Addison Jaz group showcasing their talents with a concert of songs from the 1940's

Jazz singers from Hammersmith prepare a Fulham showcase

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The Addison Jazz group will be showcasing their talents with a concert of songs from the 1940s

Love jazz? There’s a treat in store as local singers from the Addison Jazz group are preparing to showcase their talents with a concert of songs from the 1940s to today.

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More than 50 jazz fans from the group’s choir and ensemble will join forces on Saturday 3 December for an evening of fun and entertainment in St Andrew’s Church in Fulham.

Songs will include Alfie, All About That Bass, Devil May Care, Midnight Train to Georgia, Route 66 and All the Cats Join In, performed by the singers and a musical jazz trio.

Addison Jazz singer Viv Graves explained: “There will also be some interesting surprises in store from the assortment of jazzy treats, R&B, soul, ballads and pop on offer.”

December’s essential festive treats of mulled wine and mince pies will accompany the musical fiesta, which kicks off at 7.30pm at the Greyhound Road church. “We’d love to see you there,” added Viv.

Tickets cost £10 in advance (£8 concessions or £3 for under 16s) available at www.wegottickets.com or www.addison-singers.org.uk.


The Addison Singers programme for All The Cats Join In
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