Coronation Weekend Saturday 6th May
7:30 – 10:30
Live Jazz Evening at The Three Horseshoes,
Featuring Josephine Arthur – on Vocals, Carl Orr – on Guitar and Andy Hamill on Bass.
Josephine Arthur, – Grew up in Watford – has performed at many of London’s top Jazz Venues including Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, The 606 club, the Royal Albert Hall (Verde Restaurant), the National Portrait Gallery. She trained in Musical Theatre but moved over to Jazz after Drawing influences from Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone her bluesy performances are peppered with delightful vignettes based on more contemporary artists. Josephine has a warm, velvety voice which has been described as ‘like bathing in chocolate’.
Carl Orr, – has performed and recorded with some of the finest musicians on the planet including Billy Cobham, George Duke, Ernie Watts, Randy Brecker, Gary Husband, Bennie Maupin and Pee Wee Ellis. He has been a very frequent performer regular at London’s legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club since 2008. A prolific composer, Carl has recorded ten albums,. In 2017 he was inducted into the South Australian Music Hall Of Fame. His “Seeking Spirit” album was a runner up for Best Jazz Album in the 1991 ARIA Awards(Australia) and his song “Until” co-written with Renee Geyer, was runner up for “Best Jazz Composition” in the 1996 APRA Awards(Australia).
Originally from London, Paul has been playing electric and upright bass since the age of 14 and Graduated from Trinity College of Music in 2009. He is a regular on the London jazz scene and has toured extensively through Europe. He has performed at prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scotts with Julian Joseph, Vortex jazz club, Royal Albert Hall, many music festivals across Europe and many live sessions including BB6 music and Jazz F.M. He has also performed at the Royal Opera House featuring with world renowned dancer Carlos Acosta