Retro-pop & vintage swing
£390 – £1,290
Praised by Jools Holland and featured on BBC Radio 2, Sara is one of the UK’s most genuine talents. Her music is honest, touching and often irrepressibly joyful much like her shining character.
Recently invited to headline the Ukulele Festival of Great Britain following a residency at London’s prestigious Boisdale’s she is touring the UK & Europe with her band The Noisy Boys.
To compliment Sara’s own songs she has hand picked favourite songs from the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s.
A typical performance may feature:
Bring me Sunshine
Rum and Coca Cola
Dream a Little Dream of Me
Leaning on a Lamp Post
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
If You Were the Only Girl in the World
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
The Very Thought of You
Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Sara’s band, affectionately known as The Noisy Boys, comprise of double bass, cocktail drums, guitar and trumpet.
As an acoustic soloist Sara is self contained with her ukulele, banjolele and voice. As a group Sara and the boys can appear as a:
Trio - Sara, double bass & drums
Quartet - Sara, guitar, double bass & drums
The Quartet allows the band to provide background and foreground music due to the addition of the guitar. The Trio is strictly upbeat and fun!
They supply their own PA system suitable for up to 120 guests and typically perfor 2 x 50min sets although other lengths such as 3 x 30mins can be arranged.
“She has a fantastic voice and her band makes me want to dance, they have that magical element which it's almost impossible to put your finger on! ”
“A beautiful face and beautiful music! ”
“Sara's playing has inspired me to learn the ukulele and play my classic song congratulations and write more number ones. ”
“Even better than Etta James!”
“Simply irresistible…a special one-off.”