The Golden Age Project

Duo Or Quartet Jazz Band In London

Full Band Set Up

The Golden Age Project brings to life the thrill of years gone by with their blend of romantic and seductive jazz classics.

Their image is elegant and reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour with music inspired by a medley of 30’s and 50’s jazz divas with a blues twist. T

They will transport you back in time by playing the classic tunes of Ella Fitzgerald, Julie London, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan and more.

Repertoire List for Duo

  1. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps- Doris Day
  2. Peel me a grape- Diana Krall
  3. Softly as in a morning sunrise
  4. I walk a little faster- Blossom Dearie
  5. I’m in the mood for love- Julie London
  6. Black coffee- Ella Fitzgerald
  7. Misty- Ella Fitzgerald
  8. Whatever Lola Wants- Della Reese
  9. All the things you are- Ella Fitzgerald
  10. Night and Day- Everything but the Girl
  11. No moon at all- Julie London
  12. Blue moon- Billie Holiday
  13. All of me- Billie Holiday
  14. I didn’t know what time it was- Cecile Mclorin Salvant
  15. Whisper not- Ella Fitzgerald
  16. Is you is my baby- Louis Jordan
  17. Big Spender- Peggy Lee
  18. Lullaby of Birdland- Sarah Vaughan
  19. Taking a chance on love- Frank Sinatra
  20. A night in Tunisia- Ella Fitzgerald
  21. No more blues
  22. Steppin out with my baby- Tony Bennett
  23. Fever- Peggy Lee
  24. Right now- Mel Torme
  25. Devil may care- Teri Thornton
  26. They raided the joint—Helen Humes
  27. Love me right- LaVern Baker
  28. My man called me- Big Mama Thornton
  29. Why don’t you do right- Peggy Lee
  30. You can have my husband- Irma Thomas
  31. Crazy he calls me- Billie Holiday
  32. What is this thing called love- Ella Fitzgerald
  33. Love is here to stay- Billie Holiday
  34. Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered- Ella Fitzgerald
  35. I thought about you- Ella Fitzgerald

    Repertoire list for Full Band :
  36. All the things you are- Ella Fitzgerald
  37. A night in Tunisia- Ella Fitzgerald
  38. Baby you’ve got what it takes- Dinah Washington, Brook Benton
  39. Big Spender- Peggy Lee
  40. Blue moon- Billie Holiday
  41. Devil may care- Teri Thornton
  42. Fever- Peggy Lee
  43. Fly me to the moon- Anita O’day
  44. Get out of town- Anita O’Day
  45. I ain’t got nothin’but the blues- Ella Fitzgerald
  46. Is you is my baby- Louis Jordan
  47. I wanna be Evil- Eartha Kit
  48. Love is here to stay- Billie Holiday
  49. Love me right- LaVern Baker
  50. Misty- Ella Fitzgerald
  51. My man called me- Big Mama Thornton
  52. Night and Day- Everything but the Girl
  53. No moon at all- Julie London
  54. No more blues
  55. Peel me a grape- Diana Krall
  56. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps- Doris Day
  57. Real fine daddy- Helen Humes
  58. Red Hot Mama-Rosemary Standley
  59. Right now- Mel Torme
  60. Softly as in a morning sunrise
  61. So many beautiful men- Kitty White
  62. Steppin out with my baby- Tony Bennett
  63. Sweet baby of mine- Ruth Brown
  64. That’s life- Frank Sinatra
  65. They raided the joint—Helen Humes
  66. Voodoo Woman- Koko Taylor
  67. Waiter make mine blues- Anita O’day
  68. Whatever Lola Wants- Della Reese
  69. What is this thing called love- Ella Fitzgerald
  70. Whisper not- Ella Fitzgerald
  71. Why don’t you do right- Peggy Lee
  72. Wild Wild young men- Ruth Brown
  73. Wild women don’t have the blues- Ida Cox
  74. You can have my husband- Irma Thomas
  75. You’re the boss- Jimmy Ricks, Laver Baker
Duo
Why Don’t You Do Right
Whisper Not
Devil May Care

Testimonials

Alp’s Kitchen, Belsize Park:” I can’t speak highly enough of this band, they are professional, talented & sound amazing. The music was exactly what we were looking for and really made the night amazing. Thank you so much again.”

The Court, Private Members Club, Soho: “Sleek and sophisticated, The Golden Age Project are a great addition to our roster of talented musicians, with their authentic sound”

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