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LONDON: CLAIRE MARTIN AND JOE STILGOE AT THE CRAZY COQS
Celebrating the most optimistic of the seasons - the blossoming of buds, the warble of the lark and the first thrilling swoop of the swallow - Claire Martin and Joe Stilgoe are back at THE CRAZY COQS AT BRASSERIE ZEDEL (20 Sherwood St, Piccadilly, London W1F 7ED - 020 7734 4888 - ) with 'It Might As Well Be Spring' on Tuesday through Saturday, March 24th through 28th at 8:00 pm. Following complete sell-outs in 2013 and 2014, Martin and Stilgoe bring their joyous song, smutty banter and splendid jazz plumage to Crazy Coqs once more! Songs include "It Might As Well Be Spring", "Spring Is Here", "April In Paris" and "Blue Skies", songs from giants such as Rodgers & Hammerstein, Irving Berlin, Fran Landesman, Lennon & McCartney and Randy Newman. Claire Martin has established herself as a tour de force on the UK jazz scene, winning numerous awards, including the British Jazz Awards six times. She has toured extensively throughout the world, appearing with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and her world-class trio. She has been awarded an OBE for services to Jazz. Joe Stilgoe is one of the world's finest singer-pianists, touring constantly with his band and as a solo act, appearing at jazz clubs and festivals around the world, as well as at Crazy Coqs for his very popular Sunday residencies. Call for cover/minimum information.
LONDON: BENOIT VIELLEFON HOT CLUB AT THE PHEASANTRY
Benoit Viellefon presents his Hot Club, inspired by the hot swinging music that emerged from the infamous Parisian Cafes and nightclubs of the 1920s & '30s, at THE PHEASANTRY (152-154 King's Road, London SW3 4UT - 08456 027 017) on Wednesday, March 26th at 8:30 pm. The Hot Club's show celebrates the burning excitement of those hot gypsy swing numbers made famous by Django Reinhardt, together with the romanticism of the finest musettes and waltzes from the French tradition. With a nod to the American jazz virtuosi who visited Paris, such as Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet, the Hot Club presents the perfect mix of European finesse and the restless fervour of American swing - the modern-day embodiment of the spirit of a bygone age. Call for cover/minimum information.
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