he became a member and the Musical Director of legendary group Earth Wind and Fire and featured (playing keyboards, trumpet and guitar) on Janet Jackson’s 2001 “all for you” tour. Mo was also approached by Michael Jackson to play keyboards in his band that was scheduled to perform in the late superstar’s 2009 comeback tour at London’s 02 Arena, which sadly never took place.