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Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Soho, London - programme for December 2018 and January 2019.

Thursday, December 06, 2018


DECEMBER 2018


Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th December
CURTIS STIGERS – SOLD OUT
Multi-platinum selling singer, saxophonist, producer and songwriter Curtis Stigers returns to Ronnie’s this December, after an amazing summer playing sold-out shows with the Ronnie Scott’s Big Band paying tribute to ‘Sinatra in the Sands’ across the UK.  See Curtis play his classic material, hits and songs from his latest album.
Line-up: see website for full details
6th Dec: Doors 5.30pm/9.30pm
7th – 8th Dec: Doors 6pm/10.30pm
9th Dec: Doors 6.30pm
£65.00 - £100.00
Sunday Jazz lunch – Curtis Stigers SOLD OUT
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Multi-platinum selling singer, saxophonist, producer and songwriter Curtis Stigers returns to Ronnie’s this December, after an amazing summer playing sold-out shows with the Ronnie Scott’s Big Bang paying tribute to ‘Sinatra in the Sands’ across the UK.  See Curtis play his classic material, hits and songs from his latest album.
Doors 12 noon/ £70.00 - £100.00

Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th December
MOTOWN AND MORE… WITH NATALIE WILLIAMS’ SOUL FAMILY
Natalie Williams’ Soul Family bring back their incredibly successful Motown and More… show for another year. Based on the incredible sound of Motown records, this year you can hear songs by the people who have most influenced them in their sound: Sam & Dave, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and a sprinkle of Prince for good measure!
Line-up: see website for full details
Doors: 5.30pm or 9.30pm/£30.00 - £45.00

Thursday 13th – Tuesday 18th December
RAY GELATO & THE GIANTS – SOLD OUT
Ray Gelato returns to Ronnie’s for a swingin’ good time to bring you some of the coolest sounds around. Inspired by Cab Calloway, Louis Prima, ‘Fats’ Waller and Louis Jordan, Ray is now considered to be one of the last in a long line of the classic Jazz entertainers. Expect to hear some foot stompin’ music that will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired! Hear a selection of truly classic records and dedications as well as Ray’s original material, which has deservedly become some of the most requested during his live shows. Join Ray and his stunning band in paying homage to the ‘Great Entertainers’ and help keep this incredible music swinging!
Line-up: see website for full details
13th Dec: Doors 5.30pm or 9.30pm
14th – 15th Dec: Doors 6.00pm or 10.30pm
16th Dec: Doors 6.30pm
17th – 18th Dec: Doors 5.30pm or 9.30pm
£30.00 - £50.00


Sunday 16th December
Sunday Jazz Lunch – A Swingin’ Christmas with Kai Hoffman + A Tribute to Keely Smith – SOLD OUT
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Hear festive swing favourites, as well a moving tribute to American jazz singer Keely Smith.
Doors 12 noon/£20.00 - £25.00

Wednesday 19th – Saturday 22nd December
FRED WESLEY AND THE NEW J.BS
We welcome Fred Wesley and the new JBs back to Ronnie’s for another spectacular year! Fred Wesley is the trombonist, composer, arranger, bandleader and author known worldwide as one of the architects of funk music. Fred’s work with the Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown in the 1970s established him as the world’s funkiest trombonist. He is also famed for his work with George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Parliament, Funkadelic, Ray Charles, Van Morrison & Cameo. Along with Maceo Parker & Pee Wee Ellis, Fred Wesley makes up the classic JB’s Horns who guest with other artists such as Lenny Kravitz, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and many more. Join the founder of funk for a fantastic night of music!
Line-up: see website for full details
19th – 20th Dec: Doors 5.30pm or 9.30pm
21st – 22nd Dec: Doors 6.00pm or 10.30pm
£30.00 - £55.00

Sunday 23rd December
RONNIE SCOTT’S BLUES EXPLOSION! – SOLD OUT
Ronnie Scott’s monthly blues show co-led by pianist/vocalist Paddy Milner and explosive funk, blues and jazz guitarist Tony Remy (Incognito, Annie Lennox and Craig David). This electrifying band also features superb guitarist/vocalist Marcus Bonfanti and specialises in blues music from Chicago to the Delta, the West Coast of the US and Great Britain.
Doors 6.30pm/£25.00 - £45.00


Sunday Jazz Lunch – Jeff Hooper’s Singing & Swinging Christmas with the Robin Aspland Trio – SOLD OUT
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Join Jeff Hooper, singer and cabaret artist, and the Robin Apsland Trio for a singing & swinging Christmas lunch!
Doors 12 noon/£20.00 - £25.00

Monday 24th – Tuesday 25th December – THE CLUB IS CLOSED

Wed 27th December
LIANE CARROLL’S COLD TURKEY! – SOLD OUT
Liane Carroll’s Cold Turkey is a warm, hearty antidote to the Christmas mania, with great songs from her back catalogue, classic jazz tunes, some Christmas fayre like ‘Fairy tale of New York’ and a small dollop of Tom Waits-esque black humour! Join Liane, bassist Roger Carey and drummer Russell Field for some well-deserved champagne, cocktails and hangover treats. We’ll be dishing out prizes for the best or most embarrassing Christmas jumper too!
Line-up: Liane Carroll (vocalist/piano); Roger Carey (electric bass); Russell Field (drums).
Doors 6.00pm/ £25.00 - £45.00

Friday 28th – Sunday 30th December
RONNIE SCOTT’S JAZZ ORCHESTRA POST-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Join Pete Long and the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra for a delightful performance of Duke Ellington’s The Nutcracker Suite, and then a feast of classic songs and big band sounds with vocalist and trumpet player Georgina Jackson with our fantastic orchestra. It’s the perfect soundtrack to your festive celebrations!
28th – 29th December: Doors 6.30pm or 10.30pm
30th December: Doors 6.30pm
£25.00-£50.00


Sunday Jazz Lunch - King Candy & The Sugar Push – SOLD OUT
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Join King Candy and the Sugar Push for an uplifting afternoon of music from America’s golden age of swing.
Doors 12 noon/£20.00 - £25.00

Monday 31st December
INCOGNITO - NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY!
Forget the fireworks - legendary jazz/funk group Incognito takeover Ronnie Scott’s for New Year’s Eve 2018 for what is set to be the best way to bring in the New Year in London! The now legendary British jazz funk band led by Jean-Paul ‘Bluey’ Maunick is one of the great stories of UK music - their uniquely British sound has endured as a global phenomenon for almost four decades.  Soaked in soul, coated in jazz with more than a twist of funk and dance, Incognito’s catchy numbers are immediate and infectious explaining just why they remain a powerful and energetic live act and a real club favourite!
Line-up: see website for full details
Doors 6.30pm & 10.30pm/ £100.00 - £200.00


JANUARY 2019 LISTINGS
WHAT’S ON – JANUARY


Tuesday 1st – Friday 4th January
INCOGNITO
We welcome back Incognito for a five-night run of irresistible grooves and soulful vocals punctuated by the trademark Incognito horns. Soaked in soul, coated in jazz with more than a twist of funk and dance, Incognito’s catchy numbers are immediate and infectious explaining just why Incognito remain a powerful and energetic live act and a real club favourite!
Line-up: see website for details
Doors:
5.30pm & 9.30pm (Tues 1st – Thurs 3rd)
6.00pm & 10.30pm (Fri 4th)
£40.00 - £65.00

Saturday 5th January
LONDON SUPERSAX PROJECT
For one night only, witness the London Supersax Project’s stunning tribute to Charlie Parker. Back in the 1970s bassist Buddy Clark and saxophonist Med Flory conceived a brilliant idea: to form a Saxophone section with rhythm that would use orchestrated arrangements of Parker’s transcendent bop solos as the basis for its music. The nine-piece group ‘Supersax’ made its debut in 1972 and was an immediate hit around the world. In 2013 London-based Saxophonist Alex Garnett had an ingenious idea of his own: why couldn’t there be a renewed version of Supersax in the UK? Inspired by the thought and a deep love of Parkers music, Garnett set about assembling the talent needed to stock such a precision-oriented group to make the London Supersax concept a reality.
Line-up: Alex Garnett (leader/baritone sax), Nigel Hitchcock & Sammy Mayne (alto sax), Graeme Blevins & Brandon Allen (tenor sax), James Pearson (piano), Sam Burgess (bass), Chris Higginbottom (drums) and Steve Fishwick (trumpet).
Doors:
6.00pm & 10.30pm
£30.00 - £50.00

Sunday 6th January
LOKKHI TERRA MEETS DELE SOSIMI: CUBAFROBEAT
From the Mela’s of Bangladesh to the streets of Havana, via some districts in Lagos and on to a bustling club in London, this is what is giving London it’s new accent. Described by Songlines as “probably the world’s best Afrobeat-Cuban-Bangladeshi group”, Lokkhi Terra have been tearing up the music rule book since the release of their debut album “No Visa Required” in 2010. The band is made up of musicians with serious pedigree led by pianist Kishon Khan (Hugh Masekela, Gilles Peterson’s Havana Cultura, winner of SAIFF award New York for best original soundtrack 2009). This is a multicultural spectacular not to be missed.
Line-up:
Kishon Khan (leader, piano), Pandit Dinesh (percussion), Justin Thurgur (trombone), Graeme Flowers (trumpet), Oreste Noda (congas), Jimmy Martinez (bass), Phil Dawson (guitar), Tansay Omar (drums), and Sohini Alam, Aneire Khan, Aanon Siddiqua & Javier Camilo (vocals).Doors 6.30pm
£25.00 - £42.50


Sunday Jazz lunch: TJ Johnson - A Man and his Blues
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Join TJ Johnson (Piano/Vocals) as he sings and plays a choice selection of material from the repertoire of the three late great urban blues singers, Jimmy Witherspoon, Big Joe Turner and Joe Williams.
Doors 12pm/£15.00 - £20.00

Monday 7th – Wednesday 9th January
SARAH JANE MORRIS
Famed for topping the UK pop charts for a month in the mid-80s with the Communards with “Don’t leave me this way” and infamous for a banned rendition of the classic Me and Mrs Jones, Sarah Jane Morris has always attracted as much attention for her politics as for her soul-driven, seismic voice. In 2019, powerful and passionate Sarah Jane releases “Sweet Little Mystery” which celebrates the music of revered folk-jazz songwriter John Martyn, who produced a canon of music that is both breath-taking and brittle in its complex, atmospheric beauty. John Martyn’s music continues to resonate many years after his passing, and Sarah Jane Morris, through her own brilliant interpretive vocal talents, picks up the torch and shines a light on this great musical maverick.
Line-up: Sarah Jane Morris (vocals), Tony Remy (guitar), Tim Cansfield (guitar), Henry Thomas (bass), Martyn Barker (drums & percussion), Anders Olinder (Keyboards) and special guests.
Doors 6.00pm
£25.00 - £42.50

Thursday 10th – Saturday 12th January
JEREMY STACEY’S BIG BAND STEELY DAN PROJECT: THE ROYAL SCAMMERS
Join acclaimed drummer Jeremy Stacey and his band as they pay tribute to iconic, multi award-winning American rock band Steeley Dan. Co-founded by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan have sold over 40 million albums and wrote classic songs such as Rickki Don’t Lose That Number, Deacon Blues and Hey Nineteen.
Line-up: Jeremy Stacey (drums), Paul Stacey (guitar), Andy Caine (lead vocals/guitar), Dave Arch (keyboards), Gary Sanctuary (keyboards), Robin Mullarky (bass), Sumudu Jayatilaka (backing vox/perc/keys), Lousie Claire Marshall (backing vox), Bryan Chambers (backing vox), Jim Hunt (sax), Dominic Glover (trumpet), Andy Ross (sax), Trevor Mires (trombone), and Pete Eckhardt (percussion)
Doors:
6.00pm & 10.30pm
£25.00 - £52.50


Sunday 13th January
NATALIE WILLIAMS’ SOUL FAMILY
Now in its eleventh year, Natalie Williams Soul Family is Ronnie Scott’s most successful residency. Hosted by MOBO nominee vocalist Natalie Williams, the monthly event features an incredible group of regular musicians and singers with an ever-changing cast of special guests fromthe world of UK R&B, soul and jazz, that have in the past included Jamie Woon, Jamie Cullum, Lalah Hathaway, Omar, Alice Russell, Krystle Warren, Terri Walker and Shaun Escoffery to name a few. At the heart of the ‘Soul Family’ night is the informal, welcoming open-mic feel she creates that keep audiences returning for more.
Line-up: see website for details
Doors:
6.30pm
£20 - £47.50


Sunday Jazz lunch: JIVIN’ MISS DAISY feat. Liz Fletcher
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Jivin’ Miss Daisy, London’s premier swing dance band, will be playing great songs from Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin as well as classics from Basie, Ellington and others. Bass player Simon Thorpe leads these top musicians in a guaranteed swinging Sunday session.
Doors 12 noon/£15.00 – £20.00


Monday 14th January
MATT ROBERTS BIGISH BAND PLAYS FREDDIE HUBBARD FT. QUENTIN COLLINS
Young, charismatic trumpeter/arranger Matt Roberts returns to Ronnie Scott’s with his acclaimed BigISH Band. Following an electrifying performance at the London Jazz Festival, the band will be paying tribute to the great trumpeter/composer Freddie Hubbard. The night will feature world renowned trumpeter Quentin Collins alongside other acclaimed soloists such as Tom Barford, Conor Chaplin and Ronnie Scott’s very own Alex Garnett.
Line-up: see website for details
Doors 6pm
£20.00 - £37.50

Wednesday 16th – Saturday 19th January
THE REVIVAL FEATURING CORY HENRY, TARON LOCKETT, AND ISAIAH SHARKEY
Cory Henry, the charismatic Hammond B3 organ virtuoso of Snarky Puppy fame, brings together a sensational group of musicians in The Revival. A singer-songwriter with an intoxicating blend of gospel, souljazz, afrobeat and blues, Henry is not only praised as ‘one of the finest Hammond B3 organ players of his generation’ (AllMusic), but he also has a wonderfully warm gospel voice, as can be heard on his recent album Chapter 1: The Art of Love. For this collection of songs, he was inspired by heroes such as Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
Line-up: Cory Henry Hammond (B3/keyboards), Isaiah Sharkey (guitar), TaRon Lockett (drums)
Doors:
6.00pm (Weds 16th – Thurs 17th)
6.00pm & 10.30pm (Fri 18th – Sat 19th)
£20.00 - £50.00

Sunday 20th January
RONNIE SCOTT’S BLUES EXPLOSION!
Ronnie Scott’s monthly blues show co-led by pianist/vocalist Paddy Milner and explosive funk, blues and jazz guitarist Tony Remy (Incognito, Annie Lennox and Craig David). This electrifying band also features superb guitarist/vocalist Marcus Bonfanti and specialises in blues music from Chicago to the Delta, the West Coast of the US and Great Britain.
Doors:
6.30pm
£30.00-£47.50


Sunday Jazz lunch: Earl Okin
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Earl Okin is one of the UK’s leading Jazz and Bossa Nova vocalists. His unique repertoire blends self-accompanied Classic Jazz and Bossa Nova songs by the greats of yesteryear with his own songs, often decorated with one or two of his legendary vocal-trumpet solos.
Doors 12 noon/£13.50 - £16.50

Monday 21st January & Tuesday 22nd January
NYJO - NATIONAL YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA
NYJO is a glittering showcase for the UK’s finest young professional jazz musicians, combining a hard-swinging rhythm section and a raft of hugely talented soloists, to bring you the very best in British big-band jazz. Under the Artistic Direction of Mark Armstrong, the 23-piece orchestra perform around 40 concerts a year nationally and internationally, and aim to inspire the next generation of young jazz musicians with education work wherever they tour. Over its 53-year history, NYJO has helped launch the careers of many of the country’s most renowned jazz musicians including Guy Barker, Amy Winehouse, Mark Nightingale, Gwilym Simcock and Mercury Award Nominee Laura Jurd. NYJO’s recent highlights include a highly acclaimed appearance at the BBC Proms in August 2018, and a collaborative concert tour in September 2018 to Germany and Holland with their German and Dutch national youth jazz orchestra equivalents BuJazzO and NJJO entitled Three Nations Under One Groove.
Doors 6.00pm/£25.00 - £40.00

Wednesday 23rd – Thursday 24th January
IGOR BUTMAN QUINTET
Igor Butman, saxophone virtuoso, bandleader, club owner and television host, is Russia’s number one jazz personality. Born in 1961 in Leningrad (now St.Petersburg), Igor Butman started playing the clarinet at the age of 11.  In 1976 he entered the Rimsky-Korsakov College of Music, where during his second year he dropped the classical clarinet for the jazz saxophone. After moving to the US to study, he already had a “fan club” made up of some of America’s most respected Jazz artists. Fast forward to 2011, Igor Butman’s 50th anniversary concert featured Wynton Marsalis, Natalie Cole, Billy Cobham and Christian McBride and he continues to thrill audiences around the world today.
Line-up: see website for details
Doors 6pm/£30.00 - £47.50

Friday 25th – Saturday 26th January
SCOTTISH NATIONAL JAZZ ORCHESTRA (SNJO) DIRECTED BY TOMMY SMITH PRESENT A SPECIAL BURN’S NIGHT PERFORMANCE AND PETER AND THE WOLF
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra (SNJO) is considered by many to be the Europe’s foremost contemporary big band and won the Best Big Band at the British Jazz Awards in 2017. Founder/Director Tommy Smith established the SNJO in 1995 as a not-for-profit organisation with a crystal-clear artistic vision and core values of versatility, discipline and expression. On Friday 25th Jan, the orchestra bring you a special Burn’s Night performance with special guest singer Eddi Reader, who’ll perform brilliant Scottish balladry and vivid, luminous jazz. On Saturday 26th Jan, the orchestra will play swinging new interpretations of Prokofiev’s classical work Peter and The Wolf in a delightful collision between folk tale and big band swing.
Doors 6.00pm & 10.30pm/ £30.00 - £50.00

Sunday 27th January
DARIUS BRUBECK QUARTET
Playing to sold-out houses at regional festivals and clubs around the UK and beyond, the quartet’s acoustic sound is melodic, spontaneous, rhythmic and engaging.  Darius, while known for representing his famous father’s musical legacy and for his work in South Africa, is an imaginative jazz composer and his compositions are another important reason for the group’s popularity.  Following the success of “Cathy’s Summer”, the Quartet released a second album “Years Ago” last year at the club and toured Israel in addition to the usual round of concerts in the UK. The Quartet appeared in Poland and Sicily earlier this year and played as part at King’s Place as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival 2018.
Line-up: see website for details
Doors 6.30pm
£30.00 - £45.00


Sunday Jazz lunch: Blue Harlem
Ronnie Scott’s Sunday Jazz Lunch combines superb jazz with a top-notch Sunday roast (optional). With music ranging from boogie-woogie, jive and jazz vocalists there is music to suit every taste.  With a kid’s menu and concessions, it presents a great opportunity to introduce children to jazz in a setting that is informal yet retains the ambience expected from this iconic Soho venue.
Blue Harlem have been widely regarded as one of the top swing/jump-blues bands on the London scene for over 15 years. Join them as they bring you an upbeat and lively show which will certainly get your Sunday lunch jiving!
Doors 12 noon/£13.50 - £16.50

Mon 28th – Weds 30th January
RUBY TURNER
Ruby Turner is a national and international treasure, having already been awarded with the prestigious Gold Badge Award, for her contribution to British music. Her career to date has included major tours, theatre and TV appearances, and touring with Jools Holland, including a performance of ‘You Are So Beautiful’ with Jools Holland at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace in London in 2012. To date, Ruby has released 17 albums plus the BBC’s ‘Live From Glastonbury’, as well as appearing on releases by the likes of Brian Ferry, UB40, Steve Winwood and Mick Jagger. She is also one of the main singers in Jools Holland’s R&B Orchestra, and features on many tracks on his albums.
Line-up: see website for details
Doors: 6pm/£45.00 - £62.00

Thursday 31st January
DIZZY REECE – ROUTES IN JAZZ FEAT. TREVOR WATKIS, BYRON WALLEN, DEZRON DOUGLAS, WILLIE JONES III & RALPH MOORE
Curated by internationally acclaimed UK Jazz Pianist, composer and Berklee College Alumnus, Trevor Watkis, BlueSoundScape Music announces highly anticipated 2019 tour dates for this special musical retrospective of legendary Jazz trumpeter, Dizzy Reece. Famous for his blistering yet warm tone on the instrument, this tribute to Reece has been curated by Trevor Watkis in honour Dizzy Reece’s accomplishments and artistry and to celebrate West Indians who departed the Caribbean on the Windrush and contributed to the rebuilding of Britain.
Line-up: Trevor Watkis (piano); Byron Wallen (trumpet); Ralph Moore (saxophone); Willie Jones III (drums); Dezron Douglas (bass).
Doors: 6pm/ £25.00 - £42.50

Ronnie Scott’s
47 Frith St, London, W1D 4HT
Box office 020 7439 0747
http://www.ronniescotts.co.uk

All listings are correct at the time of publication – details may change.

LINKS:

Show Times http://bit.ly/2qAySKi

Club History http://bit.ly/2p76cqB


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