Emily Saunders with Angie Brown

LONDON The Exchange
The Exchange 75 London Road
Twickenham
TW1 1BE

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Latin-infused grooves, infectious melodies and hints of drum& bass combine with a vocal prowess and captivating presence for an impeccable performance.

Evening Standard★★★★ The Independent★★★★ The Guardian★★★★ The Arts Desk★★★★

Renowned singer & broadcaster Emily Saunders (Absolutely brilliant Jamie Cullum BBC Radio 2) brings together her band of top flight musicians, with house-music star Angie Brown, and support from emerging talent Marcus Joseph. This promises to be a memorable evening of genre defying music reflecting the resurgent UK nu-wave jazz scene.

Internationally renowned and critically acclaimed vocalist Emily Saunders leads an exceptional band through her original repertoire of songs reflecting on society, the fragility of people and the strength of connectivity. Latin-infused grooves, infectious melodies and hints of drum ‘n' bass combine with a vocal prowess and captivating presence for an impeccable performance.

Emily has received multiple 4 star reviews including the Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Independent and her music broadcasts nationally on BBC Radio1, 2, 3, 4, 6 & XFM, JazzFM (playlisted) plus on radio stations around the world including USA, Japan, Australia, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Abu Dhabi, México. It has also achieved international iTunes & Amazon charts inc ‘Top 10' in UK, USA, Germany, Indonesia, France.

  • ‘ Absolutely brilliant ’
    (Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2)
  • ‘ Next big thing. ★★★★ ’
    (Evening Standard)
  • ‘ Fast rising Brit Jazz Talent ’
    (Metro)
  • ‘ Musicality, poise and ingenuity – Saunders is the real deal. ★★★★ ’
    (The Guardian)
  • ‘ A sound world both unified and unique - highly impressive. ★★★★ ’
    (The Arts Desk)
  • ‘ One for the jazz dance clubs ’
    (Gilles Peterson, BBC Radio 6)
  • ‘ Jazz album of the year so far. ★★★★ ’
    (The Independent)
  • ‘ The outrageously good Emily Saunders. An extraordinary talent. ’
    (JazzFM)

Like me, Emily is a huge fan of Brazilian music. She combines these influences with her own poetic lyrics sung in her truly unique style.

(Nigel Williams at Jazz FM)