A lovely friendly lady, with a beautiful voice. All the family were more than happy with the booking. Thanks Hetty!
Hetty Loxston is a versatile vocalist from London. Classically trained in the UK (Trinity Laban and Lancaster University) and in Italy (Conservatorio di Bologna), she performs as the lead singer of a number of bands and as a session singer. She enjoys singing a varied repertoire of feel-good Jazz, Latin, Pop, Rock 'n' roll, Motown and Soul. Having lived in Italy for five years, Hetty is a fluent Italian speaker and she also sings in French, Spanish and Portuguese. Hetty holds a residency at the Jumeirah Hotel in Knightsbridge, Quaglino's in Mayfair and Jazzgir in Canary Wharf and has performed at some of London's most prestigious venues including: The Dorchester Hotel, Harvey Nichols, Kensington Roof Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, Wilton's Music Hall, Verdi's at the Royal Albert Hall, One Whitehall Place, the Royal Horseguards Hotel, Madison, St Pauls and received glowing reviews from a number of well-known celebrities. Hetty has also performed at celebrations at beautiful venues in Portovenere, Portofino, and Agrigento. Hetty is passionate about singing for health. She performs regularly at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, at various other Hospitals, and for Care Homes and Charities.
LATIN JAZZ Afro Blue – Mongo Santamaria / Coltrane Agua de Beber - Tom Jobim Another Star – Stevie Wonder Amado mio – Pink Martini Besame Mucho – Consuelo Velázquez Blue Bossa - Kenny Dorham Caravan - Juan Tizol and Irving Mills Corcovado - Tom Jobim Desafinado – Tom Jobim Dos Gardenias – Isolina Carrillo Estate – Bruno Martino Felicidade – Tom Jobim Girl from Ipanema - Astrud Gilberto How Insensative - Tom Jobim I found my love in Portofino – Dalida La voglia e la pazzia – Ornelia Vannoni Ladies in Mercedes –Steve Swallow Mas Que Nada – Jorge Ben Jor Night in Tunisia , A– Dizzie Gilespie No more blues/Chega de Saudade - Tom Jobim One Note Samba - Tom Jobim Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Chissa') - Osvaldo Farres Quando, quando, quando – Tony Rennis So Many Stars –Sergio Mendes So Nice - Marcos Valle Sway - Luis Demetrio and Pablo Beltran Ruiz The Waters of March – Tom Jobim Tristezza – Haroldo Lobo Una Notte a Napoli –Pink Martini Wave – Tom Jobim Whatever Lola Wants – Gwen Verdon POP : '50s -'70s Ain't no sunshine – Bill Withers Another Star – Stevie Wonder Baby love – The Supremes Come Together – The Beatles Can't take my eyes off you- Frankie Valli Dance me to the end of love – Leonard Cohen Don't worry, be happy – Bob Marley Fast Car – Tracey Chapman God only knows – The Beach Boys Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen Hey Jude – The Beatles Hotel California – The Eagles Is this love? - The Beatles Isn't she lovely – Stevie Wonder Just the two of us – Bill Withers Jolene – Dolly Parton Killing me softly – The Fugees Lean on me – Bill Withers Lets stay together – Al Green Lovely Day – Stevie Wonder Mull of Kintyre – Paul Mccartney My Cherie Amour – Stevie Wonder Natural woman – Aretha Franklin No Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones Roxanne - Sting Say a little prayer – Aretha Franklin Son of a Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield Spooky – Dusty Springfield Stand by me – Ben E King Street Life – Chaka Chan Sunny - Bobby Hebb The look of love – Dusty Springfield These boots are made for walking – Nancy Sinatra Touch me in the morning – Diana Ross Up on the roof - The Drifters Walk on by – Dionne Warwick What's going on? - Stevie Wonder Will you still love me tomorrow? - The Supremes Yesterday – The Beatles You can't hurry love – The Supremes You never can tell – Chuck Berry
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