Following show stopping performances on Later… with Jools Holland and at Glasgow Jazz Festival and Love Supreme, hotly tipped Austin born, Paris based 27-year-old singer Hailey Tuck announces her biggest London show to date at Bush Hall October 5th.
The announcement comes alongside new single ‘Say You Don’t Mind’, a cover of Colin Blunstone’s pop classic, taken from Hailey’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Junk’.
Released in April, ‘Junk’ was produced by the legendary Larry Klein and has captured hearts and minds across the music press, with The Evening Standard, Sunday Times Culture and Daily Mail all explicit in their praise, while Uncut called it an ‘exquisite debut’. The album also topped both the iTunes and Amazon jazz charts.
The album sees Hailey joyously rip up the rulebooks turning jazz on its head by putting her own spin on songs by artists as diverse as Leonard Cohen (That Don’t Make It Junk), Ray Davies (Alcohol), Paul McCartney (Junk) and Pulp (Underwear). Classics from Cabaret and Leonard Bernstein rub shoulders with brand new songs. All are totally and literally addictive.
Hailey plays the Snape Proms in August before she headlines her biggest London show in October with tickets on sale for Bush Hall 9am Friday 13th July from gigst.rs/HTk
Thurs 23rd August SUFFOLK, Snape Proms
Fri 5th October LONDON, Bush Hall