N21 Festival - Jazz at The Waterhouse
Fathers Day Jazz in the Waterhouse Hall, Compton Road

Tony O'Malley was a sell-out at The Waterhouse Hall on 17th June 2012

Tony O'Malley - I Can Understand It from James Waterhouse on Vimeo.

 

Before the event

Home Care Preferred is pleased to sponsor what promises to be a great night of music as part of The N21 Festival on Sunday 17th June at The Waterhouse Hall in Winchmore Hill.

The Band

This is a rare chance to see Tony O’ Malley & his band.

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Tony O’Malley is unquestionably one of the most charismatic vocalists working in the UK. A featured performer since the late 60’s, his cv is vast and includes stints with the iconic band “10CC” and his own seminal Jazz/Funk band “Kokomo”.

His brand of jazz-tinged contemporary soul and blues is really stunning, with his fabulous, smoky, velvety growl of a voice delivering original material and some covers in his inimitable style. With 7 CDs to his name, including one recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s plus a Jazz Standards album, Tony has established himself as one of the most original and powerful performers on the scene today.

An established artist throughout Europe Tony’s fan base extends from the likes of Belgium and Holland to Georgia in the East and beyond. Not surprisingly his regular band features some of the finest “Groove” musicians around including guitarists Neil Hubbard (Kokomo) and Adam Phillips (Hamish Stuart, Tina Turner) and drummer Ash Soan (Will Young, Robbie Williams).

If you like contemporary R&B vocals with a touch of Jazz in the Blues Brothers style, then this is definitely for you.

“..the velvet gravel throated O’Malley is one of the UK’s most undersung vocal performers...the songs drenched in the deep soulful spirit that characterises everything he touches…one of the UK’s hottest properties” Jazzwise magazine

Tickets

Tickets are just £7.00 and can be booked by contacting Ken Waterhouse.
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The Night

Doors open at 7.30pm and the band start at 8pm.

The band will perform two forty minute sets with a 20 minute break in between.

A bar selling beer, wines, soft drinks, nuts, crisps and olives will be open from 7.30pm until 10pm

The Line-up

TONY O'MALLEY - Vocals & piano
NEIL HUBBARD - Guitar
ADAM PHILLIPS - Guitar
MEL COLLINS - Sax
STEVE PEARCE - Bass
ANDY TREACEY - Drums
 

All profits from the event will be donated to The N21 Festival Charities.