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Sometimes you just know that an emerging artist is going to make a much bigger impact in the music world at some point in the near future. For Melbourne based trumpet playing jazz vocalist, Audrey Powne, all the signs are there. Last weekend Audrey played to 100,000 people at the MCG as part of Robbie Williams band, along with Delta Goodrem. From there she headed to Brunswick’s JazzLab to perform with her own band for a global livestream, recorded by the network and available now to view.

In the last couple of years, despite pandemic hurdles, she has managed to tour America playing with The Teskey Brothers, performed on Jimmy Barnes’ Soul Deep 30th anniversary tour and backed the mighty Midnight Oil on trumpet. Then there’s her recordings. Check out Audrey’s 2020 debut EP Bed I Made for a prime example of the fabulous music coming out of Melbourne’s fantastic neo jazz soul scene. She’s recorded and performed in New York and is in the process of finishing off her debut album, for release either late 2022 or early 2023.

Australian Musician editor Greg Phillips caught up with Audrey Powne via zoom to talk about her career and the network, which is bringing Australian jazz to the world and vice versa.

This week, Oh! Jazz present the World-Premiere of Audrey Powne Live from Melbourne’s iconic venue – The JazzLab. Melbourne’s iconic club The JazzLab showcases Audrey’s performance live and/or on-demand to audiences across the globe.

The first of its kind, Oh! Jazz brings live jazz direct to lounge rooms across Australia, with a library of over 150 live and on-demand shows a year, representing all jazz styles and influences including bluesy roots, swinging bebop and Latin-infused jazz.

As part of its commitment to supporting the global jazz community, Oh! Jazz allocates 35% of its total subscription revenue from each performance to participating artists and clubs around the world.

Jazz Clubs on the platform include Tokyo’s Body & Soul, London’s 606 Club, Melbourne’s JazzLab, Sydney’s Foundry 616 and Madrid’s Cafe Berlin.

September performances available via Oh! Jazz include Italian performer, Marco Marconi featuring Emma Rawicz (winner of Jazz Newcomer of the Year in the Parliamentary Jazz Awards 2022) at London’s 606 Club and Japanese performer, Mie Joke at Tokyo’s Body & Soul.

Oh! Jazz was founded by Jesus Perezagua (Former President of Fox Networks Europe & Africa) and Dan Bessant (Former Head of Programming, Entertainment and Music at Foxtel and Music Director at Nova Network) and is operated by Australian-based company, Aqui Media Australia.

Subscriptions cost AUD $20 per month or AUD $200 per year with unlimited viewing of live and on-demand content, with no lock-in contract.

Subscribers can watch live and/or on-demand shows on any device, simply by logging on at or downloading the Oh! Jazz iOS and/audrey powne or Android app.

For further information and to subscribe, visit 

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