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Hetty Kate

"Charismatic and technically gifted" (All About Jazz, USA) jazz vocalist Hetty Kate has "a stage presence only matched by the clarity of her voice.." (James Morrison, AU). Raised in both England and Australia, and now living in France, Hetty has released nine albums and graced stages large and small from New Zealand to New York. "Hetty's truly one of the best swing-style vocalists (I’m talking 1940, Benny Goodman style 4/4 swing) on the current scene..” Will Friedwald : Jazz Critic & Author (USA) A genuine entertainer, Hetty really swings; and her natural musicality, pitch and vocal purity ensure her voice is instantly recognisable

Under Paris Skies

Label: Lisez l'Etiquette Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Azure-Te (Paris Blues); On The Street Where You Live; Once Upon A Summertime; Get Out Of Town; If You Could See Me Now; Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup; Under Paris Skies; La Belle Vie; After You've Gone; Tout Doucement; Down With Love; A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square;

Comes Love

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Comes Love #1; Love For Sale #2; Trav'lin' Light #3; Robbin's Nest #4; My Little Boat #5; Just You, Just Me #6; No Moon At All #7;

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Comes Love

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
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Dim All The Lights

Label: ABC Jazz
Released: 2014

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Hetty Kate: Kissing Bug

Read "Kissing Bug" reviewed by Edward Blanco

British-born, Australian-based vocalist Hetty Kate leads three bands in Melbourne, recording several albums of western swing and lounge-style music. Kissing Bug is her first foray into jazz, showcasing standards from some of her favorite composers, like Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Johnny Richards and Billy Strayhorn. With only five tracks, the effort qualifies as an EP, serving ...

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The Twenty 20s: Uh! Oh!

Read "Uh! Oh!" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Are these people nuts? That could be the question when the title tune to the The Twenty 20's Uh! Oh! begins to spin. It sounds like surf guitar legend Dick Dale found a cheeky--but really good--girl singer influenced by Alvin and the Chipmunks, then recruited Phil Spector to produce--on a lower budget than the famed producer ...


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