FEVER: Jo Harrop sings Peggy Lee
Thursday 9th May 7.30pm
FEVER: Jo Harrop sings Peggy Lee. Duke Ellington called sultry songstress Peggy Lee ‘The Queen’. One of the great figures of Jazz, her career spanned six decades. In this narrated show, created by pianist Alex Webb, Jo Harrop – described by ‘Bebop Spoken Here’ as a ‘…singing sensation…her voice is amazing – think Islay whisky, dark porter wine…this lissom lady is a class act’ – interprets the songs Peggy Lee made her own.
• Jo Harrop – Vocals
• Alex Webb – Piano
• Neville Malcolm – Bass
• Peter Hill – Drums
With Special Guest:
• Tony Kofi – Alto Saxophone
This concert is part of Lincolnshire Jazz Week.
T: £14 C: £12 U18/S: £7.50
Jazzpac: £12 Jazzpac Concession: £10