Last Sunday in London – I decided to spend it with my DSLR.
To make it more fun, I took on a challenge of only taking photos that barely have any people in it – a hard feat considering how crowded London can be. 247 more words
Last week, Keefy and I took a very exciting trip down to London town. Being jazz musicians, I’m always on the look out for cool gigs to go to, so imagine my absolutely delight when I discovered that Dave Grusin (piano- and Keith’s absolute favourite) and Lee Ritenour (guitar) were in town at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. 594 more words
It can get a bit cosy in the cheap(er) seats at Ronnie’s and conversations start. “I was there that night”, the guy next to me said, “when Miles came in and heard him”. 392 more words
“Explosive”. That’s how I’d describe this Monty Alexander set at Ronnie Scott’s on Saturday night, 21st June. It was a privilege to be there.
This wasn’t the Monty Alexander who plays Monticello – a fabulously Jazzed-up version of Marvin Gaye’s Inner City Blues. 741 more words
Well, this was supposed to be a jolly book review; timed to usher in jazz festival season. Of course, it is still timely in that respect, but jolly? 746 more words
it was 3 hours of fun, tears, laughter, music and reminiscing! the guests were amazing, especially gilbert and george who had me in stitches! you can listen again for the next week, dont miss out on hearing the wonderful phone call from eilleen (2 hours 30 mins in). 118 more words