Jazzy Jo And The Swing Trio

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  • Number of members: 4

  • Jazz Quartet
  • London

With vocals being compared to bathing in chocolate, Jazzy Jo and The Swing Trio deliver a flawless mixture of Jazz and Modern standards spanning from the 1920's to present day, with swinging rhythms. Previous performances include Shakespeare's Globe, Ronnie Scott's, The National Portrait Gallery & many more!

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Set List / Repertoire

ain't misbehavin - Fats Waller
Basin Street Blues - Spencer Williams
Blue Skies - Irvin Berlin
Bye Bye Blackbird - Ray Henderson
Can’t Help lovin that man of mine - Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein
Careless Love - traditional
Fascinating Rhythm - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Gee Baby, Ain’t I good to you - Don Redman, Andy Razaf
Honeysuckle Rose - Fats Waller – Andy Razaf
I can’t give you anything but love - Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
It had to be you - Isham Jones
I've got a crush on you - George and Ira Gerswin
let's Misbehave - Cole Porter
Love me or Leave me
Mack the knife - Kurt Weill 
Man I Love - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Manhattan - Rogers & Hart
Someone to watch over me - Gershwin
Sometimes I'm happy
Squeeze me
S'wonderful - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Tea for two - Vincent Youmans
There’ll be some changes made - W Benton Overstreet, Billy Higgins
When your smiling

a fine romance - Jerome Kern
All of Me - Gerald Marks
Anything goes - Cole Porter
Blame it on my youth - Oscar Levant and Edward Heyman
Blue Moon - Richard Rogers, Lorenz Hart
body and soul - Edward Heyman, Robert Sour and Frank Eyton
But not for me - George & Ira Gerswin
Cheek to cheek - Irving Berlin
Close your eyes - Bernice Petkere
Comes Love - Sam H Stept, L Brown, C Tobias
Dream a little dream of me - Fabian Andre and Wilbur Schwandt
Falling in love with Love - Rogers and Hart
For all we know Older one
get out of Town - Cole Porter
Getting some fun out of life - Edgar Leslie / Joseph A. Burke
Have you met Miss Jones - Rogers & Hart
How Deep is the Ocean - Irving Berlin
I can't get started - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
I didn't know what time it was - Rogers and Heart
I get a kick - Cole Porter
I get along without you - Hoagy Carmichael
I got rhythm - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
I only have eyes for you - Harry Warren
I thought about you - Jimmy Van Heusen
I’ll be seeing you - Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
I’ve got you under my skin - Cole Porter
In a sentimental Mood - Duke Ellington
In the still of the night - Cole Porter
It ain't necessarily so - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
Its like reaching for the moon - Sherman / Lewis / marqusee
I've got the world on a string - Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Ted Koehler
Just one of those things - Cole Porter
Lady is a tramp - R Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
Let there be love
Let's face the music and dance - Irving Berlin
Love for sale - Cole Porter
Lullaby of Broadway - Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin
Lush life - Bill Strayhorn
Minnie the moocher - Cab Calloway 
My Baby just cares for me - Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
My Funny Valentine - Rogers & Hart
Nearness of you - Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
Night and Day - Cole Porter
On the sunny side of the street - Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
Our love is here to stay - Gershwin
Paper Moon - Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg, Billy Rose
Pennies from Heaven - Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke
Prelude to a kiss - Duke Ellington, I Gordon, I Mills
Say it Isn’t so - Irvin Berlin
September in the rain - Harry Warren, Al Dubin
smile - charles chaplin
Solitude - Duke Ellington, E De Lange, I Mills
Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg
Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, M Parish
summertime - George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
The very thought of you - Ray Nobel
There is no greater love - Isham Jones, Marty Symes
These foolish things - Jack Strachey & Harry Link
They all laughed - George and Ira Gerswin
they can't take that way from me - George and Ira Gerswin
Thrill is gone - Ray Henderson
very thought of you, the
Way you look tonight - Jerome Kern
What a difference a day made - Maria Grever
Willow Weep for me - Anne Ronell
You go to my head - J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie

A Night in Tunisia - Dizzy Gillespie
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin and Jack Strachey
All or Nothing at All - Arthur Altman Jack Lawrence
Almost like being in love - Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner
and the Angels sing - Ziggy Elman and Johnny Mercer
At last - Mack Gordon and Harry Warren
Autumn Leaves - Joseph kosma & Johnny Mercer
Beginning to see the light - Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Harry James
Bewitched, bothered and Bewildered - Rogers & Hart
Beyond the Sea/"La Mer" - Charles Trenet 
Black Coffee - Sonny Burke, Paul Francis Webster
Boy next door - Ralf Blane Hugh Martin
But Beautiful - Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke
Chattanooga Choo Choo - Harry Warren
Come Rain or Come Shine - Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Detour Ahead - Lou Carter, Herb Ellis, John Frigo
Do Nothing till you hear from me - Duke Ellington, Bob Russell
Don’t get around much Anymore - Duke Ellington, Bob Russell
Don't explain - Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog Jr
every time we say goodbye - Cole Porter
Good Morning Heartache - Ervin Drake, D Fisher, I Higginbotham
God Bless the child - Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog, Jr.
Green Dolphin Street - Bronislaw Kaper
Hit that jive jack - John Alston, Skeets Tolbert
How high the moon - Nancy Hamilton 
I could write a book - Rogers & Hart
I fall in love to easily - Jule Styne
I got it bad - Duke Ellington – Paul F Webster
I wish you love - Charles Louis a G Trenet
I’ll look around - Cross, Cory
If I loved you R Rodgers – Oscar Hammerstein
If you love me - Marguerite Monnot
I'm Glad there is you - Jimmy Dorsey and Paul Madeira
Is you is or is you ain’t - Louis Jordan, Billy Austin
It could happen to you Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
It might as well be spring - R Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein
La vie en rose - Édith Piaf 
Lover man
Lucky to be me
Moonlight in Vermont - Karl Suessdorf, John M Blackburn
More I see you, the - Harry Warren, Mack Gordon
My foolish heart
Nature boy - Eden Ahbez
Old Devil moon -Burton Lane
One for my baby
People will say we’re in love - R Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein
Perhaps Perhaps perhaps - Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés
Polka dots and Moonbeams - Jimmy Van Heusen
Round Midnight - C Williams, T Monk, B Hanighen
Route 66 - Bobby Troup
Sentimental Journey - Les Brown, Bud Green, B Homer
Some other time
Take the A Train - Billy Strayhorn
Tenderly - Walter Gross & Jack Lawrance
That old black magic
There will never be another you - Harry Warren
Time after Time
When you wish a upon a star
You can have him - Irvin Berlin
You don’t know what love is - Gene De Paul don Raye
You’ve changed - Carl Fischer, Bill Carey
You'd be so nice to come home to - Cole Porter

All blues - Miles Davis
all the way - Jimmy Van Heusen & Sammy Kahn
baubles bangles and beads - Robert Wright and George Forrest
Best is yet to come - Cy Coleman
Black Orpheus - Luiz Bonfá, Itzhak Perlman
Desafinado - Antonio, Carlos, Jobim
Devil May Care - Warren and Burke's
Fever - Eddie Cooley and "John Davenport" 
Fly me to the moon - Bart Howard
Guess who I saw today - Murray Grand
I put a spell on you - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
I'm a fool to want you - Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, and Joel Herron
It’s All right with me - Cole Porter
Lullaby of birdland - George Shearing
My Favorite things - R Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein
My one and only love
Secret Love - Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster
Social Call - Gigi Gryce, Jon Hendricks
Somethings got to give
Sway - Pablo Beltrain Ruiz – Norman Gimbel
That’s all - Alan Brandt and Bob Haymes
the first time ever i saw your face - Ewan MacColl for Peggy Seeger
Under Paris Skies - Hubert Giraud
Wild is the wind - Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington

A time for Love - Johnny Mandel and Paul Francis Webster
Agua de Beber (water to drink) - Jobim
ain't no mountain high enough - Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson
Alfie - Burt Bacharach
Bare necessities - Terry Gilkyson
Dindi - Antonio Carlos, Jobim, Ray Gilbert
Feeling good - Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse
Gentle Rain - Astrud Gilberto
Hit the road Jack - Percy Mayfield 
for once in my life - Ron Miller and Orlando Murden 
Girl from Ipamena - A C Jobim
How sweet it is to be loved by you - Holland–Dozier
I heard it through the grapevine - Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong
I say a little prayer - Burt Bacharach and Hal David
I wanna be like you - Robert and Richard Sherman
I wish I Knew how it would feel to be free - Harry warren & Mack Gordon
I'll be your baby tonight - Bob Dylan
Knock on wood - Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper
Love - Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler
Make someone happy
Moon River - Henry N Mancini, Johnny Mercer
Mr Bojangles - Jerry Jeff Walker
My way
No More blues – Chega de Saudade
Oh happy day - Edwin Hawkins Singers
Once upon a summertime - Johnny Mercer, Michel Legrand
One note samba
Our day will come - Bob Hilliard and Mort Garson
So Many Stars - Sergio Mendes
Stand by me - Ben e King
That’s Life - Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon
the look of love - Burt Bacharach and Hal David 
the windmills or your mind - Michel legrand
This Guys in Love with you - Burt Bacharach
Up Jumped Spring
Up on the roof - Gerry Goffin and Carole King
We have all the time in the world - John Barry
What a wonderful world Robert Thiele – G Weiss & G Douglas
What are you doing for the rest of your life - Michel legrand
What is this thing called love - Cole Porter
You must believe in spring - Michel legrand – A & M Bergman

A song for you - Leon Russell
Ain’t no sunshine - Bill Withers
All in Love is Fair - Stevie Wonder
always on my mind - Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher, Mark James
And I love you so - Don Mclean
As - Stevie Wonder
Blackbird - Beatles
blame it on the sun - Stevie Wonder
Bridge over troubled waters - Simon and Garfunkles
close to you - Bacharach
could it be magic - Barry Manilow
Crazy little thing called love - Freddie Mercury
Don't you worry bout a thing - Stevie Wonder
every thing must change - Benard Ighner
Feel like making love - Eugene McDaniels
Goodbye to love - Richard Carpenter and John Bettis
I can see clearly now the rain has gone - Johnny Nash
I can't help it - Stevie Wonder
I have a dream - ABBA
If it’s magic - Stevie
Imagine - John Lennon
Is this love (I what to love you) - Bob Marley
Hotel Califonia - Don Felder, Don Henley, and Glenn Frey.
Killing me softly - Charles Fox
Knockin on heavens door - Bob Dylan
Lean on me - Bill Withers
Little trip to heaven - Tom Waits
Love reborn - George Duke
Money Money money - ABBA
Moondance - Van Morrison
Not while I'm around - Stephen Sondheim
Pure imagination - Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
Rainy days and Mondays - Roger Nichols and Paul Williams.
Son of a preacher man - John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins
Spooky - Shapiro and Harry Middlebrooks, Jr
Stuck in the middle with you
Summer Knows - M Legrand, A & M Bergman
We've only just begun - Roger Nichols and Paul Williams
You are the sunshine of my life - Stevie Wonder
You're Never fully dressed with out a smile - Charles Strouse
You've got a friend - Carole King

Dance me to the end of Love - Leonard Cohan
Every Breath you take - Sting
faith - George Michael
Hallelujah - Leonard Cohan
Not a day goes by - Steven Sondheim
Overjoyed - Stevie Wonder
Save you love for me - Johnny Edward
Street life - Crusaders
Sweet Love - Anita Baker
Three little birds - Bob Marley
Walking on Sunshine
With Every Breath You take - Cy Coleman

Bed of Roses - Bon Jovi
Fields of Gold - Sting
Glory box - Portershead
I can’t make you love me - Mike Reid and Allen Shamblin
Make you feel my love - Bob Dylan/ Adele
Sweet Love - Lionel Richie
You make it easy - Beth Hirsch

American Boy
Baby I'm a fool - Melody Gardot
come away with me - Norah Jones
Don’t know why Jesse Harris – Nora Jones
I need a dollar
One day - Melody Gardot
Orange Blossoms in summertime - curtis Lundy and Kurt Elling
Put your records on
Someone like you - Adele
Stronger than me - Amy Winehouse
Valerie - The Zutons
Warwick Avenue - Jimmy Hogarth

James Bond Themes
A view to a kill
All time high
Diamonds are forever
Die Another Day
For your Eyes only
From Russia with love
Licence to Kill
Live and Let Die
Nobody does it better
the living daylights
The man with the golden gun
The world is not enough
Tomorrow Never Dies
You know my Name
You only live twice

Full Biography

* Flawless up & coming Jazz singer with previous peformances at Shakespeare's Globe, Ronnie Scott's, National Portrait Gallery & more!
* A vast repertoire of songs spanning from the 1920's to present day! 
* Trio & Quintet line-ups also available (please see booking options).

Wow, what can I say! Superb! A massive thank you for giving our corporate event at The Grange that extra EXTRA sparkle. Everyone was up and dancing straight away and having a really great time. Your music choices were spot on and you really read the crowd well – great voice too!“ - Jackie Barry (Bechtel Corporate Events Team)

With her warm and velvety voice, Jo is an up and coming jazz singer on the London jazz scene whose vocals have been described as "like bathing in chocolate". She flawlessly sings a mixture of Jazz and modern standards, with swing, latin and funk rhythms accompanied by her talented trio!

Jo's beautiful voice and soulful renditions had everyone on the dance floor and was certainly a highlight of the evening." - Helen Selvey

Previous performances & Venues include:
Resident Singer at City Pipe - London
Supporting Anita Wardell, Tina May, Christine Tobin, Polly Gibbons and Tammy Weiss, to name a few.
606 Club, London
Oxford Jazz Festival
Spice of Life
Ronnie Scotts acoustic bar
National Theatre Foyer
National Portrait Gallery
Jazz Cafe Posk
Cafe in the Crypt
Smollenskys on the Strand
Shakespeare’s Globe
As well as being a regular performer at the Duchess, Roast, Del Aziz, Cafe LaLa, Cafe du Village Wandsworth.


Default lineup: 4 members

Quartet: Female Vocals, Piano or Guitar, Bass & Drums.

* Trio & Quintet options also available (please see booking options).

Performance Times

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“From initial contact to the end of the performance, Jazz Jo and The Swing Trio were a joy to work with. Josephine was so helpful and even made possible an unusual request for me to surprise my daughter with. Their performance was outstanding and added even more class and style to the day. I can’t thank them enough for being so wonderful and talented.”

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