Recording Show: 7.00pm-9.00pm
Hampstead Jazz Club is an Official Venue Partner of London Jazz Festival Week November 2020
Jazz FM Classic Album Playback series in partnership with the Hampstead Jazz Club
Jazz FM is celebrating 30 years of broadcasting through the music and artists that have made us famous. For three weeks in Feb 2021 , Jazz FM will broadcast a programme called “The Classic Albums”. Hosted by journalist Jonathan Wingate, each week concentrating on a jazz album.
Classic Album: Nina Simone – ‘Baltimore’ (1978)
Baltimore is the fourteenth studio album by American singer Nina Simone, released in January 1978.
IAN SHAW AND JAMIE SAFIR:
Safir and Shaw appear tonight as a duo taking you through charming and honest interpretations of great songs of the jazz age.
Multi-award winner as best jazz vocalist - BBC Jazz Awards 2007 and 2004 and Parliamentary Jazz Awards 2018, alongside nominations from the Jazz FM Awards 2013 and Downbeat Magazine 2017, Ian Shaw has amassed a number of highly acclaimed internationally released albums and is a popular performer both in the UK and the US. He has been cited, along with Mark Murphy and Kurt Elling, as one of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists. "One of the UK's most honest and musical jazz vocalists." - The Guardian
"One of the finest singers in contemporary music." - All About Jazz (US)
The panel will be made up of fellow journalists, Jazz FM presenters and musicians – those in the know who can add a layer of knowledge and understanding that fed the inquisitive minds of our audience. Following the playback, the featured musicians will re-create a number of tracks from the classic album and performed a mini-set.
Host: Jonathan Wingate, Broadcaster/HJC Host
Producer: Mike Vitti
Vocals: Ian Shaw
Piano: Jamie Safir
Panel: To Be Announced
This is a fully seated event. COVID-19 regulations apply for seating and all measures are in place to ensure the safety of the audience and the performers
Please note, The Venue is not licensed to allow access to Children under the age of 16 after 9pm, so children will have to leave at the end of the evening performance.
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