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Suzanne Noble
& George Webster

 ‘Dirty’ Blues & Jazz

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Putting the dirty back into the blues.

Fun, lively, with more than a touch of sexual innuendo, George and I are guaranteed to spice up any event.

We perform dirty blues from the likes of Bessie Smith, Ethel Waters, Alberta Hunter & more. Our repertoire includes tunes like King Size Papa, Long Slidin’ Thing, If I Can’t Sell it (I’ll Keep Sitting on it). Let us share with you a piece of underground musical history that was incredibly popular in the 20s and 30s and has not seen the light of day since!

Hire Us For

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Hen Parties

Let us spice up your special day with a selection of witty & sexy songs! Our broad musical selection will make this a night you’ll never forget!

Pubs & Clubs

Introduce your customers to the best of bawdy jazz songs like King Size Papa, Let’s Get Drunk & Truck, Sam the Hot Dog Man and many more.

Private Parties

We are available to perform at private events. We have an extensive repertoire of songs from the 1920s, 30s & 40s including jazz standards.

My Voice. Lost & Found.

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Some things you just take for granted. Me being able to sing was one. When I was young I was one of those kids that used to get up and sing in front of my parents’ friends to entertain them. When I was in High School I was chosen to be part of an exclusive group of singers to perform madrigals. For a couple of years, a dozen of us would go ‘on tour’ to Spain or Germany to perform in secondary schools in front of kids our own age. I loved singing those medieval songs almost as much as the mischief I made on those school trips.

Returning to performing in my fifties has been a revelation and I’m loving every minute of it and of rediscovering the jazz songs from my youth and the bawdy blues from the likes of Bessie Smith and Lil Johnson, amongst others. That’s the thing about getting older. It’s about acceptance and celebrating that transition. I won’t lie. It’s been hard getting used to not being able to sing like I used to, but hey – I can still make a room go quiet. And I have a new voice. That is something to relish.