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The Mo Pleasure Band - Standing Room Tickets

Bass legend Mo Pleasure makes his debut here at Hideaway Jazz Club London
Saturday, 5th May 2018
Doors 8.45pm, Show 9pm
£15.00
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Please note that entry for holders of Standing Room tickets into the club is strictly after 8.45pm.

Bass legend, multi-instrumentalist and former musical director of Earth Wind and Fire, the one and only Mo Pleasure makes his Hideaway debut Featuring the vocal talents of Ivy Chanel and an all-star band, we're all set for some high class groove action and a party not to miss!

Mo has played piano and keyboards for many artists. He was musical director for Earth Wind and Fire, performed with Michael Jackson for This Is It, and has played with performers including George Duke, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Naiee, Mary J. Blige, Chaka Khan, Roberta Flack, Natalie Cole, Frankie Beverly and Maze and more, as well as appearing the 2009 Michael Jackson documentary ‘This Is It’ and Janet Jackson's film ‘Janet: Live in Hawaii’.

Ivy Chanel

Philly native Soul Singer / songwriter, part African American, French and Native American Ivy Chanel (younger sister of hall of fame inductee DJ Cash Money) joins Mo Pleasure for this one-off show. Having performed for Presidents and other dignitaries around the world and worked with award winning artists and producers; Q-tip, Scratch Professor, Biz Markie, MBE Omar Lye-fook, Mo Pleasure, The Temper Trap, Curtis Richardson, Freedom C+C Music Factory, DJ Kazu to name a few, Ivy Chanel is also a sought after vocal coach described by Simon Cowell as “Fantastic”, she has tutored a few artists from his camp such as Otise Williaims (JLS). Ivy has also worked with Anthony Duncan (Flawless), contestants from Missy Elliot’s ‘Road to Stardom and The Voice.
 
Ivy Chanel’s heritage is a huge part of who she is as an artist and she represents her Native American roots as strongly as her African American ones: “There’s so much more to our story, past and present. I wish to be a conduit for greater awareness and understanding using my God given talent”.