The Jazzy Juke Acoustic Duo is comprised of two of London's most exciting musicians, with a wide-range of experience in numerous genres, having performed in some of the country's most prestigious venues, including Ronnie Scott's, the 606 Club, Glastonbury Music Festival, the Barbican and more. Coming together to form a soulful and captivating acoustic duo, these musicians are guaranteed to have you dancing and singing along to create a night you won't forget!
- Cameron Skerrow is guitarist and musician living in London. A recent graduate of the jazz course at the Guildhall School Of Music and Drama, he has been fortunate enough to perform with some of the country's finest jazz musicians, including Julian Arguelles, Mike Walker, Chris Batchelor, Jacqui Dankworth and Liane Carroll. He has also sat in on a number of West End shows, including the Lion King, A Chorus Line and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. Most recently he has contributed his guitar work on an album by trombonist/vocalist Rick Taylor (Elton John, George Michael, Gil Evans), which is to be released later this year.
- Phoebe Katis, classically trained on piano and vocals, with years of experience across jazz, pop, blues and soul genres, is one of London and Kent's most in-demand session and function musicians. Her soaring soulful voice is both technically beautiful and emotionally captivating, with many an audience finding themselves spellbound by her performances. Her influences as a vocalist stretch across a mixture of eras, styles and genres, most notably jazz/soul (Ella Fitzgerald, Randy Crawford, Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse, to name a few). As both a solo performer and frontwoman for various bands, Phoebe has an enchanting presence which brings a sense of ease and charm to the evening. Phoebe has also appeared as part of BBC Woman's Hour, as well as for own recent sold-out performance at Pizza Express Jazz Club.