Three Little Birds

Three Little Birds are a trio of singers performing close-harmony arrangements of popular jazz standards. They can accompany themselves on guitar, piano and trumpet, and are also available up to six members to include double bass, guitar and saxophone.


Performance times: Negotiable.

Three Little Birds sing classic jazz standards, specially arranged for three-part close-harmony. Think of The Andrews Sisters, but a little more jazz than cabaret. The singers are also instrumentalists, and can accompany each other on guitar, piano and trumpet. The group can be augmented by adding double bass, guitar, sax and, occasionally, drums. One of the group’s regular collaborators, guitarist Matt Wall, has written the majority of the arrangements specifically for the band. Other arrangements have come from the singers themselves, sometimes concocted as a team effort at rehearsals, and sometimes written as a solo effort. Some of the arrangements incorporate Vocalese interpretations of some famous instrumental solos.

As a versatile project, all budgets can be catered for – the basic trio of three singers won’t break the bank, but if you really want to go large you can have the full sextet, or even add drums to make it a lucky 7.

The members all have lots of experience as singers in their own groups, as well as working together at weddings, corporate events, jazz clubs, parties and more. Not only are they fabulous singers, but they always take care to coordinate their stage wear in a fun way, so they’re an audio and visual treat. Book them today to add fun and glamour to your event.




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If you have any questions or wish to make an enquiry about booking this jazz band to play at a wedding reception, party, corporate event, jazz festival, or if you are planning to hire experienced jazz musicians to play live at your special occasion visit our enquiries page – don’t worry, a quote is completely non-binding, and we’ll be happy to talk you through the process.