The Dorset Vintage Vocalist - Vintage Singer & 1940's Wartime Vocalist

Looking for a vintage singer in Dorset? This fantastic singer is a vintage style jazz and swing vocalist who has been performing on the vintage scene since 2008.

She specialises in music from the 1920s up to the 1960s made famous by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Holiday, Etta James and Nina Simone to name a few.

Whether you are looking for a 1940’s Wartime sing-a-long, an evening of classic standard’s or cheeky night of titillating and tease, she is your gal!

Her large repertoire of songs includes music from the golden era of Jazz & Blues (Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Etta James) to the classic Wartime Sweethearts like Vera Lynn, Anne Shelton & Gracie Fields plus a few cheeky musical theatre favourites!

She is a regular performer in Normandy, France and visits every June to sing to our wonderful Veterans and their families. 

As a soloist and in one of her bands she has performed at:

  • The Goodwood Revival
  • Goodwood Hotel (on a regular basis during the Revival and throughout the Christmas period)
  • Buckingham Palace for the Queens Corination Festival
  • The Derry Jazz Festival
  • Maple Durham 40s Weekender
  • The Retro Festival
  • The Southbourne Shake & Stir Festival
  • Poole Goes Vintage 
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The Dorset Vintage Vocalist - Vintage Singer & 1940's Wartime Vocalist Repertoire

  • All I Could Do Was Cry (Etta James)
  • All Of Me (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Almost Like Being In Love (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked (Postmodern Jukebox)
  • As Time Goes By (Anne Murray)
  • At Last (Etta James)
  • Big Bad Handsome Man (Imelda May)
  • Big Spender (Shirley Bassey)
  • Blue Moon (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Blue Skies (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • The Boy Next Door/You Made Me Love You (Judy Garland)
  • Chatanooga Choo Choo (Glen Miller)
  • Cheek To Cheek (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Coming In On A Wing & A Prayer (Ann Shelton)
  • Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (Natalie Cole)
  • Every Time We Say Goodbye (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Fever (Peggy Lee)
  • Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good To You (King Cole Trio)
  • Get Happy (Judy Garland)
  • Good Rockin Daddy (Etta James)
  • Hallelujah I Love Him so (Ray Charles)
  • I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Peggy Lee)
  • I Got A Man/Woman (Ray Charles)
  • I Got Rhythm (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • I Just Wanna Make Love To You (Etta James)
  • I Yi Yi Yi (Like You Very Much) (Carmen Miranda)
  • I’ll Be Seeing You (Vera Lynn)
  • I Wanna Be Like You (Jungle Book)
  • I Wanna Be Loved By You (Marilyn Monroe)
  • Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t Ma Baby (Renee Olstead)
  • It’s A Lovely Day Today  (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • It’s Only A Papermoon (Natalie Cole)
  • I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl (Nina Simone)
  • Jerusalem (hymn)
  • Jump Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)
  • Land Of Hope & Glory (Vera Lynn)
  • La Vie En Rose (Louis Armstrong)
  • Le Jazz Hot (Victor Victoria)
  • Let The Good Times Roll (Ray Charles)
  • Let There Be Love (Nat King Cole)
  • Love Yourself (Postmodern Jukebox)
  • Minnie The Moocher (Cab Calloway)
  • My Baby Just Cares For Me (Nina Simone)
  • My Funny Valentine (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • A Nightingale Sang In Berkerly Square (Vera Lynn)
  • Non Je Ne Regrette Rien (Edith Piaf)
  • On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Our Love Is Here To Stay (Natalie Cole)
  • Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps (Doris Day)
  • Puttin’ On The Ritz (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • Proud Mary (Tina Turner)
  • Que Sera Sera – Doris Day
  • Robot Man (Connie Francis)
  • Rock A Bye Your Baby (Judy Garland)
  • Shake A Tail Feather (Ray Charles)
  • Straighten Up & Fly Right (Natalie Cole)
  • Teach Me Tonight (Amy Winehouse)
  • That’s Life (Frank Sinatra)
  • Them There Eyes (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • There’ll Always Be An England (Vera Lynn)
  • They All Laughed (Ella Fitzgerald)
  • This Can’t Be Love (Ella Fitagerald)
  • This Is The Army Mr Jones (Vera Lynn)
  • Trouble (Elvis)
  • The Lady Is A Tramp (Shirley Bassey)
  • Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers) 
  • Wartime Medley (Bless ‘em all, Siegfried Line, Kiss Me Goodnight S.Major)
  • We’ll Meet Again (Vera Lynn)
  • The White Cliff of Dover (Vera Lynn)
  • When The Lights Go On Again (Vera Lynn)
  • Why Don’t You Do Right (Peggy Lee)
  • You’ll Never Know (Anne Shelton)

The Dorset Vintage Vocalist - Vintage Singer & 1940's Wartime Vocalist Feedback

She was fantastic and received fabulous feedback from guests and set exactly the right tone we were looking for. We'd love to book her again or future events!

Cat Birch, (February, 2019)

She was a warm and instinctive singer with a wide vocal range and pleasant stage presence. She held her audience in the palm of her hand. Highly commended.

Ian Joseph, Carlton Hotel, Bournemouth (2017)

I've had the pleasure of booking her regularly throughout the past eight years to perform at my shows and she is a firm favourite with my audiences, requesting her time and time again. Always a professional on and off stage, she has wonderful stage presence, always looks immaculately dressed, is highly entertaining and has a voice so beautiful it sends tingles down your spine... She is spellbinding! I could not recommend her highly enough.

Victoria Hardie (Show Promotor), (2017)

She is the ultimate Vintage act. With a huge repertoire, her talent and experience, will ensure she delivers a show that is appropriate to any event. As a true lifestyler, her professional approach ensures a classy, authentic act. You won't be disappointed....

Heather Martyn, (2016)

The Dorset Vintage Vocalist - Vintage Singer & 1940's Wartime Vocalist Set Up

She has PLI, has her own PA & lights which are PAT tested and can travel anywhere in the UK.

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