Atila joins our house quartet for an evening of swinging standards. He is a firm favourite at the Rabbit Hole and one of the finest singers and showmen in the business.
The quartet features Will Bartlett Piano, Nico Beedle Violin, Tom Bartlett Bass and Drums (TBC). This pub theatre is one of the best atmospheres in London, and the pub is one of the best too.
Atila is an established Jazz singer from the UK. Sartorially stylish and musically classy, his interpretations of the American Songbook are internationally renowned, taking influence from early Frank Sinatra. “I was very impressed with his singing, he has a real feel for the lyric” Sir Michael Parkinson.
Atila started his professional career with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra with whom he performed with Benny Golson on the Norwegian Sun Jazz Cruise and was featured on the album ‘Something Old, Something New’ (NYJCD023). He has recorded many times since, Including ‘How do you keep the music playing’ in collaboration with Evan Jolly, ‘Hello Young Lovers’ produced by Rupert Christie, ‘Your’s Tonight’ EP produced by Tommy Laurence featuring some of Atila’s lyrics, and most recently ‘King for a Day’, a tribute to the Nat Cole Trio.
Atila has toured extensively with the legendary Buddy Greco, jointly appearing on BBC radio 2 with the John Wilson Big Band at Cheltenham Jazz Festival. Buddy said, “I was knocked out by Atila. He has the voice and the class to show the world what great music is all about”. He has given sold out shows at Ronnie Scott’s, The Hippodrome Casino London and The Stable Wavendon, and was invited to America to sing ‘The Nelson Riddle Story’ by the Nelson Riddle Foundation.
Atila has a busy and varied career in private events and commercial performances, including the 2014 Qatar Choice awards, Dermot O’Leary’s wedding party and the Turkish International Film Festival 2013. He has appeared on ‘The Alan Titchmarsh Show’ ITV, ‘Stepping Out’ ITV, and sung for the 2012 Emirates television advertising campaign, amongst others. “I could sit and listen to you all day” Pete Waterman.