Fleur Stevenson


There's No sweeter sound…

An alluringly graceful and charismatic jazz singer with a charming off-beat sense of humour, Fleur Stevenson performs a tastefully modern take on a variety of much-loved jazz standards, latin favourites and vintage flavoured originals. Claire Martin taught, Fleur is a skilled improviser and has a tone that has been likened to that of Julie London. Truly engaged with what makes jazz singing special, her silky voice and sparkling presentation make for a truly captivating performance.

A local talent making waves in the jazz world, Fleur has performed at numerous high profile venues across the UK, including Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, Soho's Pizza Express Jazz Club and the 606 Club. 

Vocals - Fleur Stevenson (www.fleurstevensonjazz.co.uk) Piano - Chris Neill (www.chrisneill.co.uk) Produced and engineered by Chris Kalcov (www.chriskalcov.3gsounds.co.uk) "Cry Me a River" is a popular American torch song, written by Arthur Hamilton and first published in 1953, and made famous in the version by Julie London, 1955.