The Pheasantry 10th Anniversary

Liane Carroll + Emma Hatton + Harry The Piano

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Last Show: Tuesday 12 th November 2019

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Join us at the Pheasantry in Chelsea to celebrate 10 years of incredible music and performance with a series of special shows - four nights and 12 or our very favourite acts. Tonight we host three more world class performers - singer-pianist LIANE CARROLL, West End Star EMMA HATTON, and venue favourite HARRY THE PIANO, each of whom have headlined their own sold out shows at our PizzaExpress Live venues. 

Your £35 ticket includes entry to our drinks reception on the first floor of The Pheasantry from 6pm. Dress to impress.

Liane Carroll

Liane Carroll has been a pillar of the British jazz and soul scene for over thirty-five years. 
Born in London and raised in Hastings; from the beginning of her musical career at the age of fifteen, she has dedicated her life to creating a deep and abiding connection with audiences all over the world through her exceptional talent, versatility and ability to truly interpret a song.

Along the way she has collaborated with such diverse artists as Paul McCartney, Gerry Rafferty, Long John Baldry, Ian Shaw, Claire Martin OBE and drum and bass outfit London Elektricity with whom she headlined in 2016 at Finsbury Parks Hospital in the Park festival. She appeared with them again at Glastonbury Festival 2017.

Equally at home in intimate jazz venues and vast performance spaces, in the summer of 2016 Liane took part in the BBC Late Night Proms performing at The Royal Albert Hall with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra Of Scotland.

Harry The Piano

Harry the Piano has been described as ‘One of the most gifted improvisors in the world’ by Classic FM has gained a reputation for playing in every style on demand - (‘Staggering virtuosity’ - The Sunday Times, ‘An uncanny ability’ - The Independent, ‘Virtuoso Improvising’ - The Daily Telegraph) and has accompanied almost everybody in the business from Elvis Costello to Engelbert Humperdinck, Rod Stewart to Charlotte Church and David Bowie to Rick Astley. Amazingly versatile, he has toured with the Opera Babes, played with operatic superstars Bryn Terfel, Andrea Bocelli, Clare Rutter and Willard White as well as a who’s who of British jazz musicians and keyboards on the latest Simply Red album.

Emma Hatton

From her recent International residency as guest vocalist for the world renowned Post Modern Jukebox,  her invites to perform at the world renowned Cheltenham Jazz Festivaland to support Jools Holland for selected dates on his UK tour and back to her earliest forays into jazz and blues, Emma’s impact upon the music scene is undeniable. She is also making a name for herself as a songwriter, having written and performed the title track for the film 'The Corrupted' starring Sam Claflin, Hugh Bonneville and Timothy Spall. 

Influenced and inspired by legends of song Eva Cassidy, Sarah Vaughan, Etta James, Carole King and Fleetwood Mac among many more, Emma’s origins have left her as comfortable singing blues as she is soul, jazz and country. What defines her is that she resists being defined – her versatility creating demand for Emma worldwide as a solo artist.