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The Spice of Life in Cambridge Circus, Soho has Monday lunchtime Jazz sessions in the cellar bar.
For the Monday lunchtime programme see: Spice of Life Programme

For those of you who, like me, missed Marco Marconi at the Ashwell Music Festival, he is appearing at the Spice of Life on Thursday 2nd June 7pm together with Emma Rawicz-Szczerbo – Saxophone, Jakub Cyqinksi – Double Bass, Joel Barford – Drums.
For this and some other evening jazz and blues events see:
https://www.spiceoflifesoho.com/events/

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There are several jazz concerts later this year at Cadogan Hall, London. including on July 1st, a musical and film archive tribute to Ronnie Scott featuring the Ronnie Scott All Stars.
Later, on September 11th at 3:00pm The Len Phillips Swing Orchestra will be appearing. This orchestra also appears at other venues and Warner Breaks.
For their diary thru 2022/3 see https://www.lpswingorchestra.com/diary.

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Legendary guitarist John McLaughlin performs with The 4th Dimension at the Barbican, London on Saturday 28 May 2022.
Further details at https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2022/event/john-mclaughlin

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Live music at the Garden City Brewery Letchworth, usually on the last Wednesday of the month, including 'The Jazz Hands'. See our Events page and GCB Facebook page for details.

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Clarinetist and saxophonist, John Wurr, has an impressive CV. Starting in the ‘50s, playing guitar in a skiffle group, he developed into an extremely talented clarinetist and saxophonist, who understands and interprets the classic jazz, New Orleans and swing idioms.
See a video of John leading his all star Louis Armstrong band at the Keswick festival, with Rico Tomasso and Colin Bowden: https://youtu.be/4OoKrkKlMxI

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For the latest news from Mosaic records, together with some fantastc video clips from Charles Mingus and Count Basie among others, see: https://www.mosaicrecords.com/jazz-gazette-news/
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The Jazz Guide has restarted publication with a list of live, mainly traditional, gigs and jazz breaks / holidays.
See the link below for more info on jazz events nationwide or to receive a monthly copy by post.

: thejazzguide.co.uk.

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JAZZ ON ( internet) RADIO: Sound of Spitfire, the Internet radio station, now has a regular Monday evening jazz show by English drummer John Petters.

Tune in on Monday night at 7pm (approximately, the show sometimes starts a bit late!)  repeated at 2pm Wednesdays and 1am Thursday.

Playing traditional New Orleans style jazz and music, mostly but not exclusively, from the 20s and 30s.

Here’s the link to listen to Sound of Spitfire : https://www.soundofspitfire.co.uk

For more information on the station itself see: soundofspitfire.info

See also John's own site at  https://traditional-jazz.com/

 

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