The renowned UK singer is back for EFG London Jazz Festival 2020 following the release of her hypnotic fourth album Songs of an Unknown Tongue.
The multi-award winning singer-songwriter melds influences ranging from jazz and folk to reggae and neo-soul. Her third album Arise was co-produced by drummer Moses Boyd and is a product of their exploration of the meeting points between British jazz sounds and the traditional rhythms of Jamaica.
First catching the attention of Gilles Peterson in 2010, she’s since collaborated with Gregory Porter, Shabaka Hutchings and has featured on Louie Vega’s Grammy-nominated album Starring XXVIII.
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, 4 or 6 depending on the table you select.
Ground Floor (Drinks Only): £17.50
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