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Luna Cohen-vocals Rob Luft-guitar Sam Watts-piano Matheus Nova-bass Marius Rodrigues-drums Transport yourself to Brazil with the charismatic sounds of Luna Cohen and her band. At once joyful and sultry, their music celebrates the diversity of Brazilian culture, incorporating the colourful grooves and rhythms of Afro-Brazilian influences, Samba and Bossa Nova, with a new and thoroughly modern approach. Savour the lively melodies and improvisation of a quintet which has performed for global audiences for three years, featuring the warm vocals of singer Luna Cohen with Rob Luft on guitar, Sam Watts on piano, Matheus Nova on bass, and Marius Rodrigues on drums. The quintet’s musical repertoire combines original songs penned by Luna Cohen with exciting interpretations of the biggest icons of Brazilian music. Join Luna and her band on this powerful journey, and celebrate an enchanting music that both tells a personal story and expresses the soul of Brazil. https://www.606club.co.uk/events/view/luna-cohen-s-brazilian-jazz-night/
I'm back at the cosy Green Note Basement singing bawdy blues & jazz from the 1920s - 40s. Songs made popular by the likes of Ethel Water, Alberta Hunter, Bessie Smith, Sophie Tucker and many others. And some jazz standards too. You can find out more information by going to: https://www.greennote.co.uk/production/suzanne-noble/
Faye Patton Solo piano/voice appearance on the first floor of the very classy Toulouse Lautrec jazz club, South Londons most beautiful multi-storey, French themed music venue. Please come along, bring friends and enjoy an intimate evening of classic jazz standards and originals, and a smooth, bluesy ambience. If music be the food of love, play on ... Why not book a table and sample some excellent food? Even though the gig is free and no ticket is needed, table reservation is recommended! Toulouse Lautrec 140 Newington Butts Kennington London SE11 4RN[masked] www.toulouselautrec.co.uk A uniquely classy evening with an unusual artist whose lush vocal style and prodigiously funky piano playing has attracted comparisons with Horace Silver, Judy Garland, Nina Simone, Kate Bush, and Rikki Lee Jones. Be prepared for a voice that reaches heights, depths and lengths that will thrill you! Here's what they say about her: "Smoke-fuelled and chameleon-like...supreme effort of both freeform and choreographed musicianship." Gareth Hayes, Rock n' Reel. "One of east London's finest jazz vocalists and pianists." Hackney Empire. "Pure Versatility...mightily impressed." Keith Ames, Musician Magazine. .................................................................................... To dine from the á la carte menu before the show Please call[masked] or Book Online Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations. Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.
Tomorrow's Warriors, the hothouse for emerging young jazz musicians, presents a monthly night at Karamel. This month they're putting on StringTing, who are fresh from a UK tour with the Steve Williamson Experience. Blazing a wide trail for women and strings in jazz, StringTing’s musicians are core players in Tomorrow’s Warriors’ acclaimed Nu Civilisation Orchestra and are ones to watch as they begin to make an indelible mark on the London jazz scene. Led by violinist Rhiannon Dimond and mentored by jazz double bassist and Tomorrow’s Warriors artistic director Gary Crosby OBE, StringTing play a wide range of jazz repertoire with their unique sound combining a classical technique with a jazz approach. As well as performing as part of the Nu Civilisation Orchestra and the Jazz Jamaica All Stars, they recently toured with renowned saxophonist Steve Williamson. Doors open 7pm, music starts 8pm. Tickets: £10 otd, £8 earlybird, £5 students www.musicglue.com/karamel Photocredit: Veronica Aguilar