Remember the name because Georgia Mancio is just this side of a breakthrough into the mainstream. One Jonathan Ross show or a Later with Jools Holland, and she’ll be the talk of the town. Already a cult heroine on the jazz circuit, Mancio’s eclectic sophomore set finds her globe-trotting. She sings seamlessly in English, Italian, Spanish and Brazilian, and the set list includes Chilean folksong, Cuban jazz, Italian pop and South American samba. Into the mix are thrown Lionel Bart’s Where is Love, Rodgers & Hart classic My Heart Stood Still and even a clever cover of David Bowie’s Life on Mars. She’s a versatile virtuoso!