The Three Ladies of Blues bring jazz to Babylon club
The Three Ladies of Blues are offering an outstanding performance at Babylon with the combination of three different voices that are unique in their own way.
The trio – Joan Faulkner, Harriet Lewis and Joanne Bell – pay respect to a wide range of jazz, blues and gospel legends like Bessie Smith, Billy Holiday and Dinah Washington. Faulkner started her music career at the age of 3, singing in the church chorus and by the age of 14 was already managing the chorus alone.
Philadelphia-born Lewis performed all around the world in order to support American troops and the acts of artists such as Mariah Carey, Eric Clapton and Michael Jackson. Bell first appeared on stage at the age of 4 as a part of a “Singing in The Rain” musical. Her acting career includes roles such as Carmen and Tosca, and she holds a degree in improvisation. The trio is ready to take over the festival with a magnificently sexy, strong and vivid performance, guiding the audience on a journey in time back to Harlem’s golden age.