Authentic Vintage Vocalist
Janice Day studied music at Birmingham University and after a successful career as a Repertory Singer (singing the repertoire of the Dance bands of the 1920s and 30s) developed a 1930s musical character comedy act and one-woman show.
She is a commissioned screenwriter, author and award-winning stand-up comedian. Original lead singer of both the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra and Keith Nichols' Cotton Club Orchestra she has performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, the Purcell Room, the Wigmore Hall for Radio Three, Proms in the Park, Cadogan Hall; and at jazz clubs and festivals in Europe and South East Asia.
Welcome to my website. I’m a classic-jazz & swing vocalist specialising in the popular and dance band tunes of the 1920s and 30s. I sing in jazz clubs, theatres, cabaret venues, private parties and at festivals and can provide combinations with top quality musicians from solo to 22 piece orchestras. Please contact me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I also write books, articles and screenplays, but that’s another story, which you can investigate at my writing website if you click here...
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“Absolutely superb!” Stephen Fry
"She has captured an era, but not under glass." Daily Telegraph