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AuB in Stage 2 at The Stables, Wavendon, Milton Keynes.

Date: Tuesday, October 06, 2020

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From AuB via Facebook;

8.45 pm
AuB in Stage 2 at The Stables
Public · Hosted by The Stables MK and AuB


Tuesday, 6 October 2020 from 20:45-22:00

The Stables MK
Stockwell Lane, Wavendon, MK17 8LU Milton Keynes


AuB are the London based quartet masterminded by two young saxophonists, Tom Barford and Alex Hitchcock, musicians who are making huge waves as part of the next generation of virtuosic instrumentalists intent on doing things their way. AuB refers to the meeting of two musical minds: instrumental sounds melded into one group resonance.

The twin tenors tradition has a long history but with AuB it’s the collaborative writing process and blending of individual styles that drives the group sound. Together with bassist Fergus Ireland and drummer James Maddren, AuB amalgamates contemporary jazz sounds and an adventurous and electronic soundscape with a risk-taking spirit and a degree of unpredictability, nuance and intense improvisation.

Scarborough Jazz Festival, The Spa, Scarborough, Yorkshire.

Dates: Friday, February 12, 2021 - Sunday, February 14, 2021

Featuring: Various Artists
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We have received the following press release, issued in June 2020;

Scarborough Jazz Festival Postponed Until February 2021


This year’s Scarborough Jazz Festival has been postponed from September until February 2021.


With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to evolve, the decision has been made to move the 3-day festival held at Scarborough Spa to the weekend of 12-14 February 2021.


The festival line-up remains unchanged barring one act, Swiss band VEIN who have touring commitments in Canada but it is hoped they will be part of the September 2021 Festival.


Due to the date change, the festival’s Earlybird weekend ticket offer has been extended until the end of October and customers only need to get in touch if they can’t make the rescheduled festival when a full refund will be given.


Mike Gordon, The Scarborough Jazz Festival Director said:
“Sadly, but as you probably anticipated, the Scarborough Jazz Festival will not take place in September. However, the good news is that we have decided to postpone the event until 12th to 14th February 2021. I have been in touch with all the performers we had booked for September and I’m delighted to say that of the seventeen acts only one cannot manage the February dates. I have had numerous very positive comments about the programme and we are all looking forward to a wonderful weekend-the sun has been known to shine on Scarborough in February!  Hope to see you then”.


The Scarborough Jazz Festival line-up features a host of established jazz musicians alongside many new faces: the ground breaking pianist Fergus McCreadie; violinist John Pearce (with Dave Newton); the eleven piece Elftet led by vibes player Johnny Mansfield and gypsy jazz from Djanco.


The highly respected pianist Nikki Iles has put together a Who’s Who of British jazz with her 19-piece Jazz Orchestra.


Another big outfit, Hans Koller – Bird Migration, will be celebrating the anniversary of Charlie Parker one of the great jazz legends and the smaller combos on the bill represent some of the UK’s most creative musicians: Julian Joseph Trio, Jean Toussaint All Star 6tet, Karen Sharp Quartet, Dave O’Higgins & Rob Luft Quartet, Phil Robson’s Organ Trio and Zoe Gilby’s Quartet who will perform her Aurora project.


Offering something very different will be the Oxley-Meier Guitar Project with 12 guitars on stage; words and music spinning a tale from Rafe’s Dilemma; and undoubted surprises from world class singer Ian Shaw, with Iain Ballamy and James Safir.


Weekend, Day & Session Tickets for the rearranged festival are now back on sale and can be purchased via

Scarborough Jazz Festival
New Dates: 12-14 February 2021
Scarborough Spa

Full Line Up;

Friday 12th February
12.30pm: Rafe’s Dilemma
2.15pm: John Pearce & Dave Newton
4pm: Oxley/Meier Guitar Project
7pm: TBC
8.45pm: Julian Joseph Trio
10.30pm: Hans Koller - Bird Migration Big Band-A Celebration of the Centenary of Charlie Parker

Saturday 13th February
12.30pm: Djanco featuring Andy Aitchison
2.15pm: Karen Sharp Quartet
4pm: Ian Shaw, Iain Ballamy, Jamie Safir -What’s New
7pm: Nikki Iles Jazz Orchestra
8.45pm: Zoe Gilby – ‘Aurora’
10.30pm:  Jean Toussaint Allstar 6tet

Sunday 14th February
12.30pm: The Fergus McCreadie Trio
2.15pm: Jonny Mansfield’s Elftet
4pm: Dave O’Higgins & Rob Luft Quartet
7pm: Phil Robson’s Organ Trio
8.45pm: The Alan Barnes Octet - ‘Jazz Portraits’



‘Between The Lines’ concert series at CLF Art Café, Peckham, London.

Dates: Wednesday, October 07, 2020 - Thursday, October 29, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists

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We have received the following press release;


OCTOBER | LONDON CLF Art Café, Bussey Building, Peckham

Tickets from




Originally set to take place in May, we’re extremely fortunate to have been able to rearrange the entire series to take place in October and can’t wait to share these unique sets of showcases with you. 

Serious is very proud to present a new edition of Between The Lines – our concert series of music that transcends genre – joining forces with some of our favourite artists, labels and collectives to co-curate a series of performances of boundary-pushing music throughout October in the CLF Art Café in Peckham’s Bussey Building.  

Each night features a collection of musicians at the forefront of musical experimentation, ranging from neo-classical cello to Japanese Gagaku, an acapella vocal group to modular synth improvisation, and queer IDM to experimental RnB. 

First, on Wednesday 7 October our friends at Erased Tapes have curated a beautiful triple bill, continuing their Erased Tapes 2020 series, featuring German cellist and Nils Frahm collaborator Anne Müller’s first live appearance in London since the release of her debut album Heliopause, a solo set from Immix Ensemble founder and saxophonist Daniel Thorne, and the enchanting London-based Japanese voice artist Hatis Noit, plus some surprises on the night.
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Then on Thursday 22 October we are joined by legendary electronic musician and producer Leafcutter John, who has put together a night of new collaborations and projects spanning the wide range of his extensive musical output. He’ll be performing with saxophonist and composer Helen Papaioannou in a first-time collaboration, and to support he’s invited his friend Ruth Goller (of Melt Yourself Down and Vula Viel fame, amongst others) who will perform with her new trio Skylla, featuring vocalists Lauren Kinsella and Alice Grant. Presented in association with Border Community.
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Helen Papaioannou: 

Finally on Thursday 29 October we team up with The Spectacular Empire – an artist collective led by experimental grime/dancehall artist GAIKA – who have put together a triple bill of spectacular proportions of artists at the cutting of edge of London’s RnB and Hip-Hop scene. Featuring Hyperdub’s IDM producer Loraine James (whose debut album For You And I was named The Quietus’ Album of 2019), experimental /genre-bending RnB artist GLOR1A, and rising Afro-Irish rapper DEMIGOSH.
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Serious are one of the UK’s leading producers and curators of live jazz, international and new music. Serious produces events that range from major concerts, festivals and national and international tours through to learning and participation programmes, conferences and specially commissioned bespoke events. Alongside its core role as a live music events producer, and programme consultant, Serious are committed to ensuring that music is accessible to all, and that artists have opportunities needed to reach their full potential. Our charity Serious Trust is crucial in enabling this ambition through supporting our talent development, learning & participation and commissioning programmes.

Clare Teal & Jason Rebello - two shows at The Pheasantry, Chelsea, London.

Date: Saturday, July 11, 2020

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We have received the following press release regarding this event;

Clare Teal & Jason Rebello at The Pheasantry,
Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4UT
Saturday July 11th

Concert 1 - Music at 6pm Concert 2 - Music at 9pm
Tickets £30

Returning to The Pheasantry following her two acclaimed and sold out 2019 shows, JBGB Events welcome the outstanding vocal delights of BBC Radio 2 broadcaster Clare Teal.

This further opportunity to hear her evocative voice spanning a wide range of delightful songs, combined with her self-deprecating northern wit, makes these concerts a must get to Summer Saturday evening at The Pheasantry.

Clare is equally at home on large stage venues, including the BBC Proms at The Albert Hall, The Cadogan Hall and the EFG London Jazz Festival with her Mini Big Band at St.John’s Smith Square, where she returns in November 2020, as well as in smaller, intimate, club environments such as The Other Palace Studio and Crazy Coqs.

For these two concerts at The Pheasantry, Clare is once again joined by her regular accompanist, the brilliant pianist Jason Rebello, winner of the British Jazz Awards 2017 Best Pianist, followed by his triumphant concert in the 2018 London Jazz Festival. His eagerly awaited performance in the 2019 Steinway two-piano Festival concert with Julian Joseph was such an outstanding success that their return to the 2020 Festival is already assured.

“Sensitive vocals, with a very personal musical approach making great songs all her own”. - Gregory Porter

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From swing to sublime ballads, Clare’s Duo Concerts are renowned for their fabulous musicality coupled with Clare’s warm and witty storytelling guaranteeing the audience something uniquely personal and always very special.

The rich, jazz infused repertoire explores timeless classics penned by the legendary musical storytellers of the last 100 years and celebrates giants of the Great American and British Songbooks through to the work of more contemporary writers crafting the standards of today plus Clare’s own original compositions.

The joyous ever-evolving set list draws from a rich catalogue including selections from Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Rodgers and Hart, Sting, Van Morrison and Ed Cobb and honouring the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day, Nancy Wilson, Frances Faye and Peggy Lee.

As one of the UK’s greatest interpreters of song and much loved performers, with 15 acclaimed albums to her name, and a new album due to be released in 2020, Clare and her pianist promise a sparkling night of inspired music and unbridled entertainment, performed by the very best.

“Clare has a timeless sound to her voice and classic touch and sound to her own song-writing. Now how modern is that? Music to melt to I’d say.” - Jamie Cullum

“Ladies and gents, I’d like to introduce someone that I’m a fan of. She’s a threat! When I say a threat, she’s a triple threat - she writes, she sings and she can do like a fire thing right!? Please go out and buy Clare Teal’s record! - Michael Bublé

“The new first lady of Jazz” – The Independent

“A First Class Evening’s Entertainment from The Queen of Swing” – Time Out

“In this overcrowded field, Clare Teal deserves special attention” – Daily Telegraph,

“Fabulous” – Daily Mail,

“This is as good as they come” – Jazzwise,

“[Get Happy]... heralds the arrival of a major new talent… If we rave about it, it’s because it’s worth raving about”  - Michael Parkinson, BBC Radio 2,

“Some singers sing standards, some sing their own material, but very few do both and even fewer do it well. Clare Teal is one of those rarities” - The Observer

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Clare Teal is one of the UK’s most celebrated and much loved singers.  With her stunning voice, encyclopaedic knowledge of jazz, swing and big band music, and her innate warmth and wit, Clare is a sought after singer throughout the country as well as a prolific recording artist and popular BBC Radio 2 broadcaster.

After signing to independent label Candid in 2001 and releasing 3 acclaimed titles, it was Clare’s first album for Sony Jazz which became her breakthrough record. Released in 2004, ‘Don’t Talk’ topped the Jazz charts and entered the UK Top 20, garnering extraordinary plaudits and several awards. By the middle of this year she will have recorded and released 15 albums to public and critical acclaim, 7 of them on her own label MUD Records.

Clare continues to surge ahead on her mission to bring big band and swing to music lovers everywhere, to demonstrate that this genre is ever evolving and still relevant in todays world.  Alongside her own weekly 2 hour live radio show on BBC Radio 2, Clare performs across the length and breadth of the UK, and internationally, with either her Pianist, Trio, Mini Big Band or Hollywood Orchestra (Mini Big Band with Strings), celebrating the singers and songwriters of yesteryear and today alongside her own original material.  She also guests with the Hallé, BBC Concert, RTÉ Concert and The John Wilson orchestras as well as other top big bands.  In August 2015, in addition to a packed touring schedule, Clare produced and presented her 2nd full scale concert for the Proms Season at the Royal Albert Hall.  ‘Story of Swing’ featured 2 roaring big bands and many special guests it was broadcast on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3 and televised on BBC Four.

Spring 2016 saw the release of her new album, and most ambitious project to date, Twelve O’Clock Tales, recorded with the famed Hallé orchestra launching on April 30th. To support the release Clare will be touring Twelve O’Clock Tales throughout 2016, conducted and arranged by world-class trumpet and composer Guy Barker.  The inaugural concert was at Bridgewater Hall with the Hallé on April 30th 2016.

Other highlights of Clare’s live work include collaborating with Sir Van Morrison on his album ‘Duets: Reworking the Catalogue’ resulting in the A listed Radio single ‘Carrying A Torch’, opening twice for Liza Minnelli at Kenwood House and the Royal Festival Hall, singing with the BBC Big Band at Proms in the Park, headlining the Bourbon Street Tent at Glastonbury Festival, performing regularly at the world renowned Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, storming the Marlborough Jazz Festival and producing, presenting and performing ‘Battle of the Bands Duke Ellington v Count Basie’  for the 2014 Proms Season at the Royal Albert Hall, which was broadcast simultaneously on BBC Radio 2 & 3 and was the most viewed prom of 2014 on BBC Four.

Clare won British Jazz Singer of the year in 2005, 2007 and 2015, and BBC Jazz Singer of the Year in 2006. She was awarded Arts & Entertainment Personality of the Year in 2004 & 2011 Yorkshire Awards, a coveted Gold Badge by BASCA (British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors) in 2011 and an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music by the University of Wolverhampton in 2015.

Twelve O’Clock Tales – Album preview listen here:


Kandace Springs at Alexandra Palace Theatre, London.

Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020

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We have received the following press release regarding this event;

The Women Who Raised Me

Saturday 31 October 2020, 7.30pm
LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre

Bookings at

Kandace Springs’ London show has been successfully rescheduled to the autumn for all the enjoy. Her new Blue Note album, The Women Who Raised Me, is out now

Kandace Springs will bring her soul-drenched vocals to the classic Alexandra Palace Theatre to perform from her upcoming Blue Note album, her most personal work yet. Entitled The Women Who Raised Me, it is her loving tribute to the great female singers who inspired her to become bone of the premier jazz/soul vocalists of our time, a journey that has taken in a tour with Gregory Porter and a string of sold out concerts in the EFG London Jazz Festival. As Prince once said, ‘Kandace Springs has a voice that could melt snow’. 

The album will feature her interpretations of songs that she first heard growing up in Tennessee, ranging from Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Carmen McRae, through 60’s legends Nina Simone and Dusty Springfield, to modern greats like Sade and Lauryn Hill.

‘With her mature musical personality, impeccable taste, and talent, Springs makes each piece her own’ (★★★★ The Times)

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Serious produces a year-round programme of major concerts, festivals and national and international tours, learning and participation and talent development programmes, as well as specially commissioned bespoke events. Parallel to this it has established a registered charity, Serious Trust, to fundraise and support the next generation of artists and audiences through its artist development, learning and participation and commissioning programmes.


Shrewsbury Django Fest at The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury.

Dates: Friday, October 16, 2020 - Sunday, October 18, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists
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From Chris Quinn via Facebook;

We’re very pleased and excited to announce confirmed artist for the 1st Shrewsbury Django Fest include;


October 16th - 18th 2020. @ The Lion Hotel Shrewsbury
Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury SY1 1UY

Plus more incredible artists TBA! Like our page to get ticket link info! Tickets go on sale Sunday 8th March 14:00 GMT!

Tickets are ON SALE NOW! - Friday’s evening concert includes, The Manouchetones followed by the Fapy Lafertin / Paulus Schäfer Quintette with Christiaan Vanhemert on Violin. Saturday features UK gypsy jazz legends Gary Potter and John Wheatcroft Qt backing the incredible Sara Oschlag, if that’s not enough straight after we have Martin Taylor and Ulf Wakenius!! Sunday night we have the amazing Remi Harris duo, the all star jam, more bands, jams in the hotel and around the town. Gigs in the bar! Workshops, Masterclasses, guitar demos… it’s going to be a phenomenal weekend! Get your tickets before we sell out!

Equinox at Black Mountain Jazz, Melville Centre, Abergavenny.

Date: Sunday, August 23, 2020

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From the Black Mountain Jazz website;


Sunday 23rd August 2020: 8pm
Bar opens at 7.30pm

Melville Theatre: Pen-y-Pound, Abergavenny, NP7 5UD

£12 Standard
£10 Friends of BMJ
Students £3 on the door

Equinox features some of the finest musicians from the South West recreating and arranging tunes from the Hard Bop era.

They usually perform as a quartet but for this Black Mountain Jazz performance they line up as a trio.

Steve Mathers on saxaphone brings a unique and diverse approach to music. He has toured across Europe and the UK with various bands, solo artists and as a soloist.  He has played along side members of the Ronnie Scotts All Stars.

John-Paul Gard is no stranger to BM Jazz.  He is one of the most experienced electric organ musicians in the country and regularly performs with his own project, as well as with The Jon Dalton Organ Trio and The George Benson Tribute Band. 

Dave Smith is one of the most in demand drummers on the British alternative/improv music scene. Drawing on a wide range of influences, from West African percussion to jazz drumming, his explosive style and musical sensitivity give him the versatility to play in many musical environments.

A Winged Victory for the Sullen at Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre, London.

Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020


Barbican Centre

Silk Street,

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We have received the following press release regarding this event;

A Winged Victory for the Sullen

Thu 19 Nov 2020, Barbican Hall, 8pm

Tickets £22.50 – 27.50 plus booking fee

Purveyors of contemporary ambient and electronic inspired music, A Winged Victory for the Sullen return to the Barbican’s music programme this autumn in a concert covering a cross-section of their material old and new. The duo – a collaboration between Adam Wiltzie (Stars of the Lid) and pianist and composer Dustin O’Halloran – has nurtured a cult status over the past decade as one of the most experimental voices in contemporary-classical music today.

Both artists are also important innovators in their own right and they have separately had a hand in iconic film scores and game-changing ambient-classical groups. Their material together has produced a series of records for Erased Tapes and Kranky, and their latest 2019 album The Undivided Five marked their Ninja Tune debut. It is only their second piece of original music outside of film, TV and stage commissions, and sees them pay greater heed to the small details in their sound than previously, channelling influences from Debussy to Jóhann Jóhannsson. The Undivided Five is their fifth release, and they have embraced the serendipitous role of the number five, inspired by artist Hilma af Klint and the recurrence of the perfect fifth chord.

A Winged Victory for the Sullen return to the Barbican’s contemporary music programme following two sold-out shows at Milton Court Concert Hall in October 2014 and their headline appearance in the Barbican Hall in December 2015, which also featured Hauschka as a special guest.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Bird on the Wire

On sale to Barbican members on Thu 5 Mar 2020
On general sale on Friday 6 Mar 2020

Mark Lettieri Group at The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town, London.

Dates: Monday, July 13, 2020 - Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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Mon Jul 13 2020
7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Jazz Cafe
5 Parkway Camden Town
London NW1 7PG

Guitarist, composer and producer Mark Lettieri is a true master of his craft.

Playing in the vibrant Metroplex gospel and R&B scene led Lettieri to join acclaimed jazz group Snarky Puppy in 2008, where he contributes not just as guitarist, but as an arranger and composer. His work with group has resulted in three GRAMMY Awards.

Outside of Snarky Puppy, Lettieri has released three albums as a leader: Knows in 2011, Futurefun in 2013, and most recently, Spark and Echo in 2016 (Ropeadope), which climbed to #11 on Billboard’s Jazz Albums Chart, and #2 on iTunes’ Jazz Chart. His fourth full-length album, Things of that Nature, was out late last year and is easily his most progressive and melodic.

Whether he’s playing hip-hop, worship or instrumental jazz, Mark’s undeniable flair and expertise makes him a must-see when he’s in town.

Taj Mahal & Jon Cleary at Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre, London.

Date: Friday, July 17, 2020


Barbican Centre

Silk Street,

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Taj Mahal & Jon Cleary

Fri 17 Jul 2020, Barbican Hall, 7.30pm

Tickets £20 – 30 plus booking fee
American blues musician Henry Saint Clair Fredericks aka Taj Mahal is a singer-songwriter and film composer who plays the guitar, banjo, harmonica and many other instruments. His work has done much to reshape the definition and scope of blues music over the course of his more than 50-year career, by fusing sounds from the Caribbean, Africa and the South Pacific. In this special Barbican double-bill he appears alongside British-born New Orleans-based funk and R’n’B musician Jon Cleary who has recorded nine albums to date and has been touring globally with the bands of Taj Mahal, John Scofield, Dr. John, and Bonnie Raitt.  Cleary has also led his own group, The Absolute Monster Gentlemen, for over two decades now.
Produced by the Barbican

On sale to Barbican members on Thu 20 Feb 2020
On general sale on Friday 21 Feb 2020

A Night Of Bond With Janine Johnson at Boisdale Restaurant,Canary Wharf, London.

Date: Friday, July 10, 2020

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From Janine Johnson via Facebook;

7.00 pm
A Night Of Bond With Janine Johnson
Public · Hosted by Boisdale Restaurants (Canary Wharf)

“Goldfinger”, “Live and Let Die”, “License to Kill”, “Skyfall”, “Diamonds are Forever”
A NIGHT OF BOND with Janine Johnson singing hits such as “Goldfinger”, “Live and Let Die”, “License to Kill”, “Skyfall”, “Diamonds are Forever” and many more will take your mind on a journey to the celestial zones of your inner self, and that’s just the music! When you come back down to earth and get the visual of Janine Johnsons passion in her production of the hits we all love, you will be back up among the stars again.

Janine Johnson offers her tribute to one of Britain’s most exciting legends of film, theme tunes, satire and cocktails. A diamond amongst songstresses, Janine Johnson will uplift and delight you. Accompanied by some of the UK music scene’s crème de la creme. A night of ‘Pure Gold’ with special guests. Not to be Missed!

As well as being a rising solo artist on the Jazz/Soul music scene, Janine is a lead vocalist with the Westcoast Soulstars, the Cool Million Family and Urban Voices Collective and she works regularly in the music industry as a session singer. Her collaborations include: Ian Shaw, Paloma Faith, Bobby McFerrin, Take That, George Michael, Ray Davies, The Who, Kaiser Chiefs, Sarah Jane Morris, David Arnold and the list continues.

Janine is adventurous and passionate about life in general. She was living and working in Spain for 12 years before returning to London to further her music/acting career. She trained in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting and has played a number of roles in Theatre and TV, the most recent being; The Harder They Come, Blues Brothers and Midnight Beast (E4). As a singer/songwriter she has one Album; Strength, Wisdom and Growth, a freshly released EP called Passion with the second album due for release in 2018.

“Janine can SING……go see her” David Arnold (Film Composer, James Bond)

“With a voice of smooth velvet and a body to die for, Janine Johnson embodies SOUL” Sarah Jane Morris (The Communards)

“Janine is a soulful woman and even more soulful singer. She will touch your spirit and make you happy with her voice.” Gill Manly (Jazz Singer)

“Janine is a force of nature” Femi Elufowojo Jr (Associate Artist, Almeida Theatre)

“Janine Johnson, LAWD, LAWD!!!” Mark Pulsford (Artist)



AFTER SHOW DJ – Tue & Wed till 12am • Thu till 1am • Fri & Sat till 2am

Jools Holland is Boisdale’s Patron of Music presenting the very best in jazz, blues and soul and occasionally rock’n’roll. Described as “London’s No 1 jazz venue” by Tatler Magazine, Boisdale of Canary Wharf is a two-floor venue overlooking the fountains of Cabot Square, which comprises an award-winning restaurant, four private dining rooms, The Oyster Bar & Grill, The Cigar Terrace, the world’s most extensive whisky bar (over 1000 malt whiskies!), and a stunning walk-in cigar humidor & shop.
The food offering ranges from an excellent value bar menu with a wonderful selection of burgers starting at £10.75and an A La carte menu celebrating great British ingredients with flair and imagination. The dry-aged Aberdeenshire steaks are simply amazing! You can also enjoy fabulous cocktails, a good selection real ales and draft lagers as well as an outstanding wine list with over 200 bins.

Boisdale of Canary Wharf Restaurant - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QT

Wall2Wall Jazz Festival, various venues, Abergavenny

Dates: Monday, October 12, 2020 - Sunday, October 18, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists
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We have moved the wall2wall Jazz Festival to later in the year so as to avoid a clash with the August bank holiday.  The 2020 festival will be Monday 12th to Sunday 18th October.

The festival dinner will be on Thursday 15th October at the Angel Hotel and we will be entertained by Zoe Gilby - who was also a winner at the 2019 Parliamentary Jazz Awards, winning Jazz Vocalist of the Year.  We are currently taking reservations for the dinner

Milestones Jazz Festival, curated by Ronnie Scott’s at Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, London.

Date: Sunday, July 26, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists
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We have received the following press release;

Marcus Miller, Incognito, Courtney Pine & Omar, and Jazzie B are the first acts to be announced, with the festival to be held on Sunday 26th July at Alexandra Palace.

World-famous jazz club Ronnie Scott’s has today announced the launch of Milestones, a brand-new one-day jazz festival, which will take place at Alexandra Palace in North London on Sunday 26th July.

This comes after a landmark year of 6 th anniversary celebrations in 2019, which culminated in a spectacular sold-out gala concert at the Royal Albert Hall in October. Milestones Festival promises to transport Ronnie Scott’s world-class line-up of acts outside of the club’s walls in Soho, and into the stunning grounds of Alexandra Palace.

There will be three stages: the Main Stage outside, the Indoor Stage in Ally Pally’s newly refurbished Theatre, and the DJ Stage. Confirmed to play are American superstar bassist Marcus Miller, funk and soul legends Incognito, British jazz icon Courtney Pine with special guest Omar, and DJ, producer and founder of Soul II Soul, Jazzie B. More acts will be announced in the coming weeks.

Simon Cooke, Managing Director at Ronnie Scott’s says: “We had an extraordinarily successful 60th anniversary here at the club, and wanted to build on the momentum of our activity in 2019 by launching what we believe will be the most exciting jazz festival in London. Milestones, as the name suggests, will mark a new era for Ronnie Scott’s, where we can take the Ronnie’s name and the greatest musicians and acts from the world of jazz to an even bigger audience.  We have been looking to do something different for a while and I guess an outdoor day/ evening festival is about as different as we could get from the club in Soho.”

Nick Lewis, Head of Music and Promotions at Ronnie Scott’s says: “When the team at Alexandra Palace offered us loan of the site for the day, it was too good an opportunity to turn down. Alexandra Palace is a stunningly beautiful backdrop for a festival with beautiful views over the city; it also has history in live jazz (the Capital Radio Jazz Festival ran there from 1979-1980). We’re incredibly excited to be bringing a one-day, proper music festival to this part of town.”

Alex Losardo, External Events Programmer and Manager at Ronnie Scott’s says: “To have the opportunity to program a music festival with the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in such a historic place, Alexandra Palace, is humbling to say the least.  Right now, in London we are in a moment where there is an incredible amount of world-class music being created and performed live.  I am thrilled to be a part of this team,presenting such a special outing for the first time”.

Simon Fell, Events Director at Alexandra Palace, says: “It’s fantastic to be welcoming Ronnie Scott’s to Ally Pally this summer. The line-up looks amazing, the setting is superb and it should all make for a brilliant day. Ronnie Scott’s have an ever-growing history of putting on great shows here at Ally Pally and it’s exciting to expand this to a packed one-day festival. I can only encourage you to come along and join in.”

Festival attendees will also be able to sample delicious street food, craft ales and cocktails, and there will be a VIP bar for Ronnie Scott’s members.

Early bird tickets will go on sale at 12pm midday on Thursday 30th January via
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and are priced at:
- £39.75 + booking fee (Adults)
- £26.50 + booking fee (6-15-year olds)
- Under 5s go free but need a ticket to enter

Visit to find out more about the festival and get updates on the line-up as further acts are announced.




Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY

Mice In A Matchbox at The Nottingham Arms, Tewkesbury, Glos.

Date: Friday, July 10, 2020

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8.00 pm
Mice At The Nottingham Arms
Public · Hosted by Mice in a Matchbox

Nottingham Arms (Tewkesbury)
High Street, GL20 5JU Tewkesbury
01684 491514
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These two have been performing together on tour in England, Wales, Portugal and the West Indies. They have sailed twice around the Atlantic in a small sailing boat. They have performed at festivals like Nozstock, The Green Gathering, The Guadiana International Music Festival, Hay on Wye’s How The Light Gets in and Glastonbury.

Ant Law Quintet ‘Life I Know’ at The Hive Music & Media Centre, Shrewsbury.

Date: Saturday, October 17, 2020

Featuring: Ant Law Quintet
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The Hive, Shrewsbury

5 Belmont,

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Ant Law
Life I Know
£18 / £9 Under 22

Ant Law is the innovative guitarist/composer/and leader of this quintet with some of the finest musicians in British jazz today. “Life I know” is the title of the band’s third album. Abounding in warmth and energy, the quintet is an exciting band to hear live.

Ant Law               Guitar

Michael Chillingworth       Reeds

Ivo Neame             Piano

Tom Farmer             Bass

James Maddren         Drums

Burton Agnes Jazz and Blues Festival Burton Agnes Hall, Driffield ,East Yorkshire.

Dates: Friday, July 17, 2020 - Sunday, July 19, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists
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Burton Agnes Jazz and Blues Festival

Burton Agnes Hall, Driffield, YO25 4NB

Next year’s Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival is on 17th to 19th July 2020. Mega early bird tickets are available now, until 31st August 2019, for the 2020 festival.

For more information please visit:
Telephone 01262 490324