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Deelee Dubé Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Deelee Dubé
7 months ago
Dear fans, friends, and supporters!
I am super excited and cannot wait to perform for you all this autumn at the Royal Albert Hall. In the meantime, stay happy and be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible via this link:
https://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2023

About Deelee Dubé

‘A beguiling soulfulness’ ~ Jazz Times, Jan/Feb 2017

“Exploring the cello tones that informed her bottom register (and were reminiscent of The Divine One herself)”
~ Downbeat (Sarah Vaughan Intl. Jazz Vocal Competition, 2016 review, 23rd November 2016)

'A voice of deep grainy power ... Dubé has a quick-witted musicality' - Daily Telegraph, January 2017

“[…] the eventual winner, London chanteuse Deelee Dubé, displayed a beguiling soulfulness and a relaxed, solid sense of swing.” ~Jazztimes (Sarah Vaughan Intl. Jazz Vocal Competition, 2016 review, 23rd November 2016)

'The rich tones of Dubé’s voice immediately brought a hint of her idol [Sarah] Vaughan ... the high notes ringing bell-like with the resonant tones of bassist Jay Dervish' - Cabaret Scenes, January 2017

"Authentic, swinging, soulful: Here's to Deelee Dubé, NJPAC's 5th Sarah Vaughan vocal comp winner! The Divine One is smiling from on high!" ~John Schreiber NJPAC President and CEO


Winner of the 2016 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, Deelee Dubé (pronounced Doo-bay, accented “é”) is one of the most gifted vocalists to have emerged from the London scene in many years. Embodying a stellar African musical lineage, the eclectic tastes of a London upbringing and a deep love and respect for the jazz tradition, Deelee possesses what Jazz Times called ‘a warm tone, genuine blues feeling, and easy rhythmic authority.’

Deelee’s late father was the famed South African jazz pianist Jabu Nkosi; her grandfather another legendary figure from the country’s music scene, saxophonist and bandleader Zacks (Isaac) Nkosi. Deelee was brought up with music all around her and formed her first band at the age of 14. She attended the BRIT School for arts and music, and received formal voice sessions under Anton Browne later studying under vocalist Clare Foster, and forming the first of many musical relationships with jazz pianist Roland Perrin. She has most recently been under the private tutelage of Jazz vocalist and teacher Rachel Gould and Renato D’Aiello as a mentor.

A regular performer at the legendary London venue Ronnie Scott’s with saxophonist Renato D'Aiello, Deelee has played at the Hackney Empire, The Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Troubadour, Pizza Express (Dean St.) Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, 12 Bar, Bush Hall, Caffe Chioggia (Venice, Italy), the Royal Albert Hall, 606 Club, The Troubadour, and many other venues large and small. She has appeared in music videos for Florence & The Machine and BarclayCard, and in April 1998 performed in the chorus of Mark-Anthony Turnage's Greek at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
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Genres:
Popular Songs From The Heart, Blues, Jazz, Singer Songwriter, Soulful
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

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Latest Post

Deelee Dubé
7 months ago
Dear fans, friends, and supporters!
I am super excited and cannot wait to perform for you all this autumn at the Royal Albert Hall. In the meantime, stay happy and be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible via this link:
https://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2023
Deelee Dubé's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About Deelee Dubé

‘A beguiling soulfulness’ ~ Jazz Times, Jan/Feb 2017

“Exploring the cello tones that informed her bottom register (and were reminiscent of The Divine One herself)”
~ Downbeat (Sarah Vaughan Intl. Jazz Vocal Competition, 2016 review, 23rd November 2016)

'A voice of deep grainy power ... Dubé has a quick-witted musicality' - Daily Telegraph, January 2017

“[…] the eventual winner, London chanteuse Deelee Dubé, displayed a beguiling soulfulness and a relaxed, solid sense of swing.” ~Jazztimes (Sarah Vaughan Intl. Jazz Vocal Competition, 2016 review, 23rd November 2016)

'The rich tones of Dubé’s voice immediately brought a hint of her idol [Sarah] Vaughan ... the high notes ringing bell-like with the resonant tones of bassist Jay Dervish' - Cabaret Scenes, January 2017

"Authentic, swinging, soulful: Here's to Deelee Dubé, NJPAC's 5th Sarah Vaughan vocal comp winner! The Divine One is smiling from on high!" ~John Schreiber NJPAC President and CEO


Winner of the 2016 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, Deelee Dubé (pronounced Doo-bay, accented “é”) is one of the most gifted vocalists to have emerged from the London scene in many years. Embodying a stellar African musical lineage, the eclectic tastes of a London upbringing and a deep love and respect for the jazz tradition, Deelee possesses what Jazz Times called ‘a warm tone, genuine blues feeling, and easy rhythmic authority.’

Deelee’s late father was the famed South African jazz pianist Jabu Nkosi; her grandfather another legendary figure from the country’s music scene, saxophonist and bandleader Zacks (Isaac) Nkosi. Deelee was brought up with music all around her and formed her first band at the age of 14. She attended the BRIT School for arts and music, and received formal voice sessions under Anton Browne later studying under vocalist Clare Foster, and forming the first of many musical relationships with jazz pianist Roland Perrin. She has most recently been under the private tutelage of Jazz vocalist and teacher Rachel Gould and Renato D’Aiello as a mentor.

A regular performer at the legendary London venue Ronnie Scott’s with saxophonist Renato D'Aiello, Deelee has played at the Hackney Empire, The Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Troubadour, Pizza Express (Dean St.) Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, 12 Bar, Bush Hall, Caffe Chioggia (Venice, Italy), the Royal Albert Hall, 606 Club, The Troubadour, and many other venues large and small. She has appeared in music videos for Florence & The Machine and BarclayCard, and in April 1998 performed in the chorus of Mark-Anthony Turnage's Greek at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Show More
Genres:
Popular Songs From The Heart, Blues, Jazz, Singer Songwriter, Soulful
Hometown:
London, United Kingdom

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