Wayne Ellington sings Nat 'king' Cole on thu 21st July 2016
Nat King Cole was an original, selling in excess of 30 million records during his career. His voice unmistakeable and completely unique, loved the world over and especially here in the UK. Every generation since his death has fallen in love with the King’s voice and music.
Wayne Ellington’s voice is warm, silky and smooth; his tone suits Nat King Cole’s songs perfectly. Wayne doesn\'t mimic Nat King Cole; he plays tribute to a legend that left us far too early.
He sings all the songs we know and love so well, with honesty and complete respect. plays His show is a beautiful tribute to the great man, his voice will leave you tingling and spellbound, this is a show not to be missed!
Music Genres: Jazz
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