5-7 Halley Avenue – jazz 8pm SHOW Bonnie Love and Kelly Day
November 26 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
$10 on the door
‘Jazz’ has become almost a dirty word today. It elicits images of cheap suits in retirement homes playing the same old thing, or far too serious students sitting in a crowd of three people listening to ‘art music’ (noise). Halley Avenue is here to bring back some of the greatest songs ever written to a whole new audience, reimagining them in ways we can all enjoy. With a band made up of some of the best pros in town, and fronted by the formidable singer Laura Nichols and (less formidable) trumpeter Dorian Broomhall, Halley Avenue is your new destination for a great time.
Bonnie Love and Kelly Day
Bonnie Love and Kelly Day come together for a Sunday Special Soiree of soul, story, song and sass at Open Studio.
Youll be treated to an intimate evening with these two ladies singing their hearts red and serenading you blue.
Come reminisce on the last rays of spring, dine on crêpes, drink some vino and be entertained and woed by Miss Kelly Day and Bonnie Love.
This sequin clad syren songstress sings songs of soul laced with poetic metaphor and heart throbbing raw lyrics. Harnessing old time jazz, whisky drenched blues, and a broken heart, Bonnie Love Love makes music for the living
‘She has the voice of a sixties soul singer with the vocal inflections of Tom Waits and the delivery of Bob Dylan when he first picked up an electric guitar’
Kelly Day steps aside from her neo-noir band Broads to deliver an intimate narrative plucked from an overactive imagination.
“full to bursting with incandescent, beautiful, vocal power… the femme-fatale we need for the contemporary era.” (Chris Cobcroft, 4ZZZ FM)