RUSSELL TAY TRIO: PLAYS OSCAR PETERSON, RALEIGH WILLIAMS SINGS DUSTY SPRINGFIELD, WE MAY NEVER MEET AGAIN:THE MUSIC OF AMY WINEHOUSE FT. ELLY POLETTI, MICHAELA JAYDE CELEBRATES OLD SCHOOL SOUL

When

6:00 pmFriday, 6 August

Where

Paris Cat

6 Goldie Place Melbourne

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After a five-year hiatus, Movement 9 and Elly Poletti reunite for the return of their much-loved show WE MAY NEVER MEET AGAIN: THE MUSIC OF AMY WINEHOUSE. Featuring the soul-drenched voice of Elly Poletti backed by an electrifying lineup of horns and rhythm section, this project returns to its original home, Paris Cat Jazz Club, where it enjoyed a run of 20 sold-out performances throughout 2014-2016.

WE MAY NEVER MEET AGAIN pays tribute to Amy Winehouse's lifelong love of jazz, transporting her music from the radio to the the smoky clubs where her idols used to play. Hear Winehouse’s most powerful songs in a new light with unique arrangements by musical director Joe McEvilly which “explore, reimagine, and create a different nuance to Amy Winehouse's songs… incredibly well” (Canberra Times)

Featuring songs including: Back to Black, Valerie,What Is It About Men, You Know I’m No Good, Tears Dry On Their Own, In My Bed, Rehab, and many more.

“Halfway through the first number I start to feel the hairs on the back of my neck stand up… Absolutely brilliant.”

– Peter Spicer, Canberra Times

Elly Poletti is a multiple-Theatre Guild Award winning vocalist and performer hailing from South Gippsland, Victoria. Known for her powerhouse vocals which she matches with sensitivity and nuance, she has performed at venues from Hisense Arena to Wangaratta Jazz Festival, supported artists including Clare Bowditch and Kate Ceberano, and won awards for her appearances on the musical theatre stage.

Joe McEvilly is a Melbourne multi-instrumentalist and composer. From piano bars to the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, he has shared the stage with some of Australia’s best-loved performers and is the creative force behind many shows including We May Never Meet Again, All I Ask, Wings (**** – The Australian), and Candlelight Jazz: Aretha Franklin.

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