Sarah has joined award-winning songwriter and saxophonist Duncan Lamont's 'The Other Side Of The Rainbow' - featuring Tina May (voice), Esther Bennett (voice), John Crawford (piano), Simon Little (bass) and Steve Taylor (drums) and Duncan himself. May and July dates
Sarah has also joined Dick Esmond's Sound of 17 Big Band - concerts at Drayton House Hotel, Ealing, last Wednesday of the month
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NEW CD COMING AUTUMN 2014
Femmes Fatales: Don't Fall In Love With Me Live Recording from Charlton House
Live recording with Simon Wallace at the 606 Club, London
NEW CD coming soon.
New 6 track EP SONGS FOR SCARLET WOMEN on sale at gigs only.
'Out of all the great gigs I have seen featuring singers, I have to pick the massively underrated Sarah Moule at the 2009 Swangage Festival' Brian Blain on his performance highlights 1996-2011 in Jazz UK's 15th Anniversary Issue, August 2011
To contact Sarah about vocal coaching go to the links page
Sarah & Simon Wallace won the FARRAGO POETRY SPECIAL AWARD 2011 and were nominated again in 2013
FEMMES FATALES - SONGS FOR SCARLET WOMEN
'Compelling' , 'empowering' and 'highly original' was the audience reaction to this new show. Femmes Fatales celebrates this iconic figure in all her feisty glory as heroine, heartbreaker, rule-breaker and role model and was devised with the great American lyricist Fran Landesman who died in July 2011.
Sarah worked closely with Landesman and her writing partner Simon Wallace (“one of the finest songwriting partnerships” The Observer) for over a decade, recording three highly aclaimed CDs featuring their work.
The show examines an archetype that has existed throughout history from Eve and Cleopatra to Mata Hari and Film Noir, using songs to probe what might lie beneath the surface.
Fran Landesman passed away on Saturday 23rd July 2011. An absolute original and part of Sarah and Simon Wallace's lives for 17 years. She'll be truly missed. See www.franlandesman.com for gigs featuring her work plus biog, lyrics and photos.
Volume 1 of the Landesman/Wallace Songbook is now available from email@example.com
Guest artist on Mick Hutton's new CD KNACKERED ACADEMICS read more
A Lazy Kind Of Love now available as CD quality download
and mp3 from Linn Records and also available on ITUNES and Amazon.co.uk
Praise for 'A Lazy Kind Of Love'
'Without doubt one of the UK's leading jazz vocalists'
Steve Rubie, 606 Club
'It's a great album - brilliant... and her singing is so assured...and sexy' BBC Radio 3 Presenter Claire Martin
'A Lazy Kind of Love... is a little treasure' Dave Gelly, The Observer
'What a fine voice. A Lazy Kind of Love' is excellent, worth anybody's money' Russell Davies, BBC Radio 2
'One of the best jazz vocalists in the UK. Original tunes you can actually remember and Sarah Moule's truly outstanding voice get under your skin' Jazz UK
'An album I'm getting good vibes from...she never fails to vocally impress' In Tune Magazine
'impeccably delivered...with equal ease and assurance' Chris Parker, The Vortex
Latest CD 'A Lazy Kind Of Love' (Red Ram Records RAM001), released 23rd June 2008. Surprising and seductive songs by Clive James and Pete Atkin, Julie Burchill, Fran Landesman and Simon Wallace, Joe Henry, Styne/Cahn, and Bob Dorough/Terrell Kirk Jnr, played by an all-star band Full Details
Tracks from A Lazy Kind Of Love included in documentary
Free MP3 Downloads
Every few weeks a new (unreleased) track will be available to download only from this site. Download here
Sarah sings on Pete Atkin's new cd, 'Midnight Voices' (Hillside Music), Volume 1 of the Clive James/Pete Atkin Songbook. Now available from Red Ram Records
NEXT GIG Monday 7th April, Jazz Club @ Pizza Express, Dean St., Soho
FEMMES FATALES - new dates spring and autumn 2014
New show WHEN PEGGY MET ELLA, Spring tour 2014
A PORTRAIT OF MISS PEGGY LEE
A new 6 track EP is available at gigs only. It's called Songs for Scarlet Women EP.
Have you heard Sarah's CD, 'A Lazy Kind Of Love' (Red Ram Records RAM001)? Click on the Music link to hear tracks and buy the cd. Acknowledged as her finest recording to date, it has received rave reviews from both press and public.