Sarah Moule’s professional career began singing in Soho bars in the mid 1990s. She joined the John Wilson Orchestra in 1996 and remained with the band until 2002 when the first of her four CDs, ‘It’s A Nice Thought’, which featured songs by Fran Landesman and Simon Wallace, was released on Linn Records. This was followed by ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ (2004, Linn Records), ‘A Lazy Kind of Love’ (2008, Red Ram Records) and ‘Songs From The Floating World’ (2014, Red Ram Records), and she is now acknowledged as one of the foremost interpreters of Landesman lyrics.
She has been a featured artist at the Southbank Centre and performed in all of London’s major jazz rooms, from Ronnie Scott’s Club to the Royal Albert Hall in ensembles ranging from piano and voice to jazz quartet (Simon Wallace – piano, Mick Hutton – bass, Paul Robinson – drums), to a three year tenure with Sound of 17 big band and on occasion singing with symphony orchestra. She performed with Capital City Jazz Orchestra at Brecon Jazz Festival in 2016 and toured with Bob Dorough on his last two visits to the UK. Sarah has performed at the Welsh Proms and Scarborough, Swanage, Ealing and London Jazz Festivals amongst many others. She was invited by British tenorman Duncan Lamont to perform his Songbook in London alongside Norma Winstone MBE. Sarah is currently recording her fifth CD.
Simon Wallace has had a 40 year international career as a composer, performer, musical director, and record producer. He grew up in South Wales, studied piano and cello at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and graduated in music from University College Oxford before studying with jazz musicians in London and New York.