29th June 2024 (Saturday)  

*The Katriona Taylor Quintet “Feeling Good – Celebrating Nina Simone” *

Sensational jazz vocalist Katriona Taylor and her top band perform songs from the legendry Nina Simone, including numbers like “Feeling Good”, “I Put A Spell On You”, “I Got Life” and “My Baby Just Cares For Me”. Nina’s rich catalogue of timeless jazz masterpieces spans decades. She is regarded as one of the most influential recording artists of 20th-century jazz.

“So lovely to hear, thank you Katriona …. Beautifully sung – I love it ….” Jools Holland.

Peter Hammond – Piano, Simon Little – Bass, Chris Nickolls – Drums, Guitarist – Elliot Frost

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September DATES. TBC


21st Nov 2024 (Thursday) – LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL 

Katriona Taylor “The Best of 80s Jazzed”

The EFG London Jazz Festival 2024

Sensational jazz vocalist Katriona Taylor performs classic 80s hits from great artists such as

Queen, Prince, Madonna, George Michael, Sade and Blondie. Katriona creatively reworks songs

from one of music’s most colourful decades with her own unique Jazz & Latin arrangements.

“So lovely to hear, thank you Katriona …. Beautifully sung – I love it ….” Jools Holland.

Doors open 8:00pm
Show starts 8:30pm
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DATE TBC – : Katriona Taylor Sextet

Katriona Taylor Sextet at the world famous RONNIE SCOTT’S JAZZ CLUB. Katriona will be performing songs from her brand-new album Blind Passion.

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club is one of the most famous and oldest Jazz Clubs in Europe. Opened in 1959 and since that time have featured most of the legendary and popular names in modern jazz and jazz fusion. Katriona joins the long list of fantastic Jazz artists who have played at this amazing venue

Taylor has a seductive and rich voice and is a skilled and sensitive songwriter. She infuses her originals and favourite standards with honest emotion & sizzle. She has been likened to Diana Krall, Sade, Nora Jones, Eva Cassidy and Nancy Wilson.”   USA Jazz Review

Times TBC