Barb Jungr and John McDaniel: The Best of The Beatles and Sting

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75 Minutes
  • Show Description
  • Barb Jungr and John McDaniel come together in 2 rare UK performances to celebrate the songs of The Beatles and Sting with their breathtaking, inspiring and often unexpected arrangements. This exciting collaboration formed between two giants of music, jazz and cabaret from both sides of the Atlantic – the extraordinary award-winning vocalist Barb Jungr and Grammy and Emmy award-winning arranger and pianist John McDaniel – celebrates the best of their recordings of The Beatles and Sting’s song catalogue in their own unique and inimitable fashion.

    Songs will include their much loved arrangements of Until, The Long and Winding Road, Fragile, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, King of Pain, Fields of Gold and I Will amount many more. Barb and John have not played in the UK together since 2019, don’t miss the opportunity to hear them with McDaniel’s nonpareil musicality, harmonies and Jungr’s radiant voice and humour.

    The performances for Crazy Coqs serve the best of their two recordings for Kristalyn Records, Come Together – Barb Jungr and John McDaniel sing The Beatles and Float Like a Butterfly, Barb Jungr and John McDaniel sing the songs of Sting. Both are available on all streaming and Apple Music sites and

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    “Jungr and McDaniel’s voices blend so perfectly, it’s great they met, and this is eloquently displayed on numbers like ‘Wrapped around Your Finger’.” ” Barb’s singular achievement is that she understands a fundamental point about cabaret – which is that it is about intimacy. She’s masterful at this and others could look and learn.” – The American

    “whatever new and surprising direction this collaboration takes, it certainly seems to be a match made in musical heaven” ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    “Thrilling and revelatory, the show is that rarity: an Anglo/American collaboration that’s actually worth celebrating, and that’s enough to restore your faith in “the Special Relationship”, after all.” –


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