- Cadogan Swing Orchestra
- Clare Teal
- Grant Windsor
- music director
One of the most perennially popular vocalists of her generation, Peggy Lee’s star shone brightly for many decades as a singer, songwriter and actress. Her famous collaborations with the biggest names in music, including Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Quincy Jones, George Shearing, Nelson Riddle and others, produced an unparalleled string of hits.
Join multi award-winning Clare Teal and the Cadogan Swing Orchestra as they celebrate Peggy Lee’s sultry and soulful musical legacy with an evening of her finest songs, including: I’m A Woman, Why Don’t You Do Right?, The Folks Who Live on the Hill, Fever!, That’s My Style, You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby and He’s A Tramp.
Clare Teal won British Jazz Singer of the Year in both 2005 and 2007, and BBC Jazz Singer of the Year 2006.
‘Wonderful. Worth raving about.’
— Sir Michael Parkinson about Clare Teal
‘Only a singer as bright and adventurous as Clare Teal could bring it off – which she does, flawlessly.’
— The Observer
‘One of the finest Jazz singers that this country is proud to call its own… [with] a voice that you cannot help but fall in love with.’
‘She has never sounded as warm or mellifluous.’