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See-man-day were a British funk group with west indian heritage in the 70s. Their work has been sampled by the likes of De La Soul and the original records are a must have in every funk DJs record collection. 35 more words


Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club to take over Rose Theatre Kingston

For one night only, audiences at Rose Theatre Kingston will have the opportunity to enjoy a slice of Soho’s music history as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club takes over the venue on Sun 11 Jun, 7.30pm. 206 more words

Live Music

Lizzie returns to her roots

Derbyshire-born violinist and singer Lizzie Ball  – who has played with pop legends Jeff Beck and the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson  –  returns to her musical roots in Buxton International Festival in July. 461 more words


World renowned singer Elaine Delmar takes our Sugar Rush Quiz

Elaine Delmar began her career at the age of Thirteen, in 1952, in The Children’s hour for the BBC. She played piano in the live Broadcasts with Radio Orchestras, which she had studied from the age of six. 304 more words

Live Music

Mathew Halsall at Ronnie Scotts - Miles Davies meets John Coltrane

Having listened to a few tracks between us we already knew we were going to like the music but had no idea what was really in store for us as we decamped to Ronnie Scotts for the night to see Matthew Halsall playing with Dwight Trible. 423 more words

Shai Maestro Trio \ Paradox \ Live at Ronnie Scott's

Shai Maestro – piano

Jorge Roeder – double bass

Ziv Ravitz – drums