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Friday 17 November 2017:
Jack Stephenson-Oliver Trio Friday 17 November 2017

Fri 17 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Young London based pianist Jack Stephenson-Oliver is coming to Servant Jazz Quarters, bringing with
... from the prestigious Middlesex jazz course, studying under some of the countries top musicians. Having... already played at many top venues and festivals across the country, including Love Supreme jazz festival... , Jack is now looking to leave his mark on London’s musical scene as a pianist and jazz musician.
The

Saturday 18 November 2017:
Tropical Yard Saturday 18 November 2017

Sat 18 Nov 2017, 21:00 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Back for another sweltering hot session of vintage Afro-Latin, Caribbean and African sounds from DJ’s Lady Kamikaze (Lady Luck), Liam Large (Jazzman Records) and Duncan Brooker (Strut Records). Cumbia, Descarga, Mambo, Calypso, High Life, Rumba and a whole lot more besides at the most musically colourful night in London...


Sunday 19 November 2017:
David Thomas Broughton + Nancy Wallace + RM Hubbert Sunday 19 November 2017

Sun 19 Nov 2017, 14:00 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
David Thomas Broughton headlines the first of two shows as part of The End Festival this Sunday.

Maria Kelly + Equinox, The Peacekeeper + Sean Christopher Sunday 19 November 2017

Sun 19 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Maria Kelly headlines the second of two shows as part of The End Festival this Sunday.


Monday 20 November 2017:
Keys & Strings with Josh Collins + Jenny Plant + Grace Convert Monday 20 November 2017

Mon 20 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Jazz Quarters. Music comes from Jenny Plant, Gracie Convert and Josh Collins, fresh from recently
... Nobody Listens To Silence: LIVE relaunches it’s popular acoustic Keys & Strings night at Servant

Tuesday 21 November 2017:
Hazel Iris + Mally Harpaz + Colonial Sun Tuesday 21 November 2017

Tue 21 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Hazel Iris, Mally Harpaz and Colonial Sun join forces to perform three extraordinarily original sets at SJQ.
Californian songstress Hazel Iris performs a set of her quirky folk-inspired indie songs, accompanied by accordion, cello, guitar and percussion (Mally Harpaz). With a dark and playful attitude to writing music, her unique sound blend crystalline vocals with a twist of magic. Through th

Wednesday 22 November 2017:
The Hanging Stars Wednesday 22 November 2017

Wed 22 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
The Hanging Stars launch their brilliant new single Honeywater at SJQ. Blending folk pastoralism with swampy 60s Americana, The Hanging Stars sound like the missing link between the California desert sun and the grey skies of London Town. The album was recorded between LA, Nashville and Walthamstow, with each of these vastly different places leaving an indelible mark on the songs.
The band is

Thursday 23 November 2017:
Flies + Flies Thursday 23 November 2017

Thu 23 Nov 2017, 19:30 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London

Friday 24 November 2017:
Fraser & The Alibis Friday 24 November 2017

Fri 24 Nov 2017, 21:00 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
fiery, fresh, original jazz from a foundation deeply entrenched in the roots of the genre. Influences

Saturday 25 November 2017:
Doin’ Our Own Thing with Chris Webb (Kalita Records) Saturday 25 November 2017

Sat 25 Nov 2017, 21:00 - Servant Jazz Quarters, London
Another month, another dance. For this session Doin’ Our Own Thing welcomes one of the new exciting labels that have contributed to unearthing some incredible music. Kalita Records - having recently reissued NST Cophie’s’ 1980 Ivorian afro disco single 'Bian Kou’ with a further highly sought after singles in the pipe line - 1980s disco 12? monster 'Sabi (Get Down)’ by the Ghanaian master drummer O



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