In her native country Canada Molly Johnson is famous as blues and jazz singer whose career started as a child. She got her education at the National Ballet School of Canada and the Banff School of Fine Arts. In the eighties she sang with the group Alta Moda, later with the band Infidels. In 1992 she founded the Kumbaya Foundation; an organisation which financially supports people with AIDS. Johnson released two albums as a solo-artist, the most recent CD, Another Day, has just been released. Some say her voice sounds like that of Billie Holiday. Others can hear the grated voice of Erykah Badu or Macy Gray in a jazz trip. Anyhow, she knows how to transform a standard like Summer Time in an almost unrecognisable way, and also knows how to touch the blues. She will be accompanied by the quartet: : Andrew Craig (piano), Colleen Allen (saxophone, clarinet, accordion), Mark McLean (drums) en Mike Downes (bass).