This fantastic "Groove" Project features the band of guitarist Bobby Quigley (co-leader of the Carl Hudson Groove Nights), a formidable young musician who includes work with the likes of Pete Ray Biggin, Imaani and Katie Leone on an impressive CV. He will be Joined By the Incredible Joy Rose. A breathtaking singer Joy’s remarkable vocal talents have been making serious waves for some years amongst those who really know. The music will be an infectious blend of Groove and Jazz Feat Joy's original Material.
Joy Rose - Vocals - Website
Bobby Quigley - Guitar (Co-leader of Carl Hudon Groove Nights)
Carl Hudson - Piano
Neville Malcolm - Bass Guitar
Alex Torjussen - Drums (James Morrison, Will Young, Rumer)
Joy Rose's remarkable vocal talents have been surfing the waves of the music industry for a number of years. Moving to London from Birmingham at the tender age of 16, Joy’s talent was immediately spotted by record producer Rod Gammon who recorded her first single “Gimme the Funk” for Savage Records. In 1990 Joy became the lead singer for the group Mocca Soul and was the featured singer on the album Persistence of Memory. In 1991 along with Perception Joy signed her first major recording deal with Talkin Loud Records. The label released a series of singles 'Feed the Feeling', 'Guilty’ 'Take U Higher’ and ‘Serious Love’. Joy then went on to record 2 albums with renowned jazz pianist Jason Rebello Make It Real and Last Dance.
"When Joy Rose joined Sting for a duet she sang with such power and conviction that one could wonder why she did not sing on Sting’s album instead of Mary J Blige. She knocked the audience dead and got a standing ovation"
Latecomers will not be guaranteed seating. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We operate a Check-21. If you are lucky enough to appear younger than 21 you may be asked for photographic ID.
Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club, Kennington
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