Hetty & the Jazzato Band

Hetty and the Jazzato Band are an Anglo-Italian Jazz Band with a unique sound that brings to their audiences a taste of la dolce vita with their modern twist on; vintage, classic Italian songs, gypsyjazz, swing and jazz standards in Italian and English. Let the band take you on a Vespa ride back to retro Bella Italia with a mix of Italian swing favourites like 'Volare' and 'That’s Amore' intertwined with rustic Roman Stornelli, romantic Neapolitan ballads, enticing bossa nova and samba rhythms along with foot-tapping rock 'n' roll and boogie-woogie.

Since the band (composed of three Italian, and two British musicians) formed in London in 2014 they have gone from strength to strength. The incredible success of their unique spin on vintage Italian favourites like ‘Tu Vuo’ Fa L’Americano’ (over 15 million YouTube hits alone), 'Volare',  ‘Mambo Italiano’ and many more, has gained the band an international following and led them to perform in incredible locations around the globe.

Apart from being regularly invited to perform at special events in Italy (Portofino, Pisa, Agrigento, Lake Garda, Gallipoli, Taormina, and Florence, a private party onboard a superyacht in Portovenere to name a few) they have performed at Jazz and World music festivals in Rhodes, Greece,  Bulgaria and Kiev. Hetty and the Jazzato Band have also been invited to perform at Moscow Perfoming Arts center in May 2020. 

Hetty and the Jazzato Band have performed at events at some of UK's historical landmarks and most prestigious venues such as the Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, The Royal Albert Hall, Hever Castle, The Royal Academy of Art, The Shard, The Gherkin, The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London, The Dorchester Hotel and One Whitehall Place.

The band is frequently invited to perform at a variety of significant Italian events in the UK and abroad including The Italian Awards, Horsham Piazza Italia, Festival Italia in Brands Hatch, Bellavita Expo, Harvey Nichols 'Britalia', Federalberghi Penisola Sorrentina, C Carnevale and ENI's annual celebrations in London.