Jazz fans can enjoy a nostalgic musical trip through a
contemporary lens when Goddesses of Jazz pirouettes into the spotlight
at Drysdale’s Potato Shed.
The performance is a celebration of the women who made
our collective spirits soar when they sang.
Jennifer Vuletic and Ruth Katerelos join
forces with concert pianist Graham Clark to take a spin around some songs made
sensational over the decades by the likes of Nina Simone, Judy Garland, Piaf,
Billie Holiday, Madeleine Peyroux, Dusty Springfield, Peggy Lee and more.
Goddesses of Jazz will be performed on Saturday 14 October at 8:00pm.
Tickets can be obtained by visiting the event page.
Mayor Trent Sullivan
to welcome the high-energy act featuring two experienced and well-credentialled
Jennifer and Ruth are coming to the Potato Shed from
sell-out shows at the Butterfly Club and Chapel off Chapel in Melbourne.
Goddesses of Jazz has a reputation for
captivating the audience with its songs and stories of life, love, and
We’re really fortunate to have a performance space
that continues to attract high-quality acts and I encourage everyone to come to
Drysdale and experience this level of entertainment for themselves.
I'm excited to be joining Jennifer in presenting this show as we make our maiden appearance in Drysdale.
We’re very much looking forward to
visiting the Potato Shed as a new experience.
We sing songs from really gusty artists
who left a huge impact on the music industry.
The audience response to this show -
where we tell stories about the songs and the artists, along with our
experiences of the songs - has been fantastic.