Linley Weir Mother’s Day Special

featuring Linley Weir, Nadine Assam and Anna Clarke

PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)

We are delighted to present a very special Mother’s Day special featuring three extremely exciting and talented vocalists - Linley Weir, Nadine Assam and Anna Clarke. Those three amazing jazz singers, are great interpreters, and brings heir own distinct styles to each song they sing.

 

 

 

 

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£17.00

“With the mammoth success of English firebrand Adele, the door is now wide open for British female Jazz singers with soul power in their vocals. Originating from England, this Surrey jazz singer (Linley Weir) certainly has the singing chops to fill the void in market.”

JazzTimes

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Jazz singer Linley Weir has built a reputation on the London jazz scene having performed at leading venues : including  The Pheasantry, 606 Club, The National Theatre and the Marlborough Jazz Festival as well as performing live on Jazz FM Radio. She has supported Soul Legend Omar MBE and Chart-Topping Jazz-Funk Band Shakatak. Her stunning vocal and distinctive sound have thrilled Jazz audiences in Tokyo, Dubai and China.

Linley’s signature contralto voice is sensitive – authentic – soulful – smoky and original. When Linley performs she is in her element, singing soul-inspired, modern jazz, that is not constrained by traditional genre boundaries. She is bold and brassy, soft and sassy, hip and husky, Linley’s voice navigates through a range of styles. She is at the centre of this melange, as composer, arranger and conveyor. 

Nadine Assam is a young, vibrant new addition to the young London Jazz scene, currently studying Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. Along with her studies, she also sings in the vocal ensembles at NYJO academy, along with the Big Band at university. A passionate spark, Nadine blends her love of both Jazz and Latin music into her performance.’  

Anna Clarke cut her jazz teeth performing professionally at numerous concerts, and events with the female vocal group Lyrica. She now sings with two West London-based groups: the Addison Singers Jazz Ensemble and South of Broadway, West London’s premier jazz vocal harmony group.