Renowned for his vocal-trumpet solos, Earl Okin is regarded as one of the most accomplished Bossa Nova artistes outside Brazil.

Having worked with some of the biggest names of the 1960s, including Wings and Van Morrison, and written songs for the likes of Cilla Black and Bing Crosby, this is a fantastic opportunity to discover one of Britain’s best kept secrets.

His first album Musical Genius and Sex Symbol features his own dry and hilarious songs alongside inspired versions of contemporary hits including a bossa nova version of Wheatus’ Teenage Dirtbag and a Nat King Cole version of Coldplay’s Yellow.