A warm, mellow voice with a contagious life force are the words an Italian arts magazine recently used to describe Irish singer and showman Jude Lindy.

Jude Lindy’s singing is energetic and involving, his timbre deep and dreamy, recalling the voices of early Jazz artists. His connection with his audience is potent and honest.

Jude Lindy

Jude has a trained voice, and has several years’ experience as a professional actor. He first studied at the Zach Theatre in Austin, Texas, where he discovered Swing. He is a graduate of the prestigious Gaiety School of Acting’s Diploma course in Dublin. He also trained at Walton’s School of Music. Today, he takes classes in studies vocal repertoire privately with coach Patrizia Gallo in Rome.

During his artistic schooling he also studied dance and movement and has been a fervent dancer of Lindy Hop (the energetic 1930’s Swing dance) for several years, having first discovered the dance in 2006 in Marseille, France, where he lived for three years.

He has had the honor to sing and perform with various highly-acclaimed artists in the Jazz and Swing world in Europe and the United States.

An international artist in spirit and experience, Jude Lindy affirms his passion every time he goes on stage, delivering a unique experience which leaves a smile on audiences’ faces.

Videos Jude Lindy



9th – 10th December 2016 – Meeting living history – Norma Miller celebrates 97 birthdays! - 9th -10th December 2016 This weekend in Milan will stay with me forever. Beyond the shows, interviews and presentations, my moments alone with Norma Miller chatting together about Swing music and dance were powerful. I’m very grateful and honored to have been part of A Royal Welcome for the Queen of Swing: Norma Miller! Here’s […]
1st October 2016- The joy of playing with musicians for the first time – Claudio Perelli - So, Saturday the 1st October 2016 , I put together “Jude Lindy’s Hot 5” for a gig at Spirit de Milan. Thanks to an excellent recommendation from Mauro Porro I contacted Claudio Perelli, a polystrumentalist reed player. Little did I know that I was going to be playing with someone who many consider to be […]
23th – 25th September 2016 “Swingala” , Rome – after too long a break the capital gleams!! - 23th-25th September 2016. So great to have been part of Swingala, organized by Spirit of St. Louis Dance School and Chapeau Productions. After too long a time in the dark Rome splendoured again in all its beauty. Great participation, great primary venue. Excellent organization. I felt really proud to be a part of this festival. […]
27th August 2016- Policoro in Swing – the joy of meeting and playing with new musicians - It’s just wonderful to meet and play with new musicians. I was delighted to jam and then play with the Madrid Hot Jazz Band and the Dusty Jazz Blasters from Turin at Policoro in Swing Festival 2016. Musicians and bands bring their own styles, grooves and colors to a song. For me as a singer […]
28th July 2016- A little bit of New Orleans in Milan….. Classic Jazz brings people together - Our aperitif gig at Panificio Danelli in the Lambrate area of Milan in July really brought home a few things to me. I realised all over again the magic of Classic Jazz – it makes people come out of their houses, get involved, dance and sing. Perhaps classic jazz is really at its most powerful […]
28th-29th June 2016 – thoughts on…. Ascona Jazz Festival, Switzerland - It was my first time to visit Ascona Jazz Festival. To be honest the warnings I had received about speed traps, cameras etc., left me arriving a little tired and wary. A magical, though expensive location, where 1 CH Franc is presumed to be equal to 1 Euro, we heard Classic Jazz in the distance […]
24th May 2016 – The spontaneity and joy of Lindy Hop & Swing at 37,000 feet leads to worldwide coverage - I can’t express how delighted and proud I was when I saw the video of Lindyhopper friends from Milan, Florence and elsewhere as they did an impromptu Shim Sham at 37,000 feet, returning to Italy from the “Harlem” festival in Lithuania…. The magic is in the simplicity and honesty of the action…. Moments like this […]
10th April 2016 Translation into English of Giorgio Cùscito’s interview with Jazz Agenda about Swing, classic Jazz and their inter-dependence - In this post, I am putting my own translation in English (from Italian) of the interview which my friend, musician and maestro Giorgio Cùscito – a pillar of classic Jazz and Swing in Italy – did a few days ago with journalist Carlo Cammarella of Italy’s Jazz Agenda. I feel what Giorgio has to say […]
2nd April 2016 “Feeling” the dance floor – a sea of Bounce and Smiles – Pinispettinati, Rome - Really cool energy last night at our Propellers gig ( #hotswingpropellers)  at Pinispettinati in Rome, organized by iPiniSwing. Delighted that the brand new repertoire was applauded and danced to all night long….  such an amazing thing to FEEL the energy of the dance floor… a sea of bounce and smiles… Jude Lindy & His Hot […]
18th March 2016 – The Hot Sugar Band at Swing Train Festival, Turin - There’s something really special about the musicians in the Hot Sugar Band from Paris. They’re not just excellent musicians with an ensemble work that swings so hard, they’re generous and humble artists. Being invited again  to sing with them was an honour this weekend at the fantastic Swing Train Festival’s Saturday night show. […]

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