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Jeanie Lambe

b. 23 Dec 1940, Scotland. Lambe sang at age 17 using the Clyde Valley Stompers and for quite some time she worked within the London region with a number of rings including Kenny Ball, Chris Barber, Acker Bilk and Alex Welsh. Steadily, her fame pass on, partly due to looks at many worldwide jazz celebrations where she frequently sang with little groupings led by her hubby Danny Moss. With him, she spent amount of time in Australia, residing there in the beginning of the 90s but carrying on to tour each year either in the us or European countries. During her profession Lambe provides sung with contemporary and mainstream jazz music artists including Monty Alexander, Ben Webster, Budd Johnson, Oscar Peterson, Crazy Costs Davison, Kenny Davern, Joe Move and Pal Tate. Over time, Lambe’s voice provides subtly darkened, adding better texture for an currently fluid drum.

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