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Sarah Booth-Henry

April 6, 2021

All That Jazz!

In this week’s episode, I’m joined by a jazz musician

based in the North of England.


In ‘all that jazz!’ Arthur shares his passion for the genre,

how he’s redefining himself and why he feels privileged

to have been able to perform via social media

during the past year of lockdowns.


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Guest Info      Show Notes



Arthur Geldard

Arthur Geldard is a young, up and coming jazz musician based in the North of England.


Having trained as a chorister at Blackburn Cathedral, he then opted to take a three month sabbatical stateside, in Chicago, to refine his style.


Grounding himself in the music of the Great America Songbook, Arthur has amassed a reputation for his spin on timeless classics from the likes of Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin to name a few.


He’s performed across the UK and in Europe….. gaining an even greater following both locally and internationally through his use of social media performances throughout lockdown.

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I'm grateful for family....

my wonderful 'to-be' wife, my little daughter, and my little something

(that's on the way)

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Perfect Sound Whatever

~ James Acaster

The brand new memoir from James Acaster: cult comedian, bestselling author of Classic Scrapes, undercover cop, receiver of cabbages.

PERFECT SOUND WHATEVER is a love letter to the healing power of music, and how one man's obsessive quest saw him defeat the bullshit of one year with the beauty of another. Because that one man is James Acaster, it also includes tales of befouling himself in a Los Angeles steakhouse, stealing a cookie from Clint Eastwood, and giving drunk, unsolicited pep talks to urinating strangers.

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