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Faye Patton

Time: 7:30 – 10:30pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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Full dining options available during the performance.
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online for a table.


”A Winter Warmer of red hot tunes
with Nu jazz singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist, Faye Patton."

Faye will be showcasing a range of originals from her catalogue, some standards, and some new compositions. Expect soaring, bluesy vocals, blistering piano hooks, glittering guitar riffs and smooth vibes.

Described by Jazzwise magazine as ''A singer-songwriter with a stylised vocal reminiscent of Tori Amos, with a more Ray Charles-influenced R 'n' B slant.'' - Faye Patton - known by some in the jazz world as The Jazz Pixie, appears with her long-time band members for a unique evening of music featuring an array of self-composed jazz tunes from her 4 CD releases and some well-loved vintage standards. A prodigiously funky piano player and guitarist whose songs of passion and inspiration sooth the soul and fire the spirit - with some gutsy rhythm and blues foundations from her talented crew. A uniquely classy evening with an unusual artist whose lush sonic style has attracted comparisons with Horace Silver, Judy Garland, Nina Simone, Kate Bush, Prince and Rikki Lee Jones. Be prepared for a voice that reaches heights, depths and lengths that will thrill you!

"Smoke-fuelled and chameleon-like...supreme effort of both freeform and choreographed musicianship."
Gareth Hayes, Rock n' Reel.

"One of east London's finest jazz vocalists and pianists."
Hackney Empire

"Pure Versatility...mightily impressed."
Keith Ames, Musician Magazine

”Remarkably seductive voice and presence, musically skilled, and strong and passionate personality.”
Luis Raul Montell, Radio Jazz Caribe

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Door: 7pm
Show: 8:00 – 10:30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£12 On the Door
Online Tickets from £10

Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.

To dine from the á la carte menu before the show
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online
Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations.

TYPE OF EVENT : Jazz, Swing, BeBop

”All Star Quintet"

This all-star quintet will perform jazz classics from swing to bebop and beyond. Variety and entertainment guaranteed with the incredible Ben Cummings on trumpet and multi-instrumentalist Mark Aston on saxes.

Ben Cummings (trumpet and vocals) has played and recorded at top level in almost every genre from New Orleans and vintage jazz to soul, salsa and pop. Currently touring with Caro Emerald, plus occasional appearances with Emeli Sandé, he maintains his jazz chops in the Kenny Ball Jazz Band, post modern jazz band Miss Kiddy and the Cads, and a wide variety of other ensembles. He also enjoys performing with his own quartet featuring virtuoso pianist Craig Miverton.

Mark Aston (saxes) cut his teeth playing and writing musical arrangements in Bristol while still at School. He formed his own band at University and has gone on to build more than 30 years experience playing in London. Influences range from dixieland to mainstream, bebop and beyond. Currently he is a member of the Phil Brown Swingtet and Graeme Hewitt's High Society Jazz Band. Mark teaches saxophone and clarinet and runs his own successful club with sell-out audiences, where he has performed with Ben Cummings, Alan Barnes, Nigel Price, Peter Rudeforth and others.

Alan Berry (piano) is one of those highly sought-after musicians who knows just about every jazz standard in the book, in any key. Over an impressive career he has accompanied many top musicians. A highlight was a series of live BBC broadcasts with vibes player Lennie Best.

Terry Davis (bass) has a career that encompasses jazz, rock and pop. He has recorded with Rod Stewart, featured as support artist to Eric Clapton, and played with notable jazz artists such as Al Grey and Buddy Tate from the Count Basie Orchestra

Matt Skeaping (Drums) is a superb drummer who has become the number one choice for many. He has recorded with Claire Martin (OBE) and was with Jamie Cullum for 18 months. Other notable credits include a stint with jazz gurus Liam Noble and Phil Robson.