September 28, 2004
Jazz Cafe

Hanging out at the Jazz Cafe in Camden Town. North London. It’s been ages since I was last round these parts. Tonight it was Jamie Scott. One cool dude - with a cool voice - singing soulful blues to acoustic guitar. He could be a cross between Stevie Wonder and Jamiroquai. One to watch. (Is he related in any way to Ronnie Scott I wonder?)

Jamie Scott at the Jazz Cafe - Camden Town - London.

Managed to capture a particularly moving moment in tonight’s performance. Click play in the media player below to tune into the atmosphere at this most legendary of live London Jazz venues. There’s very few places left where you can get up this close and intimate - and immerse yourself deep down inside a live performance like this.

An excellent evening out. Look out for Jamie Scott - he could be big.

Posted by jag at September 28, 2004 11:56 PM

It’s certainly one of the most intimate venues I’ve been to in London.

Posted by: Stu on September 29, 2004 02:08 PM

Hi Stu - yes - it’s so tiny that one has no choice but to be intimate and involved in the performance. Nice though - as I say - not many places in London where you can experience great acts in this way.

Posted by: Jag on September 29, 2004 11:47 PM
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