Jacky Webbe first paid tribute to Diana Ross on "Stars in Their Eyes". Since then she has been travelling nationally and internationally paying tribute to the first lady of Motown.
Her portrayal is said to be "second to none" and her reputation and professionalism have grown and precede her wherever she goes. Not only do the audiences warm to her personality on first impression, but Jacky's voice and sparkling stage presence capture the full essence of the stage production of Miss Ross and she is able to entertain in her own inimitable style.
Jacky's performance incorporates the sounds of Motown as well as the music of Diana Ross but it can also be an intimate performance of jazz, blues and swing for a more "laid-back" evening. (For this intimate setting a trio of musicians are usually used).
Her live performances feature mainly the music of Diana Ross, but Jacky incorporates other ladies and sounds of the Motown era throughout her performance. Not only does she interact with the audience as a whole from start to finish, but there's always a particular surprise when she wanders through the tables in search of "a man for the night!!!"
She has toured nationwide within the UK, performing in the best hotels and function suites as well as on Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Wight, to name but a few.
Jacky is an accomplished performer and has regularly been asked to perform at prestige charity events including the NSPCC in London with the Duchess of York in attendance.
Her tribute to Diana Ross has also led her to perform internationally in countries including Cyprus, Greece, Majorca, Marbella, Menorca, Dubai, Abu Dabi, Oman, Dominican Republic, Tenerife, Norway, Ireland, Copenhagen, Sweden, Finland, Carribbean and has also performed on a variety of cruise liners, including Royal Carribbean, P&O and Ocean Village.
I’m Coming Out
It’s My House
Where Did Our Love Go
You Can’t Hurry Love
Touch Me In the Morning
I’m Still Waiting
You Keep Me Hanging On
Someday We’ll Be Together
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
When You Tell Me That You Love Me
It’s My Turn
Theme from Mahogany
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Reach Out and Touch Somebody’s Hand
One Shining Moment
The Best Years of My Life