Gig guide for 22 Jan-28 Jan

RCB Big Band Eastside, Birmingham Monday 22 Jan Ruby Turner Ronnie Scott's, London Monday 22 Jan and Tuesday 23 Jan Sam Braysher Watermill Jazz, Dorking Tues 23 Jan Huw Warren Flute and Tankard, Cardiff Tues 23 Jan Rick Margitza quartet East …

Published: 20 Jan 2024. Updated: 38 days.

RCB Big Band Eastside, Birmingham Monday 22 Jan

Ruby Turner Ronnie Scott's, London Monday 22 Jan and Tuesday 23 Jan

Sam Braysher Watermill Jazz, Dorking Tues 23 Jan

Huw Warren Flute and Tankard, Cardiff Tues 23 Jan

Rick Margitza quartet East Hastings Sea Angling Association, Hastings Tues 23 Jan

Pete Long-Ryan Quigley Quintet Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Leavenheath Wed 24 Jan

Simone Manunza Trio Matt and Phred's, Manchester Wed 24 Jan

Alec Dankworth The Green Room, Henley Wed 24 Jan

Lewis Watson Quartet The Cask, Scarborough Wed 24 Jan

Iain Ballamy Flute and Tankard, Cardiff Wed 24 Jan

Jamil Sheriff's 4in1 Lescar, Sheffield Wed 24 Jan

Simon Spillett Cu Mumbles, Swansea Wed 24 Jan

Jonny Bruce Organ Quartet Hen and Chicken, Bristol Thurs 25 Jan

Huw Warren Quartet Hidden Rooms, Cambridge Thurs 25 Jan

Rob Cope Vortex, London Thurs 25 Jan

Ronnie Bottomley Big Band Seven, Leeds Thurs 25 Jan

Dennis Rollins Velocity trio Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester Thurs 25 Jan

Brandon Allen The Boileroom, Guildford Fri 26 Jan

Mark Crookes and Nigel Price Quartet 1000 Trades, Birmingham Fri 26 Jan

Julian Costello Quartet St Andrew's church, Hove Fri 26 Jan

Dom Pipkin and the Ikos Peggy's Skylight, Nottingham Fri 26 Jan

Kate Williams Quartet Crookes Social Club, Sheffield Fri 26 Jan

Ben Shankland Trio Scott's, Belfast Fri 26 Jan

John Law The Hound Dog, Derby Sat 27 Jan

Luca Gianassi Jazz Trio Jazz Cafe, Lincoln Sun 28 Jan

Denny Ilett and Iain Ballamy The Retreat, Reading Sun 28 Jan in the afternoon

Dennis Rollins, pictured, plays in Leicester on Thrsday

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Sarah L King to debut

Singer-songwriter Sarah L King is to debut next month with Fire Horse produced by Claire Martin. The album to be issued on the Peccadillo label features eight of King's original compositions and we were much taken by the very radio friendly …

Published: 19 Jan 2024. Updated: 9 days.

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Singer-songwriter Sarah L King is to debut next month with Fire Horse produced by Claire Martin. The album to be issued on the Peccadillo label features eight of King's original compositions and we were much taken by the very radio friendly lead-off track 'Holding On To Love' - our new track of the week (reminds us of the style of Rumer a little), Fire Horse also includes arrangements of 'Devil May Care', 'Lush Life' and 'Stolen Moments'. On the album Jim Watson is on piano and keyboards, Laurence Cottle on electric bass, Jeremy Brown on double bass, Ian Thomas is on drums, James McMillan on flugelhorn and Chris Traves is on trombone. Martin says: "I love Sarah's vocal style and songwriting skills. Thought provoking, tender and sophisticated lyrics set to soulful jazz melodies that are fresh and well crafted. I'm very proud to be involved with her debut album and look forward to more people hearing her music."

Dates coming up include a launch gig at Pizza Express Jazz Club in London on 18 February