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IAN SHAW Vocals (Friday 31 January 2013)
A welcome return for the hugely talented Ian Shaw. The U.K’s leading jazz vocalist, Ian Shaw can justifiably be regarded as the equal of Mark Murphy or Kurt Elling.
Of his latest album, a collection of songs by Fran Landesman, Peter Quinn (Jazzwise) wrote “it would be no exaggeration to say that his interpretations of A Ghost In Every Bar are definitive.” He was a huge hit on his previous two visits to the Jazz Cafe and will be performing again with the Andy Urquhart Quartet.
Valentines Day Special
Kai Hoffman hails from Boston, Massachusetts and is a vivacious, versatile and engaging performer who possesses that rare ability to sell whatever song she is singing. Now a London based performer she appears regularly at Ronnie’s Bar (upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s) with her “Kais Cats” bringing her infectious brand of jive and swing to the Capitol. Kai Hoffman will be performing with The Andy Urquhart Quartet
GILAD ATZMON (Sexaphone)
(28th February 2013)
Israeli born alto saxophonist Gilad Atzmon produced a bravura performance on his last visit to The Jazz Café in October 2012. Since arriving in the U.K. in 1994 he has formed the ground-breaking Orient House Ensemble, earned acclaim as a novelist and become a cultural commentator. He returns with his unique blend of hard-bop cool and middle-eastern fire in the company of The Andy Urquhart Quartet.
Alan Barnes (28 March 2014
Alto, Baritone Saxophone and Clarinet
Perhaps Britain’s hardest working saxophonist, the prolific Alan Barnes has performed with his own quartet, alongside American giants Scott Hamilton and Ken Peplowski, as part of Martin Taylor’s Spirit of Django and most recently on “The jazz Age” by the bryan Ferry Orchestra. Alan Barnes will be accompanied by The Andy Urquhart Quartet.