Having been influenced by singers such as Sarah Vaughn, Nancy Wilson and Diane Schuur to name a few, Rebecca has developed into a seasoned performer.
Rebecca is no stranger to the stage, she has performed in Toronto (in the original production of Lord of The Rings), Japan (We will Rock You), and Germany (Miss Saigon). Following from her success in Japan, Rebecca was asked by the original members of Queen to record a power ballad version of their hit "Only the good die young".
In 2000 EMI/Virgin signed Rebecca to a major record deal with the pop band Jackson Mendoza . She travelled extensively to places such as London, L.A. and New York writing songs with some of the greatest pop writers of our time such as the writing team "Matrix."
Having performed in a variety of styles from soul to rock etc, Rebecca returns to her roots to sing jazz, the music that is most dear to her. Tonight Rebecca will be performing with Joe Ruberto (piano), Michael Tortoni (bass) + Anthony Baker (drums).
Hailed as one of the most talented bands to come out of Melbourne's burgeoning gypsy scene, Eyal & the Skeleton Crew have received widespread acclaim for their virtuosic live shows.
Whirling waltzes, driving country rhythms and breakneck gypsy virtuosity; mix it all together and you have some idea of what Eyal & the Skeleton Crew have install for you. Drawing influences from klezmer, jazz, folk, country and rock - eclectic doesn't even begin to describe Eyal & the Skeleton Crew.
Due to popular demand, and back-to-back sell out shows, Eyal & the Skeleton Crew have been upgraded to play the Bennetts Lane Jazz Lab.
To help celebrate, The Skeleton Crew is offering half price tickets to all students with a valid student card and the password "All aboard."
Come on down and experience a night like no other.