HJC and Jazz FM Presents Classic Album Playback Series with Alex Webb & Jo Harrop

Sunday 15th November 2020

Tickets: £20.00 

Limited Capacity

Doors: 6.30pm

Recording Show: 7.00pm-9.00pm

Hampstead Jazz Club is an Official Venue Partner of London Jazz Festival Week November 2020 

Jazz FM Classic Album Playback series in partnership with the Hampstead Jazz Club

Jazz FM is celebrating 30 years of broadcasting through the music and artists that have made us famous. For three weeks in Feb 2021 , Jazz FM will broadcast a programme called “The Classic Albums”.  Hosted by journalist Jonathan Wingate, each week concentrating on a jazz album.

Classic Album:  Tony Bennett/Bill Evans (1975)

Singer Jo Harrop and pianist Alex Webb celebrate a classic vocal Jazz LP, ‘The Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Album’ recorded in 1975.  Pianist Evans, a major figure in jazz since his collaborations with Miles Davis in the late 1950s, joined forces with one of the great exponents of the Great American Songbook in what the Brian Case Encyclopedia of Jazz called ‘a shared love of the song form’.  Evans had just five years to live after this recording. Bennett has gone on to delight millions in the subsequent 45 years, and recently celebrated his 94th birthday.

The show will be recorded in front of a Live Audience (subject to the COVID-19 restrictions at the time) at Hampstead Jazz Club, Jonathan and a panel playing tracks from the album and talking about them giving opinions on why the album, as a collection of tracks, worked to create the classic work we know of today.

The panel will be made up of fellow journalists, Jazz FM presenters and musicians – those in the know who can add a layer of knowledge and understanding that fed the inquisitive minds of our audience.  Following the playback, the featured musicians will re-create a number of tracks from the classic album and performed a mini-set.

Line Up:

Host: Jonathan Wingate, Broadcaster/HJC Host

Producer: Mike Vitti

Piano: Alex Webb

Vocals: Jo Harrop

Panel: To Be Announced

This is a fully seated event.  COVID-19 regulations apply for seating and all measures are in place to ensure the safety of the audience and the performers

Please note, The Venue is not licensed to allow access to Children under the age of 16 after 9pm, so children will have to leave at the end of the evening performance.

Please NOTE, there is NO food served in the Jazz Club, there is a bar for drinks. We advise booking a table for dinner at the Duke of Hamilton upstairs at least 1hr before show-time – Book Here


Doors: 6:30 pm | Show: 7:00 pm

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