Carole Rees-Jones | Cabaret Singer | Recording Artiste | Wales
Carole Rees Jones - Professional Headline Singer and Recording Artist from Wales is available worldwide.
Ideal for Personal Parties, Golf Club and Cruise Ship entertainment when she is not treading the boards with her “Dorothy Squires Tribute” Show.
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Carole Rees-Jones is a female personality Cabaret Artist based in but working the whole of Wales and the Midlands. Available immediately for cruise work. Client feedback: “It was an excellent evening , fun was had by all. Carole did us proud. Every body loved her. We will kept her in mind for future events. Thanks for all your help.” Regards. David.
Carole is also available with her Tribute to Dorothy Squires Show, currently available for performances in theatres UK.
Dorothy Squires (25 March 1915 – 14 April 1998) was a Welsh vocalist.
Among her recordings were versions of “A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening”, “I’m in the Mood for Love”, “Anytime”, “If You Love Me (Really Love Me)” and “And So to Sleep Again”.
Cruise ship contracts always welcome.
You can buy a copy of Carole’s cd from HMV in Cardiff.
The traditional pastimes of the South Wales area include rugby and music. Today music ranges from the traditional Welsh Male Voice choirs of the Valleys such as Treorchy Male Choir to the South Wales hardcore scene which plays a dominant role in the Cardiff music scene. Bands such as Lostprophets, Bullet for My Valentine, Feeder, Stereophonics, Manic Street Preachers, Funeral for a Friend, The Automatic, Skindred, Foreign Legion, Kids In Glass Houses and The Blackout all come from the South Wales area.
In the nineteenth and earlier twentieth centuries there was a vigorous literary and musical culture centred round Eisteddfodau held in the area. Despite a few timid attempts to emulate this literature in English, it can be argued that few writers seem to connect either with the landscape or the literary tradition. The one exception, to some extent, can be considered to be Dylan Thomas.
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