BBC Radio 2 Artist of the Year nominee at the BBC Jazz Awards, Ray Gelato has played for the Queen, opened for Robbie Williams at London's Royal Albert Hall and entertained a star-studded guest list at Paul McCartney's wedding. Ray Gelato is a maestro of swing and jazz, an entertainer and saxophone player of the first degree
National TV appearances on This Morning, Top of the Pops 2, the VE Day Concert in Trafalgar Square and BBC 1?s Strictly Dance Fever have firmly established Ray Gelato as the ?King of Swing?. Ray and his powerful seven piece ?Giants Orchestra? have one of the most entertaining, energetic and swinging shows on the live music circuit today.
"Nobody else dares treat British jazz audiences with such blatant showmanship." Evening Standard
"There was a titanic tenor sax battle between Gelato and Alex Garnett, a singalong vocal, instrumental breaks, and off-beat clapping for the audience, and that was just in the first number!!" The Times
"High octane performance" The Mirror
"Taking swing to the masses?.sheer fun and enjoyment" The Times
Added by mavit on January 22, 2006