Singer Marvin Muoneké has a voice that has been often referred to as rich, deep and smooth. Bringing the songs and sounds of mid-twentieth century jazz to modern listeners of all ages, Marvin possesses a rare and beautiful presence that can light up any audience within seconds. In addition to singing, Marvin also plays the trumpet and flugelhorn, and he has appeared on The Voice UK and Britain’s Got Talent. Over the last ten years, Marvin has performed in many theatres and clubs at home and abroad, including the Concorde Club, Pizza Express Holborn, the London Palladium and the Pavilion Gabriel on Champs-Élysées in Paris. He’s often billed as “The young man with the old soul” and once you hear his voice and style, you’ll know why.
Guitarist Richard Llewelyn was brought up in a jazz mad household and has been playing music since 1970 . As well as accompanying Marvin, he works regularly with saxophonist Tony Roberts and vocalists Sarah Griffiths and Rebecca Chambers.
Nat King Cole was an American singer and pianist. Cole’s career as a jazz vocalist started in the late 1930s and spanned almost three decades where he recorded over a hundred songs that became hits in the charts. The King Cole Trio became the top-selling group on Capitol records in the 1940s, and became the model for small jazz ensembles that followed. Some of his most notable vocal performances include ‘Unforgettable’, ‘Smile’ ‘Nature Boy’ and ‘Let There Be Love’.