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Who's that Girl?

English jazz singer Noelle Vaughn is quickly making a name for herself as one of the most sultry and captivating vocalists on the UK scene. With her rich, velvety voice and effortless stage presence, Vaughn has been wowing audiences with her soulful renditions of classic jazz standards and original compositions.


Vaughn's talent and charisma have earned her some high-profile gigs, including performing at Eamonn Holmes' 60th birthday party and sharing the stage with The Jive Aces as a special guest, appearing at the prestigious Ronnie Scott's in London and on BBC Radio London every Wednesday on the Jo Goode show. These performances have only solidified her reputation as a sought-after performer, with regular gigs at some of the region's top jazz clubs and venues.


Vaughn's smooth and sultry style has earned her comparisons to jazz legends such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Doris Day and Amy Winehouse; but her unique voice and approach to the genre set her apart as a true original. Her dedication to her craft and passion for jazz make her a rising star in the UK music scene.


In addition to her live performances, Vaughn has also been making waves with her recorded music, including her debut album, "Bewitched" and follow up album "Too Darn Hot." Her current recording work features original compositions and classic jazz standards co-written with Amy Winehouse's ex-guitarist, Robin Banerjee. The album showcases Vaughn's versatility as a vocalist, with tracks ranging from slow, smoky ballads to upbeat swing tunes.


Jazz fans in the UK and beyond should keep an eye out for this talented vocalist as she continues to make her mark on the music world. With her talent, passion, and drive, Noelle Vaughn is sure to continue delighting audiences for years to come.

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