Fri 13 Aug 7:30pmTickets | £10, £15, £20
Snape Maltings Concert Hall
American jazz star and her new quartet
Hailey Tuck has a captivating voice that sits somewhere between Billie Holiday, Regina Spektor and Ella Fitzgerald, and a playful and witty stage presence. Her story sounds like a far-fetched film script. A teenager from Texas takes off for Paris with her college fund and fulfilling her dream of becoming a jazz singer. Soon after, she releases her debut album, ‘Junk’, on Sony, inspired by the great divas of the 1930s and 40s, and featuring songs by artists as diverse as Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney, Pulp and The Kinks.
Tonight she performs music from her album as well as songs from her new, self-produced EP, ‘Coquette’, which explores the darker side of jazz in a dreamy folk-pop sound world. She is joined by a quartet of outstanding musicians who recorded ‘Coquette’ with her.
‘The soul of a Jazz Age libertine’ - Entertainment Weekly
Update, 20 July: Additional tickets going on sale:
Following the government’s recent announcement, we are slightly increasing the capacity of August events in Snape Maltings Concert Hall, but not yet to full capacity. We will put an extra allocation of tickets on sale, but will make sure that you, or your party, have an empty seat on either side. We cannot guarantee that seats behind and in front of you will be empty.
These additional tickets for our indoor events will go on sale to Priority Bookers on Wednesday 21 July at 10am, and for General Booking on Friday 23 July at 10am.