JAZZ GIGS & EVENTS
Graham J & The Cabaret Noir at The Pheasantry, Chelsea, London.
Thursday, March 14, 2019
We have received the following press release regarding this event;
Graham J and the Cabaret Noir Live at The Pheasantry
Join Graham J and his orchestra The Cabaret Noir for what is sure to be an unforgettable nights entertainment.
Graham’s unique contralto voice and highly emotive singing have garnered him a large following internationally. Earning him many plaudits from the press. Acclaimed music journalist Larry Flick describes him as having “A gift from God” and praised him saying “You make pop music serious. You’re a real artist”. 2018 was a busy year for Graham. Highlights included performing at the Laurie Beechman Theatre on Broadway in New York City, headlining The Gay Pride Festival in Sitges and performing at Pizza Express in Holborn.
The Irishman will be releasing two new albums ‘Songs My Disco Taught Me’, a reworking of 80s pop tunes and ‘Cry’, an album of soulful jazz standards including tracks recorded live at an intimate late night show at Ocean House in Co. Cork Ireland. He will be performing selections from both these albums and a mix of original material at the Pheasantry.
March 14th - Graham J and the Cabaret Noir Live at The Pheasantry (Chelsea),
152 Kings Road, London, SW3 4UT
Ticket price: £12:00 / Doors: 7pm - Show 8:30pm
“Graham’s organic talents, however, are equally matched with his meticulously polished and truly bewitching delivery. His sound is delicately intricate and multi-dimensional, and he’s able to hit some astonishing aural heights.”
“…wouldn’t be out of place in a Lloyd-Webber blockbuster musical”
“Numbers like ‘Summertime’ found Norton riffing and flouting vocal feathers over swanky jazz arrangements”
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