The Down South Jazz Club is delighted to present Queen Tide at Club Sapphire on Thursday, February 18.
Queen Tide features six local girls – Colleen Spillane, Stacey Mills and Mandy Siegel on vocals, with Cindy Dibley on piano, Robyn Martin on bass and Di Marshall on drums.
Colleen Spillane is very well known, both in the area and to the Down South Jazz Club. She studied singing at The Australian Institute of Music and UWS where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music.
Since moving to Pambula, Colleen has become a successful jazz performer, singing with musicians at the Merimbula Jazz Festival, Down South Jazz Club and various venues throughout the south coast. Colleen draws audiences in with her rich velvety voice and stunning tone. She moves effortlessly from jazz to pop, blues and gospel.
Stacey Mills is a vocalist whose versatility has seen her perform in a wide variety of local groups in styles that include: folk, blues, rock, jazz and a cappella. Her sultry and bluesy tones will lift your spirits and leave you wanting more.
Mandy Siegel is a singer, composer and educator who has been delighting audiences with her soulful singing for more than 25 years. She has performed her original music both nationally and internationally, spending numerous years in jazz, soul, cabaret and funk styles. Having moved to Merimbula three years ago, Mandy is enjoying playing with the myriad of amazing local musicians.
Cindy Dibley is an accomplished pianist who studied at the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney. She has been a secondary school music teacher for 22 years and is currently teaching music at Lumen Christi Catholic College where she conducts the school musicals.
Robyn Martin studied music at Southern Cross University. She has toured internationally in France, Germany and the UK alongside successful artists The Waifs, Kasey Chambers and Lior. Robyn is well known and loved for her exquisite voice and prolific bass playing. Robyn is currently teaching music at Eden High School.
Di Marshall has been playing drums for over 30 years. She has taught drums and percussion both privately and at various schools in Melbourne. Di has performed in rock and funk groups as well as entertaining audiences in the comedy scene.
These girls have a lot of fun together and a great night is assured.
Music will commence at 7.30pm at Club Sapphire on Thursday, February 18.
Cost is $15 for jazz club members and $20 for visitors. Table bookings can be made with Aileen/Kevin Walsh on 6495 9853 or will be available on the night at the door.
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