Tracy Coleman - Female Singer - Bermondsey, London

Tracy Coleman - Female Singer | Bermondsey, London

(2 Reviews)5.0
Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Bermondsey, London
Performs: Worldwide
From: £300
Tracy has a 7 piece band, "Plum Busby", performing unlikely covers & some original material, enjoying an eclectic mix of genres. Jazz, Folk, Blues, Pop, Music Hall, Latin, Country. Also works as a duo upwards to seven. She also has a one woman show "Bless Em All" on WW1
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Seven Piece Band, "Plum Busby", comprising of a lead female vocalist, a backing female vocalist, pianist, bass, drums, male vocalist/guitarist (stand up comedian), chromatic harmonica player or other wind instrumentalist or possibly accordion, diatonic harmonica and string player.
Skipping from genre to genre with unusual covers and occasional originals.
Tracy also performs a one woman show "Bless Em All" on the music of WW1 which included music from the time along with original pieces by Paul Sand. This goes out with a piano player and a projector screen for images. Cur ...


The latest set list: In The Summertime, Our Day Will Come, Under The Bed, Monkey Man, Hexamshire Lass, Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens, Silver Dagger, Angie Baby, Stay Down Here Where You Belong (Irving Berlin), What A Wonderful World, The A Train, My Boy Lollipop, Strawberries, How Long Has This Been Going On?, Come Into My Kitchen, My Heart Belongs To Daddy, I've Got A Brand New Pair Of Roller Skates, Dimming Of The Day, Carey, Es EL Sol, Raspberry Beret, Cielito Lindo.
The Songs from my one woman show "Bless Em All" include: Bless Em All, Just A Song A Twilight, If It Wasn't For The 'O ...


Though principally a singer Tracy graduated from Middlesex University with a BA in Performing Arts majoring in Dance and began her career in cabaret, sharing the bill with Tommy Cooper amongst others.
Her performance credits span playing Principal Girl to Lynda Baron’s Principal Boy in panto to singing with a twelve piece salsa band, (Cayenne). She has supported Nina Simone at Ronnie Scott’s and sung with Dean Friedman and Ian Shaw at such venues as The 606, The Vortex and The Pizza Express Dean Street. She promotes and is lead singer in the seven piece band Plum Busby playing regularl ...

Reviews     (2 Reviews)

Tracy Coleman - Female Singer - Bermondsey, London Event Location: Gallery Different, Percy Street, Fitzrovia, W1 Event Type: Independent Gig 10th October 2015
If you ever see this band advertised, do your best to get to hear (and see) it. It's a duo comprising Tracy Coleman, voice, and Stuart Hall, various guitars. Tracy sang with us during the summer and was sensational and Stuart has played with us many times on double bass always to huge appreciation for his musicianship and eccentricity. And Plum Busby, which can expand and contract like the Elastic Band, sing and play from an eclectic songbook of many styles, with an accent on good tunes, wit and virtuosity. If you don't like them, I'll refund your entrance fee and have you sectioned.
Reviewed by: Dick Laurie
Tracy Coleman - Female Singer - Bermondsey, London Event Location: The Horse, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 Event Type: Pub gig 27th May 2011
If you want something completely different, musically speaking, you probably need an evening with the unique Plum Busby, Theirs is an original mixture of humour and sauce in the direction of Weimar cabaret or gutsy Weil: Blitz music-hall, Harlem jazz, lonesome Bluegrass, Las Vegas glitz, and then something else on top. Ah yes, the invigorating presence of the incomparable force that is lead singer Tracy Coleman. Funny, friendly and luscious, Tracy Coleman is the singer, dancer and incidental comedienne who provides the honeyed va-va-voom that sticks the show together. Her backing singer, adept harmoniser and perfect foil is the gamine Mandy Carlton. Versatile and creative Stuart Hall can't get a word in, so he just makes more music on an impressive range of instruments. Founding father of the group and self-appointed master of ceremonies is the multi-talented guitar and vocals man Huw Thomas, a dab hand at playing two recorders simultaneously, though his preliminaries try to persuade ...
Reviewed by: Patricia Morris, London Grip

Previous Clients

The Hideaway, Streatham,
The Pheasantry, Pizza Express
Middlesex University
The Nightingale

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