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Singer Hayley Sanderson 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Indie Soul Pop London**606 CLUB SPECIAL** HAYLEY SANDERSON and the “STYLOPHONES” plus Special Guests JAMIE LAWSON, FAT KICKS and LIZZIE DEANE

MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 | 8:30pm | £10

HAYLEY SANDERSON is a remarkable singer who performs an impressive blend of Jazz, R&B and originals with a deft ease that led her to being a resident singer on BBC’s “Strictly Come Dancing” as well as a favourite at the 606 Club. Tonight she will be performing with her band as well as acting as “Master of Ceremonies” for the evening’s entertainment, featuring three groups personally championed by Hayley for their distinctive personality, style & talent.

Opening the night will be Hayley’s own band “THE STYLOPHONES”, a unique outfit which Hayley leads that presents a selection of original songs and quirky covers with irrepressible charm. But as well as presenting her own band we have asked Hayley to “curate” the evening by bringing along some artists new to the Club that she feels deserve greater recognition. Sharing the bill with Hayley tonight will be JAMIE LAWSON, FAT KICKS & LIZZIE DEANE.

So, over to Hayley to best describe the evening:  “Bored of your average singer/songwriter nights? Fancy something a bit different?  We want to take you to the underground, a place where the music evolves in front of your very eyes! 'The Stylophones' are a unique outfit that perform a selection of originals songs and quirky covers, delivered with a Tarantino-like quality, this band certainly sets the scene... and we are also championing interesting performers, writers and artists! For this our second presentation we have some fabulous guest appearances that you're not going to want to miss. So, this month The Stylophones present…

singer songwriter Jamie Lawson 606 Club Chelsea LIve Music acoustic londonJamie Lawson. This “quiet man” has been steadily growing an impressive reputation as a singer/songwriter of real depth and passion. After a number of years working steadily but still largely unknown in both the UK and Ireland, Jamie finally came to prominence in 2011 when a YouTube video of his original song ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ become an Internet sensation. Since then his reputation as an artist and writer has soared, with a number 1 single in Ireland and a YouTube page that boasts well over half a million views.

Fat Kicks 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Funk Groove LondonFat Kicks mixes fistfuls of funk with classic soul vocals, and this five-piece “Groove” band are guaranteed to shake the evening down with their infectious rhythms and searing vocals. Currently working on their debut EP this is definitely a band to keep an eye on.

Lizzie Deane is a fabulous singer who for many years has worked with some of the finest performers around, including Carleen Anderson, Mica Paris and Jocelyn Brown. She’s a terrific vocalist with the deeply soulful voice, and she has finally stepped out of the shadows to rave performance and great album reviews. Her warm persona and infectious performance style call to mind the great Soul divas such as Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield, but at the same time Lizzie brings her own unique approach to every song. A fantastic addition to a great night of music. With this and more up our sleeve, there's something for everyone, from weird to wonderful, you can't go wrong!” This unusual night is on the leading edge of the UK jazz scene, so expect refreshing surprises and twists and turns galore.

Singer Lizzie Deane 606 Club Chelsea LIve Music Soul Blues London“Strictly’s unsung resident singer Hayley Sanderson….blew away anything “that…show” has offered us this year” News of the World

“Jamie Lawson…there will always be room for an artist who has what it takes to be better than the rest. And if you love music and have a heart and a pair of ears, you'll recognise within the space of just one song that here is exactly that sort of someone.” Western Morning News

“Lizzie Deane….raw-voiced soulstress..with a compelling set of soul-jazz numbers..and driving contemporary funk'n'blues” Venue magazine