Texan jazz singer Hailey Tuck premières an expanded version of
her band, performing a
set inspired by her move to Paris aged 18.
Touted by US fashion magazine Marie Claire as "the Millenial's
Louise Brooks", native
Austinite Hailey Tuck is a jazz singer from the most unlikely of backgrounds. She was
raised on a diet of black & white movies, 1930's jazz and vintage dresses - before being
sent to Baptist Military Boarding school and eventually running off to Paris.
Dressed straight out of a F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, with a
uniquely captivating voice that
sits somewhere between Billie Holiday, Regina Spektor and Ella Fitzgerald, Hailey has
been enchanting bigger and bigger audiences at festivals across Europe, where she now
spends most of her time.