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London, United Kingdom
Sarah Moule & Simon Wallace:
Chandos Arms Jazz 50th gig
Join our holiday season celebrations for our 50th event at the Chandos Arms
***Free welcome glass of Prosecco from the Chandos for every ticket booked in advance ***
“Cool, elegant, immaculate” Dave Gelly, The Observer
Sarah has established a reputation as one of Britain’s most exciting jazz vocal talents. She has recorded a unique body of new songs by legendary American Beat lyricist Fran Landesman and British composer Simon Wallace over her four albums.
“As soon as Simon played me the songs he’d been writing with Fran Landesman I knew I wanted to sing them” says Sarah. “They resonated with me, musically and lyrically — great tunes and lyrics that seemed to be about how we live today and the emotional highs and lows we all have to deal with. I immediately started singing them on the gigs I was doing in Soho and haven’t stopped yet.”
She has performed with many stalwarts of British jazz including Ian Shaw, Claire Martin, Iain Ballamy, Tim Whitehead, Tim Garland, and Steve Waterman to name but a few. She toured the Mediterranean with Ronnie Scott’s pianist John Critchinson in ‘A Tribute To Ronnie Scott’. She was also featured vocalist with the John Wilson Orchestra for many years.
“Massive talent and perfect technique…Sarah Moule stands in the very top flight of UK vocalists” LondonJazz.com
“such a compelling interpreter of a lyric” Jazz Journal
Simon Wallace has had a varied international career as a composer, pianist and musical director. He has performed in 26 countries and appears regularly at Ronnie Scott’s Club, The Vortex and the 606 Club in London and has played several seasons at The Cafe Carlyle and The Metropolitan Room in New York. From 1993 until her death in 2011 he wrote songs with American lyricist Fran Landesman and for over 30 years worked with the late Simon Brint composing music for some of Britain’s most popular TV shows. He has been musical director for many singers including Ian Shaw, Claire Martin and Clare Teal and in recent years Barb Jungr.
with Mick Hutton: bass • Jeremy Shoham: sax • Rick Finlay: drums
*Same price as on the night but you are guaranteed to get in, and get a seat at a table…and you get 10% off your food and for this night only, a complimentary glass of Prosecco. (NB For the offer you will need to show your booking email on your smartphone/tablet screen, or a printout of your eventbrite ticket, to the bar staff AT THE TIME OF ORDERING.)
Booking closes at 2pm on the day of the gig, and discounts will not be possible after that.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is on-street parking in the roads round the pub.
Colindale underground station (Northern Line) is a short walk away.
Can I pay on the night?
Yes, for those who haven't pre-booked there is a collection at the interval (although you won't be entitled to the discount on meals). We do expect you to contribute the normal admission fee unless you qualify for a concessionary rate…
Are there any concessions?
Students and unwaged can turn up on the night and pay whatever you like (or even nothing). We want you to be able to enjoy the music, and maybe you'll come back and pay the full admission in better times…
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Don't hesitate to call Rick at Just East of Jazz on 020 8361 0265 for questions about the gig.
For queries about the pub — food, drink, access and so on, call the guv'nor Em on 020 8200 0032.
When & Where
Just East of Jazz
Just East of Jazz is the record label and management partnership for the band Just East, the band that used to be called Just East of Jazz. Glad we got that cleared up.
Lately we've been promoting regular jazz & food nights at a great new pub venue in North London…check out the venue website:
Chandos Arms Jazz Colindale