SATURDAY 25th MAY 2019 at 7.30
WONDER WOMAN - A One Act Song Cycle
By JAMIE MOORE
Some Recent Concerts and Gigs
If you would like any information about some of these gigs;
contact numbers, times, locations, booking info etc., please go to relevant sites or email me through the website and I'll let you know.
In the meantime I will try to update this page a bit more often.
Sunday, 29 April
St. Nicholas-on-Wade Church
Friday, 4 May,
Conquest House, Canterbury
Wednesday, 16 May
St. Leonard's Church, Hythe
CUBE is a chamber jazz quartet with clarinet, vibraphone, bass and guitar. Our first CD is now available.
CUBE was at the Landmark in Deal on Tuesday June 5 and at the Sarah Thorne Theatre in Broadstairs on Friday October 19.
Guitar and Organ Concerts
15 December and 6 July 2018
MAYS (Music at York Street)
York St. Methodist Church, Broadstairs
These concerts provided an opportunity to play some festive music at Christmas, and some of my original compositions pieces in a programme tat also including music by Vivaldi, Tarrega and Bach. It was a pleasure choosing the programme and performing with the remarkable Steve Ansell, the organist at Holy Trinity Ramsgate .
Full Of Grace
A collection of stories set in the 1950s and 60s about a young Canadian girl, Mary Margaret and her journey from inquisitive child to young woman - with a stopover in gawky adolescence.
(with audio CD narrated by the author)
For more information and/or a review copy of Full of Grace, contact
JAMIE MOORE and DAVE REAY share a passion for the guitar that shines through in every style they play. Whether it's Latin, swing standards, original compositions, gypsy or acoustic favourites their infectious interaction gives that little bit extra. As well as their featured acoustic work, this dynamic guitar duo switch to electric guitars for that classic, mellow jazz guitar sound often topped off with smooth vocals from Jamie.
More information, downloads and YouTube links go to my Music page
- see above for upcoming solo concerts -
Playing the Wolf with Brigitte Baden-Rennie as Granny in the Mosaic Cat Production of Who's Afraid of The Big Bad Wolf - a celebration of female songwriters.
We are looking forward to more performances of the full cabaret show and we have now developed a 'concert version' which includes ALL of the songs and some of the stories in an informal gig style presentation.