Named by Jazz UK Magazine's Brian Blain as the Best Live Vocal Jazz Gig in the last 15 years, singer Sarah Moule has established a rapidly growing reputation as one of Britain's most exciting jazz vocal talents. She has received standing ovations and been described as 'compelling', 'empowering' and 'highly original'.
Jazz FM Radio says that ‘something of the spirit of Peggy Lee seems to come over her. It’s slightly spooky...but in a very good way’.
She was also featured vocalist with the John Wilson Orchestra throughout the 1990s, performing extensively with them including a concert for Her Majesty the Queen at the Royal College Of Music and recording their eponymous debut CD, 'This Is The John Wilson Orchestra'.
In 2005 Sarah made her broadcasting debut with the BBC Concert Orchestra for BBC Radio 2's 'Friday Night Is Music Night', performing orchestral arrangements of songs from 'Something's
Gotta Give'. Her television credits include The Paul O'Grady Show, Lenny Henry in Pieces and The Ben Elton Show.
In September 2011 Sarah made her Ronnie Scott's Club debut as a featured artist with LADIES SING THE BLUES and premiered her FEMMES FATALES show at The Pheasantry in King's Road. Shows include : 'A Portrait of Peggy Lee’ “When Peggy met Ella , A Night out with Fran Landesman.
Sarah is available for bookings as a solo artiste and also with her trio / quartet, featuring Meredith White ( piano ) and Julie Walkington ( bass)
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