jazz club to host Angela Lount and Wayne Kelly’s “intimate evening” | Magnet

The Down South Jazz Club returns Thursday, January 20 at Club Sapphire, with “An Intimate Evening with Angela & Wayne” featuring Angela Lount on vocals and Wayne Kelly on piano.

Angela & Wayne are part of popular Canberra group Angela Lount and the Fedoras, who have become a regular group for the January concert at the Down South Jazz Club.

Singer Angela Lount brings her soul and blues vocals for a more intimate evening with Canberra piano legend Wayne Kelly.

A popular and entertaining singer, she is able to draw you to the dance floor. She was a member of the Woden Valley Youth Choir for five years and toured Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the UK with them. She then became a member of the Darkside Divas, an all-female group.

The incredible jazz pianist Wayne Kelly has been a professional musician for over 30 years. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies and a Graduate Diploma in Jazz Studies, both from ANU. Wayne has performed or recorded with many notable musicians including James Morrison, Andrew Speight, Don Burrows, and Andrew Dickeson.

He has performed extensively abroad and has also toured with many artists including Judith Durham and Don Burrows, as well as gigs at jazz festivals across Australia. Wayne performs as a solo jazz pianist as well as with his own trio and with larger ensembles. For the past several years, the Wayne Kelly trio have had a residence at the iconic cafe, Tilley’s.

This jazz night will cost $ 15 for jazz club members and $ 25 for visitors. Reservations can be made by sending an email to [email protected] or by using the form on the What’s new on the page on the DSJC website. You can also call Aileen Walsh on 02 6495 9853, or just show up in the evening and pay at the door. The Club Sapphire bistro opens at 5:30 p.m. for those wishing to have a first meal. Current COVID restrictions will apply.

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