top of page

Testimonials and Reviews

The vibe created by the presence of Charmaine Clements combined perfectly with our groovy little 'jazz bar' to ensure guests were treated to a truly unique music and dining experience. We can't wait to have Charmaine return to our stage, she was not only delightfully entertaining, she was professional and a pleasure to work with. She listened carefully and executed perfectly a performance that matched and even exceeded our expectations. We've had rave reviews!! Thanks a million times over!

Samantha Janssen

Functions and Events Manager

Margaret River Hospitality Group

June 2017

'Oh What A Night!' A big thank-you to you and the guys that entertained us all last Saturday night. It was fabulous and we have had great feedback. We'll keep our eyes open for when you are playing around the area as there are lots of us that would attend.

Nola and Mike Stein

June 2017

Charmaine and her fabulous Jazz, swing band played at my 50th Party on our deck at Siesta Park.  The night was balmy, the theme was “Hawaii Five 0”, they dressed in the spirit of the Hawaii theme and played their fabulous music whilst we all enjoyed listening and dancing the night away! 
I thoroughly recommend them for any party, private corporate event etc. as they are amazing and very talented!  We are lucky to have such talent in the Southwest!  You will not be disappointed!
Fiona Axford and Russell Brown
March 2016

'Charmaine Clements brought her magic to Rivendell accompanied by jazz band Local Vintage. Their music is enchanting; sounds reminiscent of New York blues clubs, made more enchanting by the energy they bring together as a group. Every time they play at Rivendell I advertise them as a night of romance; never once have I been disappointed with that description'


Carol Bull

General Manager

Rivendell Winery Estate

'...elegant and ridiculously talented'

 - The Age, Melbourne

Q: What kind of music does Charmaine sing?

A: 'Happy music'


Matilda, 7 years

'It doesn't get much better than this' - The Sydney Morning Herald

bottom of page