- Frances Madden is a jazz singer with a touch of blues, bossa and Bacharach.
- Performs mostly as part of her eight-piece band at leading jazz clubs, venues, festivals and events around Australia.
- Her album If This Were a Dream debuted at #5 on the ARIA Jazz Album charts and has sold steadily since.
- Has performed in Mexico for a Susila Dharma International benefit concert and also performed to support the 2015 Tour de Cure here in Australia.
- Jazz Singer
- 8 piece jazz band
She has a wonderful feeling for jazz and blues standards but what makes her a real stand-out are her original songs and unique style.
Frances is one of Australia's most exciting young entertainers. She brought a capacity crowd into The Basement and every person in the house loved her special mix of jazz, blues and classics. Catch her in Australia before she gets taken off to the USA or Europe.
A talented young vocalist and pianist on the Sydney scene. One to watch and I look forward to her upcoming album.
The new album by Frances Madden titled ‘If This Were a Dream’ impressed me more than most debut albums do. Frances has an individual expressive ability, a musical professionalism, a good feel for swing in jazz and she plays fine piano. I'm certain we'll be hearing a good deal more of Frances in the future.
John McBeath, Jazz Critic for The Australian
Five stars out of Five. Her piano work is harmoniousand rhythmic her original tunes demonstrate musical maturity delicate and uncluttered and when you compare them with tried and tested standards you realise how developed and mature her composing is a wonderful performer.
Fine Music Magazine Reviews
Frances Madden's voice has both purity and pathos - a rare quality in one so young. A dynamic and gifted singer.
Frances has charisma on stage and the band are great live. She is also a natural in front of the camera.
Fox Studios Australia