Jo Harrop Presents An Evening of "Jazz Duets for Autumn" with Paul Edis and Jamie McCredie with special guest saxophonist Emma Rawicz

Wednesday 2nd November 2022

Tickets: £30.00 – £45.00

Doors: 5.30pm

Show: 6.30pm-7.45pm

The Hampstead Jazz Club is pleased to announce a partnership with Ronnie Scott’s, to present select shows. Please note this show will take place at:

Ronnie Scott’s,  47 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 4HT

Following her sell-out debut at Ronnie Scott’s earlier this year, Jo Harrop returns for an evening of intimate duets with virtuoso guitarist, Jamie McCredie, and the brilliant jazz pianist, Paul Edis with special guest tenor saxophonist Emma Rawicz.

This special one-off performance will dive deep into a set of sublime songs celebrating Autumn in all its glory alongside a healthy twist of material taken from her recent albums  “The Heart Wants” and “Weathering The Storm” which received rapturous reviews on both sides of the Atlantic and saw Harrop hailed as one of the brightest new jazz stars to emerge in many years. The evening will also see Harrop unveil a suite of songs taken from her highly-anticipated new album, “When Winter Turns To Spring” due for release in December 2022,  an achingly beautiful jazz journey through the seasons.

Born in Durham and raised on a heady musical diet of Nina Simone and Aretha Franklin, Jo Harrop moved to London and quickly established herself as one of the most unmistakable voices in British jazz. Having signed to London-based jazz label, Lateralize Records, she released “Weathering The Storm” her debut album with guitarist, Jamie McCredie, and “The Heart Wants” which has received rave reviews everywhere from The Times to The Guardian, been played extensively on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2 and Jazz FM and is currently riding high in the US Jazz Album Charts.

Line Up

Jo Harrop – Vocals

Paul Edis – Piano

Jamie McCredie – Guitar

Special Guest Emma Rawicz – Tenor Saxophone


Ronnie Scott’s

47 Frith Street


Doors: 5:30 pm | Show: 6:30 pm

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