Solo Jazz Singer, Salisbury, Wiltshire


Introduced to jazz by her father as an antidote to the 80's pop she grew up listening to she remembers her father's favourite saying about his beloved jazz idols fondly " they've forgotten more than those musicians you listen to have ever known!"

Louise started her musical career at the age of 5 when she started to learn to play the electronic organ. After a period of playing keyboards for various Nottingham based bands she decided that singers had far more fun, got more attention and had to carry far less equipment around so made the transition to backing and then lead singer in her early twenties.

Having been in bands covering just about every era from the 60's to the present day, Louise was keen to take on a new challenge and started to specialise in jazz, inspired by her favourite artists Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Eva Cassidy.

Having entertained audiences of up to 10,000 people as diverse as Lebanese night clubbers to music festival goers, Louise is a confident and charismatic entertainer with an engaging soulful and jazzy voice.

Louise's claims to fame include appearing on national TV and being supported by the Troggs with Dr Love and the Disco Divas, supporting the Bay City Rollers and appearing on the front cover of the Sunday Times Magazine with Abba's Angels.


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