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Sadie Roach feat. Cameron Barnett

Time: 7.30pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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Sadie Roach and Cameron Barnett will be playing their modern twist on timeless classics as well as a range of tunes from a large repertoire of Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley, Bessie Smith to Nina Simone.

Sadie Roach is a 19 year old student in her second year studying Jazz Piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She released her first EP, 'Hooked on Love' in 2016, and it was soon played on BBC Radio 2 by Paul Jones. She has been playing piano and singing since the age of four and since then has completely immersed herself in the tradition of 'old school' soul, jazz, rhythm and blues with the help of her father, US bluesman, Michael Roach. She has performed at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival three years in a row, and in November will be performing with her father in the 'Blues Alive' blues festival in the Netherlands.

Cameron Barnett has been intensively studying jazz double bass for 3 Years with the best support, at Guildhall and Alton college studying under Laura Jurd. He has played in SYJO with Jean Toussaint, playing John Coltrane, and most notably with Lianne Carroll, on her seaside album with John Surman. Cameron has also played for a number of musicals 'Top Hat', and has played with Tim MacArthur on his caberet.

"19 year old piano vocalist Sadie is the daughter of US blue legend Michael Roach who produced her first EP, recorded in Gloucestershire. Her modern take on soul, jazz, rhythm and blues will be a great warm up to get you in the mood for the Cheltenham Jazz Festival."
Listed No.1 recommendation in Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2017 by Lewis Loves

"A wonderfully talented young woman, daughter of US bluesman Michael Roach, pianist and vocalist Sadie studied at the Duke Ellington School for the Arts in Washington DC for the last few years, before relocating to UK... Sadie is a beautiful pianist and singer; so much depth and soul in someone so young."
Bassist Wayne Elliott