On Thursday April 4th at Paris Cat Jazz Club come and see Jen Salisbury and her incredible band perform all the tunes live from her latest album, Call of the Wild.
Tickets available now HERE
Jen Salisbury presents “Call of the Wild”
Call of the Wild is the second album by Jen Salisbury and her team of talented musicians. The songs are filled with vintage style jazz flair and fun.
Jen Salisbury’s voice and delivery are inspired by the likes of Doris Day, Julie London and Billie Holiday.
On Thursday April 4 at Paris Cat Jazz Club you will hear the songs performed by a lineup of Melbourne’s top jazz musicians including:
Voice: Jennifer Salisbury
Trumpet: Daimon Brunton
Guitar: Samuel O’halloran
Piano: Selene Messinis
Tenor Sax: Paul Van Ross
Trombone: Callum Mintzis
Double Bass: Hiroki Hoshino
Drums: Kieran Rafferty
Jen Salisbury is a warm, caring person, filled with empathy and a kind of contagious energy. She is also a singer with a very special affinity to vintage jazz, an inherent sense of swing and a very characteristic vibrato. She has been demonstrating all these qualities singing standards with her trio for a few years now, but it was when she presented herself as a songwriter – with Unspoken Rule – that she got to really blossom. Now she has a sophomore album ready, Call of the Wild –which further establishes her songwriting qualities and commitment to creating a songbook all of her own. If the first album was an anatomy of a love story, a theme that anyone can relate to, this one is really personal. It is an introspection, a collection of contemplative essays in vintage-jazz-form on growing up, on trying to find yourself and pursue your dreams, whilst – or despite of – facing the challenges and obligations of adulthood. A theme, that is, that anyone can relate to, once again.
Nikos Fotakis - Australian Jazz net