Date(s) - 16/02/2020
11:00 am - 2:30 pm
SD Bell's Coffee House and Tea Rooms
Since training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Belfast-born, now London-based vocalist David has performed in a wide variety of settings and is equally at home singing with the RTE Concert Orchestra at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, as he is performing with his trio at Ronnie Scott's. David has sung in top venues all over the world. Described by Dave Gelly in The Guardian as "The epitome of cool". David’s vocal style has been compared to that of Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé and Chet Baker. Although his roots are firmly planted in the tradition of the classic Jazz singer, David delights in finding new ways to explore the Great American Songbook which results in a sound that is fresh, innovative and fun. David was interviewed on the Russell Davies Show on BBC Radio 2, as well as receiving airplay from Jonathan Ross, Humphrey Lyttleton, Jacqui Dankworth, Clare Martin OBE, David Jacobs, Desmond Carrington, Helen Mayhew, and Campbell Burnap. It’s a privilege to be able t host him here at SD Bell’s, where he will be supported by, (who else, but) Scott Flanigan (keys) and Linley Hamilton (trumpet).
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