Jonathan Swift is a dynamic vocalist specialising Swing Sinatra Style from the Great American Song Book.
His career has taken him to prestigious venues such as the City of Manchester Stadium, the Port Merion Hotel (home of the original TV series “The Prisoner”) in North Wales, the Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicester, and the exclusive Hipping Hall Hotel, Kirby Lonsdale.
Jonathan’s blend of classic Swing songs along with Party favourites to end the evening means he can entertain any and all audiences, with his laid back Sinatra style.
He has performed several shows with Catherine Tyldesley, who plays Eva Price in Coronation Street (who is a singer in her own right) for the likes of Mr Manchester United himself, Sir Alex Ferguson.
While performing at a charity ball for the Welsh Air Ambulance, Jonathan found himself performing in front of the world famous Welsh bass-baritone opera and concert singer, Bryn Terfel. Who later went on to commented on how much he had enjoyed Jonathan’s spot.
2009 – 2010 saw Jonathan honoured for his community work and invested as Mayor of Rochdale.
Singing in front of 5,000 people at Rochdale’s Christmas Lights switch on Jonathan was dubbed “Coolest Mayor in the country” by hosts Radio Key 103.
An appearance on Radio 5 Live was the “Highlight of the show” according to The Daily Telegraph Election Night review.
May 2010 saw Jonathan sing to celebrate the promotion of Rochdale Football Club to over 2,000 people and You Tube videos of the “Singing Mayor of Rochdale” gained 2,000 hits.
and Jonathan’s Vegas Set is made up of…
The Wonder of You
I’m a Believer
It’s Now or Never
Dean Martin – Roy Orbison
Blue Suede Shoes
Little Ole Wine Drinker
Frank Sinatra – Englebert – Michael Buble
Haven’t met You yet
Come Fly with Me
The Last Waltz
Fly Me to the Moon
Man without Love
Crazy little Thing called Love
Drifters – Van Morrison – Sammy Davies
Saturday Night at the Movies
Brown Eyed Girl
Mack the Knife
Save the Last Dance for Me
Bobby Darin Mr Bojangles
There Goes my First Love
Beyond the Sea
Kissing in the Back Row
Can’t take my Eyes off of You