Looking for Live Music by Jersey's most popular Solo Guitarist?
'Carole plays music from the heart with finesse, integrity & above all taste regardless of the setting... a true professional.'
Alex Garnett, Saxophonist, Ronnie Scott's All Stars
I'll help you choose the music that you and your guests love. Every note that I create is heartfelt and LIVE. I never use backing tracks.
Booking is easy - I'll guide you through the process and answer your questions.
Carole performs on Solo Guitar for Wedding Ceremonies, Drinks Receptions & Special Events. Watch more of her videos on her Video & Audio Showcase.
You can see me perform every week at
St Brelade's Bay Hotel, Jersey.
Dine to the relaxing sounds of The Bossa Basseline Duo, featuring Carole on Guitar & Jules on Tenor Saxophone, every weekend.
Friday Dinner: 7 - 9.30 pm
Saturday Dinner: 7 - 9.30 pm
Sunday Lunch: 12.30 - 3 pm
Tel: 01534 746141 to book your table at the hotel's wonderful Bay Restaurant.
Personalised Guitar Music for your Wedding Ceremony & Drinks Reception.
I can perform a beautiful arrangement of your favourite tune as you walk up the aisle to make your Wedding vows.
Planning a garden Drinks Reception? I'll keep your guests entertained with a perfect musical cocktail of pop, jazz and love songs as they sip champagne.
Discover more options with our Bossa Basseline Wedding Music Packages.
'Thank you so much for playing our Wedding. It was so special that you arranged our song for our walk up the aisle. It was a total surprise and one that Chris & I will never forget. I would highly recommend you to all my friends in the future. You're an excellent guitar player & you exceeded our expectations.'
Heather & Chris, Jersey.
Create your own personalised play-list from my repertoire. I can perform:
- Classic & Contemporary Pop
- Jazz & Blues
- Love-Songs & Ballads
- Classical, Spanish & Brazilian
- Easy-listening favourites
26 Sep 2021: Today's Fact:
After Beethoven heard Mauro Giuliani play the guitar, he commented that the instrument was 'a miniature orchestra in itself'.