Price Band: £500 to £795
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Diodato JAZZ TRIO
We are a JAZZ TRIO composed by a main singer, a double bassist and a guitarist (or a pianist). The JAZZ TRIO can be also a QUARTET with drums if needed. We play normally 2 sets of 50 minutes but if the event requires it we can play for over than 3 hs.
Our TRIO plays Traditional Jazz Standards, from Miles Davis to Chet Baker, from Frank Sinatra to Mel Torme, from Duke Ellington to George Gershwin and so many others.
Gege Diodato starts its career at the age of 16, playing pop and folk music as singer and pianist back in his own town in Naples, Italy. From the age of 16 to the age of 18 he gigs around Italy, in clubs, venues and festivals. At the age of 21 he starts working as a Crooner in Cruises and after two years he moves to Buenos Aires gigging in many Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants. In January 2018 he moves in London and sets up a JAZZ TRIO with the idea to bring in London venues a Crooner that can sing classical american songs of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Dean Martin such as bebop and hard-bop standards of Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown, Art Blakey and so many others.
South East based and will travel to these areas: South East, South West, Midlands, North East, North West.
We have been playing in many London's Venues such as The Prince of Greenwich, Buenos Aires Cafe, The Clapton Hart, Oliver's jazz Bar and others.
The price brackets above should be used as a guide only as all quotes are bespoke.
Performance times for most acts except Tributes and some other Unique performers are usually 2 x 60 minute sets or 3 x 40 min sets.
(If you require the act to perform longer than these times you may incur extra costs.)
Travel costs vary depending on the act and will be included to the quote given to you by our agents.
Our acts would usually expect to arrive around 6pm and to be finished around midnight.
(If you need the act to arrive earlier or finish later there may be extra costs but these can be negotiated.)