Saffron as Diana Ross
Saffron is a classy act who performs with all the style and grace of Diana Ross. Saffron’s live vocals pay tribute in a self-contained solo tribute act that is perfect for birthday parties, wedding receptions, and corporate events.
Diana Ross is a legend of the soul and Motown scene with the singles of ‘Chain Reaction’, ‘Stop! In the Name of Love’, ‘Where Did Our Love Go’, and "You Keep Me Hangin’ On" entertaining audiences of all ages. With The Supremes, Diana Ross inspired millions setting the scene for female vocalists the world over.
Saffron is a consummate professional with a beautiful voice and natural stage presence. With time as a compere and event host, she can also be booked as the master of ceremonies and keep your event running smoothly with glamour and grace.
Being a self-contained act, Saffron is just as at home on small stages as she is in concert halls with a professional PA system backing up her incredible voice. Added to this are meticulously detailed dresses and evening gowns and a professional makeup and you’ve found an act as visually stunning as it is entertaining.
Versatility is the buzzword of Saffron’s work. Boasting a solo cabaret act as well as a soul and Motown tribute act along with her Diana Ross and Whitney Houston tribute acts, her ability to keep you hanging on - is unrivalled. Classic Motown tracks like ‘Midnight Train to Georgia’ and ‘I Heard It Through the Grapevine’ are amazing additions to Saffron’s uncanny diva tributes and each set can be made to suit your needs with requests welcome.
To book Saffron as Diana Ross or to book any of her other shows, contact Emkay Entertainments Agency via email@example.com. Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.
"Saturday night was fantastic. Saffron arrived promptly and set up very quickly. Her two sets were fabulous, the crowd thought she was a touch off class."
AH (Edinburgh, April 2018)
"Excellent night. Saffron went down a storm. Cheers. No hesitation to re book."
DD (East Kilbride, January 2018)