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Sunday poetry and jazz at Ronnie Scott's

Pity poor Sunday night. Still suffering from the effects of the weekend and overshadowed by Monday’s approach, the fag end of the Sabbath is usually given over to slouching in front of the telly.  350 more words

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Looking back at 2014

With 2014 coming to a close The Haywood Sisters remember the good, the bad and the…hilarious!

Kath: We’ve had such a busy year, it’s been amazing. 424 more words

Mama Moonshine ready for haunting new single ‘Sisters’

New track available from January 30th 2015

A London based four piece with a love of all things soul, Mama Moonshine are a band tailor made for swaying between funk jams and blues rhythms. 273 more words

Happy December Doris Day!

DECEMBER FACTS: 1st December 1963 – Move Over Darling was a popular film starring James Garner (the second film with him after The Thrill of it All) 794 more words


Gentlemen of Jazz

Enjoyed shooting singer Paul Ryan and the Kenny Clayton trio at Ronnie Scotts.

These guys have worked with just about everyone in showbiz and seem to know just about everyone in Soho, but what they love is getting together for some old school jazz from the great American songbook.

Lifting the Little Black Raincloud

We’ve already covered 50% of the members that make up BLINQ – the vocal quartet that have previously graced Ronnie Scotts with their rare but exquisite performances. 330 more words


From the Secret Garden to Where You Are

Carrying on from my last BLINQ blog, I briefly mentioned the three other counterparts that make up this animated, harmonious quartet. This and the next two entries will serve to pepper your comprehension of each vocalist as individual artists, as you have the chance to catch them all in London this November. 425 more words