Two of the UKs most exciting talents in London’s crossover jazz scene join forces for one night at The Jazz Cafe.
With a clear sense of purpose, Rosie Frater-Taylor blurs the lines between jazz, folk, pop & soul.
Rosie has been hailed as “One To Watch” (JazzWise Magazine), “genuinely exceptional” (Tom Robinson, 6 Music) and “one of the most amazing musicians to come out of the UK music scene in recent years” (Yolanda Brown).
On her upcoming album ‘Bloom’ due for release on June 4th, Rosie takes us on an eclectic journey while keeping her trademark luxurious vocals and unique guitaristic song structures.
Following on from a successful year of releases with support from the likes of 6 music, Jazz FM and Worldwide FM, as well over 500k streams to date, Jackson Mathod recently released his debut album ‘Travels In A Confined Space’.
The 28-year old trumpet player studied Jazz at Guildhall, where he developed his undeniable skills on the instrument and sensibility for songwriting.
However, never feeling fully embedded in the jazz world, he quickly went onto the session musician circuit, playing for high profile artists such as Stormzy or Jordan Rakei.
A performer at heart, he started his own function band in parallel, with the role of frontman to fulfil his long love for singing. “I’m really trying to just follow where my subconscious is taking me musically. I guess this explains why there’s so much diversity in my music”
Enjoy table service and drinks on the ground floor or a little bit of luxury and a view overlooking the stage from our mezzanine restaurant. Tickets for this show are bought in groups of 2, 3 or 4 depending on the table you select.