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Multi award-winning singer James Tormé comes back to the U.K. for a third chapter in his reinvention of the late fifties/early sixties vocal jazz era: 'Jazz On A Summer’s Evening'. More Ella. More Mel. More Chet Baker and Ray Charles. More Anita O’Day and June Christy. More of that mid-century thing they called cool jazz, brilliantly reimagined by the second-generation jazz star from Los Angeles. A bridge between tradition and revolution, the sexy-cool Tormé dives into rhythmic and melodic mash-ups with the freedom of an instrumentalist, using his ready wit to share precious bits of Hollywood folklore along the way. And like all great entertainers, he makes it all seem effortless. A PizzaExpress favourite and standing-room-only attraction wherever he goes, Tormé never disappoints.
Saturday 1 8.30PMJune
The Waters Edge, Brindley Place, Broad Street, BirminghamB1 2HL Birmingham GB
020 7439 4962
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