Pippa Wilson is the jazz singer that everyone tells everyone else about. She has the rare vocal quality that snaps audiences to full attention, swinging hot or cool with the great standards from the 1920’s through to the 50’s and beyond. Singing jazz since 1979 she made her debut with the New Harlem Jazz Band.
Before starting her career as a jazz vocalist Pippa Wilson wooed audiences from Wrest Point to Tokyo, through Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Jakarta with the more popular songs of the time. In 1989 Ms Wilson formed her own group known as the Pippa Wilson Swingtet, seducing audiences with style and sophistication.
Ms. Wilson has been featured on A.B.C. T.V. and made numerous appearances on all the commercial television stations. Pippa was a featured singer in the film “Death Of A Soldier” in which she performed the song “Soldier Boy Blues”.
Hearing Pippa Wilson is about experiencing a singer with immense vocal technique. The notes dip and flow with the ease that comes from artistry of a high calibre which has made her one of the most sought after and admired performers on the Australian jazz scene. Long term residencies consolidated her reputation as one of the hottest singers on the Melbourne jazz circuit.
As a performer, Ms. Wilson comes on like champagne cut with bitters, as she effortlessly enchants all kinds of audiences with her vitality and warmth. “When Pippa Wilson sings, audiences are swung and love it”.
All Ms. Wilson’s recordings may be purchased online from the website http://pippawilson.com.