Pre PC: Songs Before a Time of Political Correctness

Scaled jap cabaret 1899

1 Venue

Nexus Arts

Lion Arts Centre, Cnr North Tce & Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

PG

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Frequent, Mild

Scaled jap cabaret 1899

About this event

Before the advent of political correctness, there was a time when people just said it like it was.

In 'Pre PC - Songs Before a Time of Political Correctness', Jay Power and trio perform swingin' songs that kept it real in Granny's day.

Hits such as 'Keep Young and Beautiful if You Want To Be Loved', toe tapper 'Big Fat Mamas are back in style', the Sarah Vaughan ode to housewifedom 'I Wanna do Homework', and the romantic heart-jerker 'I want a bow-legged woman' hark back to an era where jazz, boogie-woogie and raunchy blues told the story of our lives without bobby-soxing around.

So put your glad rags on, get out in that kitchen and rattle those pots and pans, and get ready for a swingin' session without the PC!

Presented by:
Onya Soapbox

After studying Jazz voice at the Elder Conservatorium of music, Jay Power has had a diverse career writing and performing jazz, pop and soul music. She released 3 albums of original soul/pop music and has worked with some of the best producers and instrumentalists in the business.

Her side project, Pre PC, combines her love for swing and early RnB, with naughty humour and a bloody good sing.

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