Tom Browne (New Date)

Monday 7th October

Iconic jazz funk trumpeter Tom Browne returns to the Jazz Cafe for his first London show in five years.

In the mid-1970s, a young trumpet player from Queens got a scholarship for the High School of Music & Performing Arts in New York. At that stage, nobody could have imagined he would come up with some of the most brilliant funk sounds ever recorded.

Tom Browne learned from Freddie Hubbard and other fellow trumpet heroes. He went on to release of one of the most brilliant jazz funk albums ever with his debut Browne Sugar in 1979, along with the classic Billboard No 1 single ‘Funkin’ For Jamaica’ the following year.

Similar to flutist Hubert Laws, Tom Browne managed to build the fascination of funk into romantic contemporary jazz tunes. We can’t to wait to hear it live.

Opening the show will be acclaimed eight piece funk band Crowd Company. Brimming with energy, catchy hooks and tight grooves the band combine a Hammond organ based sound with a virtuoso horn section and three outstanding soulful singers, often blending multi-part harmonies.

**This show was postponed from June 2019 – all tickets remain valid for the new date**

Line up

  • Tom Browne
  • Crowd Company

Price

Standing: £20 Restaurant: £30

Doors

19:00-22:30

Tom Browne (New Date)

Tom Browne (New Date)

Monday 7th October

Line up

  • Tom Browne
  • Crowd Company

Price

Standing: £20 Restaurant: £30

Doors

19:00-22:30

Iconic jazz funk trumpeter Tom Browne returns to the Jazz Cafe for his first London show in five years.

In the mid-1970s, a young trumpet player from Queens got a scholarship for the High School of Music & Performing Arts in New York. At that stage, nobody could have imagined he would come up with some of the most brilliant funk sounds ever recorded.

Tom Browne learned from Freddie Hubbard and other fellow trumpet heroes. He went on to release of one of the most brilliant jazz funk albums ever with his debut Browne Sugar in 1979, along with the classic Billboard No 1 single ‘Funkin’ For Jamaica’ the following year.

Similar to flutist Hubert Laws, Tom Browne managed to build the fascination of funk into romantic contemporary jazz tunes. We can’t to wait to hear it live.

Opening the show will be acclaimed eight piece funk band Crowd Company. Brimming with energy, catchy hooks and tight grooves the band combine a Hammond organ based sound with a virtuoso horn section and three outstanding soulful singers, often blending multi-part harmonies.

**This show was postponed from June 2019 – all tickets remain valid for the new date**


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1) Click ‘select your seats’.

2) Click ‘types’ and select the amount of guests, e.g ‘Table of 2’.

3) The floor plan will show available tables in blue, select the seats on the table you would like to purchase.

4) Click ‘buy tickets’ at the bottom of the page.

5) Check you’re happy with your tickets and complete the order!