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Vintage Ruby is a professional Jazz, Blues, Swing, Rock 'n' Roll & Pop singer, with songs from the 1920s to the present day.
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‘What a beautiful voice!’ Boy George (listening to Ruby singing at Leicester Square Station) ‘Ruby was absolutely fantastic at our wedding reception. She has a very unique and beautiful voice and is every ounce the professional. I cannot recommend her enough!’ Jade Vlada (Wedding, Hilton Cobham, Cobham, Surrey) Clients/Venues include: 5 star Hotels in London, The Berkeley (Knightsbridge, London) The Ampersand Hotel (Kensington, London), St Ermin’s Hotel (Westminster, London) The Fox Club (Mayfair, London) The Concorde Club, (Jazz club, Southampton.) Vintage Ruby is a professional Jazz, Blues & Swing singer based in Folkestone, who regularly travels to London and all over the UK and beyond to sing for her clients. Her repertoire covers songs from the 1920s to the present day. Ruby has a beautifully soft jazz voice, reminiscent of the classic jazz and blues singers of the 1930s and 1940s. She can turn her hand to any vintage themed event, from 1920s Gatsby, 1930s and 1940s Jazz and sing-a-long songs, 1950s Rat Pack and Rock ’n’ Roll to 1960s Pop and Rock songs. Jazz standards like 'Fever' and Cole Porter's 'Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love' are mixed with popular songs like Amy Winehouse’s 'Valerie' and Caro Emerald's 'That Man'. She also has a good selection of music from most genres including: Jazz, Blues, Swing, Rock 'n' Roll, Pop, Motown, Soul, Country, Folk, Disco and Indie from the 1920s right up to the present day. Perfect for vintage style weddings with songs for all ages! Ruby can also sing modern songs with a jazzy twist such as songs from the fabulous Postmodern Jukebox band. Ruby sings at mainly private and corporate events and has sung at awards galas, weddings, on boats, at festivals, fashion shows and a vast array of vintage themed events such as vintage tea parties, Remembrance Day, Great Gatsby and Rock ‘n’ Roll themed events. With a degree in Theatre from Dartington College of Arts, Ruby moved from Devon to London and embarked on a singing career. Music had always been her first passion, so she had private singing lessons with Nikki Lambourn (professional rock singer and singing coach to professional singers including Lana Del Ray and Beverley Knight). She then went on to study Jazz, Blues, Gospel and classical singing at Goldsmiths College in London. Whilst at Goldsmiths she also had private singing lessons from professional vocal coach Mike King (choir leader and music director who has worked with Mark Ronson and Florence & The Machine). She started singing professionally in 2006 after passing auditions for the Covent Garden and London Underground busking licences. Ruby developed many stage skills and interaction with her ‘audience’ of tourists and commuters. It was there over the years that many people including famous faces passed by and helped give her the encouragement that she was on the right path. This included the singer Boy George who passed by at Leicester Square station saying to her ‘What a beautiful voice!’. Ruby has the songs and wardrobe fit for any vintage themed event, from the 1920's onwards. She looks forward to making your event a very special day.

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I can perform outdoors
I can perform with backing tracks
My equipment is PAT tested
I own a PA system
Encore awards
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Booked for 25 Encore gigs!
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Genres:
Jazz, Blues, Cabaret, Postmodern jukebox jazz, Swing, Modern jazz, Easy listening, Pop, Disco, Soul, Top 40, Motown, R&B, Vintage, Covers, Rock 'n' Roll, Pop rock, Rock, Christmas, 1920s era music, 1930s era music, 1940s era music, 1950s era music, 1960s era music, 1970s era music, 1980s era music, 1990s era music, Film / TV music, Musical theatre
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Hotel / Restaurant event, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Song list

I have songs from the 1920s to the present day, which are listed below under different decades and I can also sing for themed events such as Great Gatsby, 1940s wartime/jazz events, 1950s rock 'n' roll, Motown, James Bond etc. I've listed ideas of different themes first then a list of all the songs under different decades:
Gatsby Party/1920s Party/Peaky Blinders Party
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (1929)
All That Jazz (Chicago)
Bad Guys (Bugsy Malone)
Bugle Call Rag (1923)
Bye Bye Blackbird (1926)
Cabaret (Cabaret)
Call Me Maybe (Postmodern Jukebox)
Careless Whisper (Postmodern Jukebox)
Cheek To Cheek (1935)
Dinah (1925)
Honey Pie
I Get A Kick Out Of You (Anything Goes)
It Had To Be You (1924)
Just One of Those Things (1935)
Keep Young & Beautiful
Material Girl (Postmodern Jukebox)
Me and My Gal (Guys and Dolls)
Mississippi Mud (1927)
Put A Lid On It (Squirrel Nut Zippers, 2016)
Puttin’ On The Ritz (1927)
Red Right Hand
Someone To Watch Over Me (1926)
‘S Wonderful (1927)
This Little Light of Mine (1920)
Umbrella (Postmodern Jukebox)
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1929)
When The Saints Go Marching In (1923)
When You’re Smiling (1929)
When You’re Good To Mama (Chicago)
Why Don’t You Do Right
Wiggle (Postmodern Jukebox)
Jazz & Blues Standards:
Begin The Beguine (1935)
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (The Andrews Sisters, 1937)
Cheek To Cheek (1935)
I Thought About You (1939)
Just One of Those Things (1935)
La Vie En Rose (Edith Piaf, 1931)
Pennies From Heaven (1936)
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (1933)
The Very Thought of You (1934)
The Way You Look Tonight (1934)
You’re The Top (1936)
Don’t Fence Me In (The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, 1944)
All of Me (Billy Holiday, 1941)
Button Up Your Overcoat (1946)
That Ole Devil Called Love (Billie Holiday, 1945)
Why Don’t You Do Right (Peggy Lee, 1943)
Bewitched (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Beyond The Sea (Bobby Darin, 1959)
Cry Me A River (Julie London, 1955)
Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend (Marilyn Monroe, 1953)
Dream A Little Dream (Ella Fitzgerald, 1950)
Fever (Peggy Lee, 1958)
He’s A Tramp (Peggy Lee, 1955)
I Get A Kick Out of You (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
I’m Through With Love (Marilyn Monroe, 1959)
I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
Lady Is A Tramp (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love) (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Love & Marriage (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
Love Me or Leave Me (Lena Horne, 1957)
Lullaby of Broadway (Doris Day, 1951)
Mack The Knife (Bobby Darin, 1958)
Makin’ Whoopee (Frank Sinatra, 1955)
Mambo Italiano (Dean Martin, 1955)
Man I Love (Ella Fitzgerald, 1959)
More Than You Know (Thelma Carpenter, 1950)
My Baby Just Cares For Me (Nina Simone, 1955)
My Funny Valentine (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956
On The Sunny Side of The Street (Frankie Laine, 1951)
Sway (Dean Martin, 1954)
Unforgettable (Nat King Cole, 1951)
Whatever Lola Wants (Sarah Vaughn, 1954)
As Time Goes By (Frank Sinatra, 1962)
At Last (Etta James, 1961)
Bear Necessities (from The Jungle Book, 1967)
Bésame Mucho (Dean Martin, 1961)
Boy From Ipanema (Frank Sinatra, 1965)
Call Me Irresponsible (Frank Sinatra, 1963)
Crazy (Patsy Cline, 1961)
Georgia (Ray Charles, 1960)
I Only Have Eyes For You (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
I Put A Spell On You (Nina Simone, 1965)
It’s All Right With Me (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
I Want To Be Like You (from The Jungle Book, 1967)
Let’s Face The Music and Dance (Nat King Cole, 1962)
Let There Be Love (Nat King Cole, 1962)
Mad About The Boy (Dinah Washington, 1961)
Misty (Ella Fitzgerald)
Moon River (Audrey Hepburn, 1961)
My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Marilyn Monroe, 1960)
Night & Day (Frank Sinatra, 1962)
On The Street Where You Live (Dean Martin, 1960)
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Doris Day, 1964)
Sentimental Journey (Doris Day, 1965)
Summertime (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
That’s All (Frank Sinatra, 1960)
What A Difference A Day Makes (Bobby Darin 1964)
You Make Me Feel So Young (Frank Sinatra, 1966)
Postmodern Jukebox Songs (Jazz twist on modern pop classics)
All About That Bass
Call Me Maybe
Careless Whisper
Chandelier
Don’t Stop Me Now
I Will Survive
Material Girl
My Heart Will Go On
No Diggity
Oops I Did It Again
Purple Rain
Seven Nation Army
Single Ladies
Sweet Child O’ Mine
Titanium
Umbrella
Wiggle
Music Hall, Wartime and Pub Sing-a-long Songs:
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Vera Lynn, 1940)
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Chattanooga Choo Choo (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Don’t Fence Me In (The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, 1944)
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree (The Andrews Sisters, 1942)
In The Mood (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Lambeth Walk (1937)
Lili Marlene (Vera Lynn, 1948)
Long Way To Tipperary (1912)
Music Hall Medley:Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be/Daisy Bell/Bless Em All
Pack Up Your Troubles (1915)
Medley 1: Any Old Iron, Knees Up Mother Brown
Medley 2: I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles/ My Bonnie/ Old Bull & Bush/Wild Rover
Medley 3: Bring Me Sunshine/Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler
Medley 4: Don’t Fence Me In/ Underneath The Arches/April Showers
Que Sera (Doris Day, 1956)
Roll Out The Barrell (1927)
The White Cliffs of Dover (Vera Lynn, 1942)
Wartime Medley: Bless Em All/Siegfried Line/Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major
We’ll Meet Again (1939)
Wish Me Luck (Gracie Fields, 1942)
Rock 'n' Roll:
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis, 1956)
Everyday (Buddy Holly, 1957)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash, 1957)
Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis, 1958)
Hippy Hippy Shake (The Georgia Satellites, 1958)
Hound Dog (Elvis, 1956)
Jailhouse Rock (Elvis, 1957)
Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear (Elvis, 1957)
Let’s Twist Again (Chubby Checker, 1961)
Lipstick on Your Collar (Connie Fisher, 1959)
Oh Boy (Buddy Holly, 1957)
Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly, 1957)
Rock N Roll Music (The Beatles, 1965)
Rock Around The Clock (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1954)
Shake, Rattle & Roll (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1954)
Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran, 1958)
Twistin' The Night Away (Sam Cooke, 1962)
Wake Up Little Susie (The Everly Brothers, 1957)
Why Do Fools Fall In Love (The Overtones, 2010)
You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry, 1964)
Dirty Dancing Film Soundtrack:
Be My Baby (The Ronettes, 1963)
Big Girl's Don't Cry (The Four Seasons, 1962)
Do You Love Me (The Contours, 1962)
Hey Baby (Bruce Channel, 1962)
Hungry Eyes (Eric Carmen, 1987)
In The Still of The Night (The Five Satins, 1956)
I've Had The Time of My Life (Bill Medley & Jennife Warnes, 1987)
She's Like The Wind (Patrick Swayze, 1987)
Stay (Maurice Williams, 1960)
These Arms of Mine (Otis Redding, 1962)
You Don't Own Me (The Blow Monkeys, 1987)
James Bond:
Another Way To Die (Alicia Keys & Jack White, 2008)
Diamonds Are Forever (Shirley Bassey, 1971)
From Russia With Love (Matt Monro, 1965)
Goldfinger (Shirley Bassey, 1973)
Licence To Kill (Gladys Knight, 1999)
Moonraker (Shirley Bassey, 1979)
Nobody Does It Better (Carly Simon, 1977)
Skyfall (Adele, 2012)
Writing’s On The Wall (Sam Smith, 2015)
You Only Live Twice (Nancy Sinatra, 1967)
Christmas:
All I Want For Christmas (Mariah Carey, 1994)
Blue Christmas (Michael Buble, 2011)
Deck The Halls (Jazz style)
Ding Dong Merrily On High (Herb Alpert, 1968)
Fairytale of New York (Kirsty MacColl & The Pogues, 1987)
Frosty The Snowman (The Ronettes, 1963)
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
Jingle Bells (Jazz style)
Jingle Bell Rock (Bobby Helms, 1957)
Last Christmas (Cascada, 2007)
Let It Snow (Ella Fitzgerald, )
Man With The Bag (Jessie J, 2018)
Mele Kalikimaka (The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, 1950)
Merry Christmas Everyone (Shakin’ Stevens, 1984)
O Christmas Tree (Jazz style)
Rockin Around The Christmas Tree (Brenda Lee, 1964)
Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer (Jazz style)
Run Rudolph Run (Chuck Berry, 1958)
Santa Baby (Eartha Kitt, 1953)
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (The Crystals, 1963)
Silent Night (Eva Cassidy, 2010)
Sleigh Ride (The Ronettes, 1963)
So Here It Is Merry Christmas (Slade, 1973)
Step Into Christmas (Elton John, 1973)
2000 Miles (The Pretenders, 1983)
We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Traditional)
White Christmas (The Drifters, 1954)
Winter Wonderland (Amy Grant, 1992)
Musicals & Films:
All That Jazz (Chicago)
Bad Guys (Bugsy Malone)
Big Spender (Sweet Charity)
Blue Moon (Grease)
Cabaret (Cabaret)
Dancing Queen (Mama Mia)
Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes)
Don’t Stop Me Now (We Will Rock You)
Ding Dong The Witch is Dead (The Wizard Of Oz)
Edelweiss (The Sound Of Music)
Get Me To The Church On Time (My Fair Lady)
Happy Talk (South Pacific)
I Get A Kick Out Of You (Anything Goes)
I’ve Had The Time Of My Life (Dirty Dancing)
Lullaby of Broadway (42nd Street)
Mama Mia (Mama Mia)
Maybe This Time (Cabaret)
Me and My Gal (Guys and Dolls)
Oom Pah Pah (Oliver!)
Send In The Clowns (A Little Night Music)
Somewhere Over The Rainbow (The Wizard Of Oz)
Singin’ In The Rain (Singin’ In The Rain)
Someone To Watch Over Me (Oh, Kay!)
Spoonful of Sugar (Mary Poppins)
Summertime (Porgy and Bess)
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins)
Time Warp (The Rocky Horror Show)
Waterloo (Mama Mia)
We Are The Champions (We Will Rock You)
We Will Rock You (We Will Rock You)
Whatever Lola Wants (Damn Yankees)
When You’re Good To Mama (Chicago)
Songs from Disney & Other Children’s Films
A Spoonful of Sugar (Mary Poppins)
Bare Necessities (Jungle Book)
Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo (Cinderella)
Burning Love (Lilo & Stitch)
Everybody Wants To Be A Cat (The Aristocats)
He’s A Tramp (Lady and The Tramp)
Hound Dog (Lilo & Stitch)
I Want To Be Like You (Jungle Book)
Supercalifragisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins)
Thomas O’Malley Cat (The Aristocats)
Trust In Me (Jungle Book)
Why Don’t You Do Right (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
You’re The Devil In Disguise (Lilo & Stitch)
Zip A Dee Doo Dah (Song of The South)
Country Songs:
Don’t Fence Me In (The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, 1944)
Harvest Moon (Neil Young, 1992)
Hey Good Lookin' (The Mavericks, 1992)
(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden (Martina McBride, 2005)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash, 1957)
Hello Mary Lou (Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1972)
I Love You Because (Jim Reeves, 1976)
Islands In The Stream (Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers, 1982)
I Saw The Light (Hank Williams, 1948)
Jolene (Dolly Parton, 1974)
9 To 5 (Dolly Parton, 1980)
Rhinestone Cowboy (Glen Campbell, 1975)
Singing The Blues (Guy Mitchell, 1956)
South of The Border (Patsy Cline, 1961)
Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1974)
Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver, 1971)
These Boots Are Made For Walking (Nancy Sinatra, 1965)
The Gambler (Kenny Rogers, 1978)
This Little Light of Mine (1920)
Walkin’ In The Sunshine (Roger Miller, 1967)
You Are My Sunshine (Norman Blake, 2002)
1920s
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (1929)
Bugle Call Rag (1923)
Bye Bye Blackbird (1926)
Dinah (1925)
It Had To Be You (1924)
Mississippi Mud (1927)
Puttin’ On The Ritz (1927)
Someone To Watch Over Me (1926)
‘S Wonderful (1927)
This Little Light of Mine (1920)
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1929)
When The Saints Go Marching In (1923)
When You’re Smiling (1929)
1930s
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (The Andrews Sisters, 1937)
Cheek To Cheek (1935)
Isle of Capri (1934)
Just One of Those Things (1935)
La Vie En Rose (Edith Piaf, 1931)
Pennies From Heaven (1936)
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (1933)
The Very Thought of You (1934)
The Way You Look Tonight (1934)
You Must have Been A Beautiful Baby (1938)
Music Hall, Wartime and Pub Sing-a-long Songs
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Vera Lynn, 1940)
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Chattanooga Choo Choo (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Don’t Fence Me In (The Andrews Sisters & Bing Crosby, 1944)
Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree (The Andrews Sisters, 1942)
In The Mood (The Andrews Sisters, 1941)
Lambeth Walk (1937)
Lili Marlene (Vera Lynn, 1948)
Long Way To Tipperary (1912)
Music Hall Medley:Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be/Daisy Bell/Bless ‘Em All
Pack Up Your Troubles (1915)
Medley 1: Any Old Iron, Knees Up Mother Brown
Medley 2: I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles/ My Bonnie/ Old Bull & Bush/Wild Rover
Medley 3: Bring Me Sunshine/Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler
Medley 4: Don’t Fence Me In/ Underneath The Arches/April Showers
Que Sera (Doris Day, 1956)
Roll Out The Barrell (1927)
Shine On Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes, 1908)
The White Cliffs of Dover (Vera Lynn, 1942)
Wartime Medley: Bless Em All/Siegfried Line/Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major
We’ll Meet Again (1939)
Wish Me Luck (Gracie Fields, 1942)
1940s
All of Me (Billy Holiday, 1941)
Button Up Your Overcoat (1946)
For Me & My Gal (1942)
Happy Talk (from South Pacific, 1949)
I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair (from South Pacific, 1949)
I Saw The Light (Hank Williams, 1948)
Lili Marlene (Vera Lynn, 1948)
Rum & Coca Cola (The Andrews Sisters, 1945)
That Ole Devil Called Love (Billie Holiday, 1945)
Tico Tico (The Andrews Sisters, 1944)
‘Til Then (1944)
Why Don’t You Do Right (Peggy Lee, 1943)
Zip A Dee Doo Dah (1945)
1950s
A Kiss To Build A Dream On (Louis Armstong, 1952)
All Shook Up (Elvis, 1957)
Bewitched (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Beyond The Sea (Bobby Darin, 1959)
Black Coffee (Peggy Lee, 1956)
Blue Skies (Ella Fitzgerald, 1958)
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis, 1956)
Cheek To Cheek (Ella Fitzgerald 1955)
Cry Me A River (Julie London, 1955)
Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend (Marilyn Monroe, 1953)
Dream A Little Dream (Ella Fitzgerald, 1950)
Edelweiss (1959)
Everyday (Buddy Holly, 1957)
Every Time We Say Goodbye (Ella Fitzgerald 1956)
Fever (Peggy Lee, 1958)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash, 1957)
Good Golly Miss Molly (Little Richard, 1958)
Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis, 1958)
He's A Tramp (Peggy Lee, 1955)
Hippy Hippy Shake (The Georgia Satellites, 1988)
Hound Dog (Elvis, 1956)
I Get A Kick Out of You (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
I’m Through With Love (Marilyn Monroe, 1959)
In The Still of The Night (The Five Satins, 1956)
I Only Have Eyes For You (The Flamingos, 1959)
I've Got You Under My Skin (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
Jailhouse Rock (Elvis, 1957)
Johnny B Goode (Chuck Berry, 1958)
Lady Is A Tramp (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear (Elvis, 1957)
Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love) (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Lipstick on Your Collar (Connie Fisher, 1959)
Love & Marriage (Frank Sinatra, 1953)
Love Me or Leave Me (Lena Horne, 1957)
Lucille (Little Richard, 1957)
Lullaby of Broadway (Doris Day, 1951)
Mack The Knife (Bobby Darin, 1958)
Makin’ Whoopee (Frank Sinatra, 1955)
Mambo Italiano (Dean Martin, 1955)
Manhattan (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Man I Love (Ella Fitzgerald, 1959)
More Than You Know (Thelma Carpenter, 1950)
Mr Sandman (Dickie Valentine, 1955)
My Baby Just Cares For Me (Nina Simone, 1955)
My Funny Valentine (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Night & Day (Ella Fitzgerald, 1956)
Oh Boy (Buddy Holly, 1957)
On The Sunny Side of The Street (Frankie Laine, 1951)
Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly, 1957)
Rock Around The Clock (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1954)
See You Later Alligator (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1956)
Shake, Rattle & Roll (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1954)
Singin’ In The Rain (Gene Kelly, 1952)
Singing The Blues (Guy Mitchell, 1956)
Someone To Watch Over Me (Ella Fitzgerald 1950)
Sway (Dean Martin, 1954)
Shake, Rattle & Roll (Bill Haley & The Comets, 1954)
Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran, 1958)
Tutti Frutti (Little Richard, 1955)
Unforgettable (Nat King Cole, 1951)
Wake Up Little Susie (The Everly Brothers, 1957)
Whatever Lola Wants (Sarah Vaughn, 1954)
1960s
All My Loving (The Beatles, 1963)
As Time Goes By (Frank Sinatra, 1962)
At Last (Etta James, 1961)
Baby It's You (The Beatles, 1963)
Baby Love (The Supremes, 1964)
Baby Please Don’t Go (Them, 1964)
Bad Moon Rising (Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1968)
Be My Baby (The Ronettes, 1963)
Bear Necessities (from The Jungle Book, 1967)
Bésame Mucho (Dean Martin, 1961)
Big Girl's Don't Cry (The Four Seasons, 1962)
Big Spender (Shirley Bassey 1967)
Boy From Ipanema (Frank Sinatra, 1965)
Bring Me Sunshine (Morecambe & Wise, 1969)
Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrisson, 1967)
Build Me Up Buttercup (The Foundations, 1968)
Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye) (The Four Seasons, 1964)
Bye Bye Love (Buddy Holly, 1963)
California Dreamin’ (Mamas And The Papas, 1966)
Call Me Irresponsible (Frank Sinatra, 1963)
Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles, 1964)
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Andy Williams, 1968)
Crazy (Patsy Cline, 1961)
Day Tripper (The Beatles, 1965)
Delilah (Tom Jones, 1967)
Downtown (Petula Clark, 1964)
Dizzy Miss Lizzy (The Beatles, 1965)
Doo Doo Ron Ron (The Crystals, 1963)
Do You Love Me (The Contours, 1962)
Do You Wanna Dance (Cliff Richard, 1964)
Eight Days A Week (The Beatles, 1964)
Fly Me To The Moon (Frank Sinatra, 1964)
For Once In My Life (Stevie Wonder, 1968)
Georgia (Ray Charles, 1960)
Get Back (The Beatles, 1969)
Get Ready (The Temptations, 1966)
Here Comes The Sun (The Beatles, 1967)
Hey Baby (Bruce Channel, 1962)
Hit The Road Jack (Ray Charles, 1960)
Honey Pie (The Beatles, 1968)
I Can’t Get No Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones, 1965)
I Feel Fine (The Beatles, 1964)
I Heard It Through The Grapevine, (Marvin Gaye, 1968)
If I Fell (The Beatles, 1964)
I Only Have Eyes For You (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
I Put A Spell On You (Nina Simone, 1965)
I Saw Her Standing There (The Beatles, 1964)
In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett, 1965)
Isn’t She Lovely (Stevie Wonder, 1976)
It’s All Right With Me (Peggy Lee/ Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
It’s Not Unusual (Tom Jones, 1965)
It’s Now or Never (Elvis Presley, 1960)
It Takes Two (Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston, 1969)
I’m A Believer (The Monkees, 1966)
I Only Want To Be With You (Dusty Springfield, 1963)
It Takes Two (Marvin Gaye, 1966)
I Want To Be Like You (from The Jungle Book, 1967)
I Want To Hold Your Hand (The Beatles, 1964)
Jump In The Line (Harry Belafonte, 1961)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (The Rolling Stones, 1969)
Let’s Face The Music and Dance (Nat King Cole, 1962)
Let There Be Love (Nat King Cole, 1962)
Let’s Twist Again (Chubby Checker, 1961)
Love Me Do (The Beatles, 1962)
Mad About The Boy (Dinah Washington, 1961)
Misty (Ella Fitzgerald, 1967)
Money (That’s What I Want) (The Beatles, 1963)
Monday Monday (Mamas And The Papas, 1966)
Moon River (Audrey Hepburn, 1961)
Mr Tambourine Man (The Byrds, 1965)
My Bonnie (Tony Sheridan & The Beat Brothers (The Beatles), 1962)
My Generation (The Who, 1965)
My Girl (The Temptations, 1965)
My Guy (Mary Wells, 1964)
My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Peggy Lee 1956/Marilyn Monroe, 1960)
Night & Day (Frank Sinatra, 1962)
Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (Edith Piaf, 1960)
Norwegian Wood (The Beatles, 1965)
Not Fade Away (The Rolling Stones, 1964)
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (The Beatles, 1968)
On The Street Where You Live (Dean Martin, 1960)
Oom Pah Pah (from Oliver 1960)
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Doris Day, 1964)
Play With Fire (The Rolling Stones, 1965)
Please Mr Postman (The Beatles, 1963)
P.S. I Love You (The Beatles, 1963)
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (B.J. Thomas, 1969)
Return To Sender (Elvis Presley, 1967)
Rock N Roll Music (The Beatles, 1965)
Route 66 (The Rolling Stones, 1964)
Runaway (Del Shannon, 1961)
Scarborough Fair (Simon & Garfunkel, 1966)
Sentimental Journey (Doris Day, 1965)
She Loves You (The Beatles, 1963)
She’s A Rainbow (The Rolling Stones, 1967)
Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding, 1967)
Son of A Preacher Man (Dusty Springfield, 1968)
South of The Border (Patsy Cline, 1961)
Stormy Weather (Ella Fitzgerald, 1961)
Summer Holiday (Cliff Richard, 1963)
Summertime (Ella Fitzgerald, 1960)
Sunny Afternoon (The Kinks, 1966)
Suspicious Minds (Elvis, 1969)
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond, 1969)
Sweet Soul Music (Arthur Conley, 1967)
That’s All (Frank Sinatra, 1960)
Then He Kissed Me (The Crystals, 1963)
These Boots Are Made For Walking (Nancy Sinatra, 1965)
Ticket To Ride (The Beatles, 1965)
Twist & Shout (The Beatles, 1962)
Twistin' The Night Away (Sam Cooke, 1962)
Under The Boardwalk, The Drifters, 1964)
Walk Right Back (The Everly Brothers, 1960)
Walking Back To Happiness (Helen Shapiro, 1961)
Walkin’ In The Sunshine (Roger Miller, 1967)
Walking The Dog (The Rolling Stones, 1964)
What A Difference A Day Makes (Bobby Darin 1964)
White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane, 1967)
Will You Love Me Tomorrow (The Shirelles, 1961)
Wishin’ & Hopin’ (Dusty Springfield, 1964)
Yellow Submarine (The Beatles, 1966)
You Can’t Hurry Love (The Supremes, 1966)
You Make Me Feel So Young (Frank Sinatra, 1966)
You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry, 1964)
You Really Got Me (The Kinks, 1964)
You’re The Devil In Disguise (Elvis, 1963)
1970s
Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers, 1975)
All Night Long (All Night) (Lionel Richie, 1983)
All Right Now (Free, 1970)
All That Jazz (from Chicago, 1975)
American Pie (Don McLean, 1971)
A Message To You Rudy (The Specials, 1979)
Be My Baby (The Ronettes, 1977)
Blame It On The Boogie (The Jackson 5, 1978)
Blue Moon (Ella Fitzgerald, 1973)
Brown Girl In The Ring (Boney M, 1978)
Buona Sera (Louis Prima, 1976)
Burning Love (Elvis, 1972)
Cabaret (Liza Minnelli, 1972)
Cecilia (Simon & Garfunkel, 1970)
Dancing Queen (Abba, 1976)
Denis (Blondie, 1977)
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) (Rupert Holmes, 1979)
Everybody Wants To Be A Cat (from The Aristocats, 1970)
Hanging On The Telephone (Blondie, 1978)
Heart of Glass (Blondie, 1978)
Hello Mary Lou (Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1972)
Heroes (David Bowie, 1977)
Jolene (Dolly Parton, 1974)
Kid (The Pretenders, 1979)
Life On Mars (David Bowie, 1973)
Love Is In The Air (John Paul Young, 1977)
Love Is The Drug (Roxy Music, 1975)
Mama Mia (Abba, 1975)
Maybe This Time (Liza Minnelli, 1972)
Molly Malone (The Dubliners, 1977)
Moon Dance (Van Morrison, 1970)
One Way or Another (Blondie, 1979)
Pearl’s A Singer (Elkie Brooks, 1977)
Please Mr Postman (The Carpenters, 1975)
Rebel Rebel (David Bowie, 1974)
Rhinestone Cowboy (Glen Campbell, 1975)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) (Stevie Wonder, 1970)
Sorrow (David Bowie, 1973)
Starman (David Bowie 1972)
Stuck In The Middle With You (Steelers Wheel, 1972)
Superstition (Stevie Wonder, 1972)
Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1974)
Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver, 1971)
The Gambler (Kenny Rogers, 1978)
(They Long To Be) Close To You (The Carpenters, 1974)
Three Little Birds (Bob Marley, 1977)
Three Steps To Heaven (Showaddywaddy, 1975)
Top of The World (The Carpenters, 1972)
Under The Moon of Love (Showaddywaddy, 1976)
Waterloo (Abba, 1974)
When You’re Good To Mama (Chicago, 1975)
You Are the Sunshine of My Life (Frank Sinatra, 1974)
You Can Get It If You Really Want (Jimmy Cliff, 1972)
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Carol King, 1971)
You’re So Vain (Carly Simon, 1973)
1980s
Abracadabra (Steve Miller Band, 1982)
Addicted To Love (Robert Palmer, 1985)
Ain't Nobody (Chaka Khan, 1983)
Ain't No Pleasing You (Chas & Dave, 1982)
A Kind of Magic (Queen, 1986)
All Night Long (Lionel Richie, 1983)
Ashes To Ashes (David Bowie, 1980)
Back On The Chain Gang (The Pretenders, 1982)
Beat It (Michael Jackson, 1983)
Bette Davis Eyes (Kim Carnes, 1980)
Billie Jean (Michael Jackson, 1982)
Black Velvet (Alannah Myles, 1989)
Brass In Pocket (The Pretenders, 1980)
Breakout (Swing Out Sister, 1986)
Careless Whisper (George Michael, 1984)
Celebration (Kool And The Gang, 1980)
Club Tropicana (Wham! 1983)
Come On Eileen (Dexys Midnight Runners, 1982)
Could You Be Loved (Bob Marley, 1980)
Crazy For You (Madonna, 1985)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen, 1980)
Dancing In The Dark (Bruce Springsteen, 1984)
Dancing On The Ceiling (Lionel Richie, 1986)
Dead Ringer (Meatloaf & Cher, 1981)
Dirty Old Town (The Pogues, 1985)
Don’t Get Me Wrong (The Pretenders, 1986)
Don't You Forget About Me (Simple Minds, 1985)
Don't You Want Me (The Human League, 1981)
Do The Hucklebuck (Coast To Coast, 1980)
Dress You Up (Madonna, 1985)
Easy Lover (Phil Collins, 1984)
Eternal Flame (The Bangles, 1989)
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (The Blues Brothers, 1980)
Everything I Own (Boy George, 1987)
Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac, 1987)
Fashion (David Bowie, 1980)
Fisherman’s Blues (The Waterboys, 1988)
Footloose (Kenny Loggins, 1984)
Gimme Some Lovin' (The Blues Brothers, 1980)
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper, 1983)
Goody Two Shoes (Adam Ant, 1982)
Green Door (Shakin' Stevens, 1981)
Heaven (Bryan Adams, 1985)
Heaven Is A Place On Earth (Belinda Carlisle, 1987)
Hungry Eyes (Eric Carmen, 1987)
It Must Be Love (Madness, 1982)
I'm Coming Out (Diana Ross, 1980)
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) (The Proclaimers, 1988)
I'm So Excited (The Pointer Sisters, 1982)
I'm Still Standing (Elton John, 1983)
Into The Groove (Madonna, 1985)
Islands In The Stream (Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers, 1982)
It Had To Be You (Harry Connick Junior, 1989)
It Must Be Love (Madness, 1982)
It's Raining Men (Weather Girls, 1982)
I've Had The Time of My Life (Bill Medley & Jennife Warnes, 1987)
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Whitney Houston, 1987)
I Want To Break Free (Queen, 1984)
I Would Die 4 U (Prince, 1984)
Jump (For My Love) (The Pointer Sisters, 1980)
Karma Chameleon (Culture Club, 1983)
Kids In America (Kim Wilde, 1981)
Kiss (Prince, 1986)
La Bamba (Los Lobos, 1985)
La Isla Bonita (Madonna, 1986)
Let’s Dance (David Bowie, 1982)
Let’s Go Crazy (Prince, 1984)
Let's Hear It For The Boy (Deniece Williams, 1984)
Like A Prayer (Madonna, 1989)
Little Red Corvette (Prince, 1983)
Little Lies (Fleetwood Mac, 1987)
Love Is A Battlefield (Pat Benatar, 1983)
Love Letters (Alison Moyet, 1987)
Making Your Mind Up (Bucks Fizz, 1981)
Manic Monday (The Bangles, 1986)
Material Girl (Madonna, 1984)
Minnie The Moocher (The Blues Brothers, 1980)
Modern Love (David Bowie, 1983)
9 To 5 (Dolly Parton, 1980)
1999 (Prince, 1982)
Our House (Madness, 1982)
Patience (Guns N Roses, 1989)
Power of Love (Huey Lewis & The News, 1985)
Purple Rain (Prince, 1984)
Radio Gaga (Queen, 1984)
Rapture (Blondie, 1980)
Raspberry Beret (Prince, 1985)
Real Gone Kid (Deacon Blue, 1988)
Rio (Duran Duran, 1982)
River Deep, Mountain High (Tina Turner, 1986)
Should I Stay or Should I Go (The Clash, 1982)
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves (Eurythmics feat. Aretha Franklin, 1985)
Smooth Operator (Sade, 1984)
Stop (Sam Brown, 1988)
Stray Cat Strut (The Stray Cats, 1981)
Summer of '69 (Bryan Adams, 1984)
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (Eurythmics, 1983)
Tainted Love (Soft Cell, 1981)
Teardrops (Womack & Womack, 1988)
That Ole Devil Called Love (Alison Moyet, 1985)
The Best (Tina Turner, 1989)
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (Simon & Garfunkel, 1987)
The Irish Rover (The Pogues & The Dubliner, 1987)
The Look (Roxette, 1988)
The Lovecats (The Cure, 1983)
The Power of Love (Frankie Goes To Hollywood, 1984)
The Tide is High (Blondie, 1980)
The Way You Make Me Feel (Michael Jackson, 1987)
The Whole of the Moon (The Waterboys, 1985)
Too Shy (Kajagoogoo, 1982)
True Blue (Madonna, 1986)
True Colours (Cyndi Lauper, 1986)
U Got The Look (Prince, 1987)
Venus (Bananarama, 1986)
Walk Like An Egyptian (The Bangles, 1986)
Walk of Life (Dire Straits, 1985)
Walking On Sunshine (Katrina & The Waves, 1983)
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (Wham, 1984)
Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi, 1987)
What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For? (Shakin' Stevens, 1987)
When Doves Cry (Prince, 1984)
When You Wish Upon A Star (Linda Ronstadt, 1986)
Where's The Party? (Madonna, 1986)
White Wedding (Billy Idol, 1983)
Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Diana Ross, 1981)
Why Don't You Do Right? (Jessica Rabbit, 1988)
With or Without You (U2, 1985)
You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins, 1983)
You Don't Own Me (The Blow Monkeys, 1987)
Zoom (Fat Larry’s Band, 1982)
1990s
Can't Help Falling In Love (UB40, 1993)
Fields of Gold (Eva Cassidy, 1993)
Harvest Moon (Neil Young, 1992)
Hey Good Lookin' (The Mavericks, 1992)
I Can See Clearly Now (Jimmy Cliff, 1993)
I Can't Stand The Rain (The Commitments, 1991)
I Don’t Know Why I Love You But I Do (Charley Pride, 1992)
Keep Young & Beautiful (Annie Lennox, 1992)
Kiss Me (Sixpence None The Richer, 1997)
I'll Be There For You (The Rembrandts, 1995)
I’ll Stand By You (The Pretenders, 1994)
In The Midnight Hour (The Commitments, 1991)
L-O-V-E (Natalie Cole, 1991)
Love Is All Around (Wet, Wet, Wet, 1994)
More Than Words (Extreme, 1991)
Mulder and Scully (Catatonia, 1997)
Mustang Sally (from The Commitments 1991)
Red Right Hand (Nick Cave, 1994)
Sing It Back (Moloko, 1999)
Sit Down (James, 1991)
Sweet Child Of Mine (Guns N Roses, 1990)
To Love Somebody (Jimmy Somerville, 1990)
Try A Little Tenderness (The Commitments, 1991)
Vogue (Madonna, 1990)
You Do Something To Me (Paul Weller, 1995)
2000s
A Night Like This (Caro Emerald, 2009)
Back It Up (Caro Emerald, 2009)
Back To Black (Amy Winehouse, 2006)
Best of You (Foo Fighters, 2005)
Big Bad Handsome Man (Imelda May, 2009)
Budapest (George Ezra, 2013)
Candyman (Christina Aguilera, 2007)
Can’t Get You Out of My Head (Kylie Minogue, 2001)
Come Away With Me (Norah Jones, 2001)
Don't Know Why (Norah Jones, 2001)
Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Jools Holland, 2003)
(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden (Martina McBride, 2005)
Johnny Got A Boom Boom (Imelda May, 2009)
Jump (Girls Aloud, 2003)
Lovecats (Paul Anka, 2005)
Love Is A Losing Game (Amy Winehouse, 2007)
Make You Feel My Love (Adele, 2008)
Mercy (Duffy, 2008)
Our Day Will Come (Amy Winehouse, 2011)
Over The Rainbow-(upbeat Melody Gardot version, 2009)
Proud Mary (Tina Turner live version, 2009)
Rehab (Amy Winehouse, 2006)
Save The Last Dance For Me (Eddy Mitchell, 2009)
Spinning Around (Kylie Minogue, 2000)
Superstar (Jamelia, 2003)
Tears Dry On Their Own (Amy Winehouse, 2006)
The Leaving of Liverpool (The Young Dubliners, 2007)
The Nearness of You (Norah Jones, 2001)
To Know Him Is To Love Him (Amy Winehouse, 2006)
Valerie (Amy Winehouse, 2007)
Warwick Avenue (Duffy, 2008)
You Are My Sunshine (Norman Blake, 2002)
You Shook Me All Night Long (Hayseed Dixies, 2000)
2010s
Chandelier (Sia, 2014)
Diamonds (Rihanna, 2012)
Goodnight Sweetheart (The Overtones, 2010)
Happy (Pharrell Williams, 2013)
Heaven (Boyce Avenue feat Megan Nicole, 2012)
Inside Out (Imelda May, 2010)
Liquid Lunch (Caro Emerald, 2010)
Our Day Will Come (Amy Winehouse, 2011)
Put A Lid On It (Squirrel Nut Zippers, 2016)
Rolling In The Deep (Adele, 2010)
Royals (Lorde, 2013)
Shake It Off (Taylor Swift, 2014)
Shape of You (Ed Sheeran, 2017)
Sh Boom (Life Could Be A Dream) (The Overtones, 2010)
Skyfall (Adele, 2012)
Stuck (Caro Emerald, 2010)
Tainted Love (Imelda May, 2010)
That Man (Caro Emerald, 2010)
Upside Down (Paloma Faith, 2010)
Video Games (Lana Del Ray, 2011)
Why Do Fools Fall In Love (The Overtones, 2010)
Customer questions

What do your clients love most about your performances?

I always discuss the clients needs in advance, so if a gentle background Jazz performance for a wedding or an interactive fun Pop/ Rock 'n' Roll etc performance for a birthday party is needed then I'll make sure the requested atmosphere is created. So clients have loved my fun, welcoming energy as well as enjoying calming Jazz performances over the years.

Which venues have you performed at in the past?

Clients/Venues include: 5 star Hotels in London, The Berkeley (Knightsbridge, London) The Ampersand Hotel (Kensington, London), St Ermin’s Hotel (Westminster, London) The Fox Club (Mayfair, London) The Concorde Club, (Jazz club, Southampton.) The British Library (Awards event, London), The Speakeasy Club (Gatsby themed club, Hitchin).

Which artists have you been most influenced by?

My influences are far & wide, hence my ability to sing Jazz, Pop and many other genres. In terms of singing styles, I'm mainly influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington Nat King Cole, Chet Baker, Norah Jones, Elkie Brooks, Sandy Denny, Chrissie Hynde, Amy Winehouse, Crystal Gayle, Patsy Cline, Carly Simon & many more!

What is the most high profile gig you've performed?

I sang for a tv show filming what I think was an episode of 'Don't Tell The Bride' for Channel 4, quite some years ago now. I didn't watch the episode as I didn't have a tv, so I'm not sure if it was ever shown! Definitely a good experience working with the other musicians and crew though!

What if my timings change after I've booked you?

That's absolutely fine, just let me know as soon as possible.

Can you provide an iPod/DJ service before and between your sets?

I can provide Spotify set lists in between your sets for up to 30 minutes during each break, included in the price. Set lists can be tailor made for themes such as 1920s music for a Gatsby party and easy listening Jazz/Pop/Rock etc depending on your event. If you need me to DJ prior to the start of my singing or afterwards, then there will be extra charges.

How much time do you need to set up?

I like to arrive at least an hour before your event, although it usually only takes me approx 15 minutes to set up and sound check my equipment.

Can I pick the pieces you play from the set list?

I'm very happy to provide some song options for you from my repertoire. I have extensive experience at singing for various functions and I can also recommend songs and create a tailor made set list for your event.

Do you bring all the equipment you need to perform?

Yes I'll be bringing a PA system consisting of a speaker, microphone, iPad for my high quality backing tracks, microphone stand for my iPad and leads. I also can bring batteries for my speaker if you need me to sing outside if there is no power point.

Can you learn specific pieces before the event?

If you have song requests that I need to learn, then I can learn up to 5 new songs for you, with further new songs costing an additional £20 per song.

Prices

Note: prices may vary based on travel distance. For an exact quote, click “Check availability”.

Standard Prices
Performance durationPrice
Short performance (up to 15 min)£150
Up to 1 hour£200
Up to 2 hours£290
Up to 3 hours£390
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Joanna M, 20 days ago

Amazing!! Highly recommend Vintage Ruby. Happy to sing all song requests, sang them beautifully and made it a special and memorable evening for my mums 60th. She is kind, fun and personable. Great communication, punctual and professional. Thank you so much for making it a wonderful evening!!

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Nikki B, 1 month ago

Fantastic.. what a lovely lady, adapted to the audience and had a great rapport with everyone. She arrived promptly and everybody loved her.. would definitely recommend her

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Anne D, 2 months ago

Ruby was amazing again. This was our second time to have her for a garden party. She read the crowd well, adjusted the song list and got everyone up dancing. She made sure my husband’s 60th birthday was the best it could be and the guests loved her. We would have no hesitation in booking her again. Thank you Ruby! From Anne & Rob xx

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Deborah G, 1 year ago

Vintage Ruby was Wonderful she was exactly what we wanted provided a fantastic Atmosphere in keeping with our 40's theme - it really was a lovely afternoon

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Iris D, 3 years ago

It has been such a fantastic experience having Vintage Ruby singing at my husband's surprise birthday party! Everything was superb from getting her quote, communicating with her, turning up on time, setting up and the performance! I would definitely book her again! I, my husband and the guests loved her! Thank you very much!

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Kim R, 3 years ago

Ruby came to sing for us at our Vintage Charity Afternoon Tea Gala. We were so happy with her. Her voice was amazing and she had a great selection of songs. She had everyone dancing and created a wonderful atmosphere. She was also a very lovely lady. We would definitely use her again for our events. Thank you Ruby!

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