Sunday 22nd January 2017 - 8pm (doors 7.30pm)
Tickets £10 in advance or £12 on door.
Ready for a 2017 winter warmer of a gig to chase the blues away? Another chance to see multi-instrumentalist nu jazzer Faye Patton and her drummer Ian Newton-Grant playing downstairs at Camdens award winning Green Note club. A mixture of original songs spanning 4 recordings, plus some new tunes and some classic standards. Expect rich, soulful vocals, blistering piano hooks and glittering guitar riffs - an evening to soothe the heart, nourish the soul and fire the spirit!
The event and space has a retro '20s speakeasy feel, so dressing for the occasion is optional extra fun if you want to be 'in the mood'. Think Bugsy Malone, zoot suits, flapper dresses, 'singing detective' vibe, Harlem, Idlewild ...
Competition time! Once again, we have a prohibition-era style cocktail contest. We're calling it the 'Prohibition Patton #5' - in honour of 5 gigs at this lovely venue - and the contents are up to you! Post your recipes HERE and we'll slip the winner a secret discount ticket link and a FREE album, to be collected on the night. So, jazz lovers, fierce flappers, old skool Gatsby gangsters, bathtub moonshiners and dapper dandies - looking forward to welcoming you! Booking recommended NOW. Capacity is about 22 - very cosy! We expect an early sell-out! Tickets are available through the Green Note website or via this direct link below:
The Green Note
106 Parkway, London NW1 7AN.