Purchase a hard copy of Olivia Chindamo's debut album "Keep An Eye On Spring" featuring Olivia Chindamo (vocals), Philip Rex (bass), Hue Blanes (piano), Sam Bates (drums), Phil Noy (saxophone), Ross Irwin (trumpet) and guests, Graeme Lyall (saxophone), James Macaulay (trombone) and Ben Edgar (guitar).
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Keep An Eye On Spring (2015)
At only 23, Olivia's debut album marks the beginning of what is proving to be a very promising career. Her album features a combination of jazz standards and originals and showcases her unique vocal talents and an impressive band that includes Hue Blanes (piano), Phil Rex (bass), Sam Bates (drums), Phil Noy (sax) and Ross Irwin (trumpet). Also featuring on this album are special guests James Macaulay (trombone), Ben Edgar (guitar) and jazz royalty, Graeme Lyall.
Olivia is best known for her ability to improvise or “scat” - especially at fiery bebop tempos, but her talent doesn’t end there. With an incredibly versatile, yet unique voice, Olivia is able to deliver everything from a speedy swing tune to a heart-breaking ballad. She has a love for all things vintage and enjoys paying tribute to the show tunes of the 1930s and 1940s, that we all recognise as “jazz standards” today.
In 2014, Olivia Chindamo took the Melbourne jazz scene by storm after winning James Morrison’s Generations In Jazz Vocal Scholarship. Since her win, she has become one of the most sought-after jazz vocalists in the country and has performed to sold-out audiences of all sizes including the Jazz On The Green Music Festival in Darwin and Twilight At Taronga Zoo in Sydney with none other than James Morrison himself.
1. Cheek To Cheek
2. Secret Love
3. It Could Happen To You
4. Axis (feat. Ben Edgar)
5. Mean To Me
7. But Not For Me (feat. James Macaulay)
8. My Foolish Heart
9. Impossible (feat. Graeme Lyall)
10. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (feat. Graeme Lyall)
Watch the promotional video for a sample of the album tracks and for a look behind the scenes: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dtzc-ynqj-U&feature=youtu.be
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Olivia Chindamo Melbourne, Australia
Australian jazz vocalist, Olivia Chindamo is a Melbourne based musician who is best known for her natural and effortless ability to improvise or “scat”. Her recent win of the Generations In Jazz Vocal Scholarship at James Morrison’s GIJ Festival ‘14 has brought her voice into the spotlight, making her one of Melbourne’s most sought after jazz vocalists.
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