A VOCAL EXTRAVAGANZA - Join us for a night of Soul, Jazz and more at Hideaway.
A Night of Amazing Musical Energy.A Jazz, Soul and R&B Extravaganza. A Feast for Music Lovers.
*PLEASE NOTE: The Saturday night ticket price includes entry to Hideaway's late music session, which follows the live show!*
Tammy Weiss - Vocals
Janette Mason - Keys
Gina Foster - Vocals
Simon Little - Bass
Full band lineup to be announced.
Tammy is a Canadian singer, now resident in London, who has been performing to great acclaim in her native Vancouver. She sings a mix of classic jazz standards and beautifully crafted originals which she performs with a wonderful sense of melody and swing. Her Debut album, 'Legacy', was Internationally received and led to appearances on National and International TV and Radio as well as gigs at both the Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver Jazz Festivals and venues throughout Europe.
Gina Foster has been a solo artist and a noted part of the UK session scene for many years. Working in several different styles, she has had the pleasure of being employed by the likes of Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Annie Lennox, Bill Wyman, Natalie Cole, ABC, Swing Out Sister, Sinead O'Connor, Alison Moyet, Michael McDonald and Pete Townshend. She is currently working on a repertoire for The Foster Beachill Project, a collaboration with trombone player Pete Beachill, as well as a solo album.
Janette Mason - Musical Director & Piano
Even if you’ve never been to this exceptional pianist’s gigs, you’ll have heard her special touch time and again - on many albums from Ian Shaw to Robert Wyatt, live in concert with Oasis and Jimmy Somerville as well as her numerous contributions for television and soundtracks for the movies.
Janette Mason is a talented composer and arranger. She was recently commissioned to write the score for feature film, The Calling, starring Susannah York and Brenda Blethyn, contributed four arrangements to Ian Shaw’s album, Drawn to all Things, and produced and arranged Lea DeLaria’s current Warner Brothers release, The Live Smoke Sessions, which made the Grammy ballot.
As a Jazz musician, she has been a seminal figure on the British Jazz scene for the last fifteen years, sharing the stage with Mornington Lockett, Julian Siegel and many more.
Simon Little - Bass
Born in London, Simon started learning the double bass at school in Dorset with Barry Glynn. He went on to study at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London [masked]) receiving tuition from Kevin Rundell, Jeff Clyne and Steve Watts. He first picked up an electric bass aged 15 and has never looked back. Equally at home on upright or electric basses both live and in the studio, Simon soon became one of the busiest session bassists in the UK.
Perhaps best known as the bassist with The Divine Comedy and Duke Special, he also tours regularly with Clare Teal and Maggie Reilly. As a jazz bass player he plays with Lea DeLaria, Ian Shaw, and Nina Ferro. Simon has also played and recorded with Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, A Girl Called Eddy, Chris Difford, Jamie Cullum, Liane Carroll, Beth Rowley, Ben Folds, Norma Winstone, Claire Martin, Pee Wee Ellis, Boo Hewerdine, Polly Gibbons, Newton Faulkner and The Ronnie Scott’s All-Star.
Tickets are £15 each and I have booked the restaurant area, when booking your ticket in comments book to be with the Delaney party to make sure we are all seated together. Tickets can booked at: