The British soul legend Omar is returning to the Jazz Café to headline two amazing nights having sold out the venue in September 2014, the singer is back to celebrate the Jazz Café’s 25th anniversary.
It’s hard to believe this iconic venue for live music in Camden has been feeding the community of London with the very best performers and musicians from around the world whilst treasuring its UK talent for 25years.
Omar has enjoyed countless shows at the Jazz Café and jumped at the chance to celebrate such a milestone in the venue’s history. Omar has been making history himself having picked up an M.B.E in 2013 for his outstanding contribution to UK music proving that the British Establishment appreciates his talents and countless classics.
Omar has worked with Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Common and many more played across London Grooves Soul Saturdays parties, his musicianship and songwriting skills are always called upon by his peers. His latest album ‘The Man’ is one of his strongest releases to date with touches of Jazz, Soul and the guest vocals of Caron Wheeler its no wonder why tickets are selling fast.
Book now to see Omar live at the Jazz Café on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th February priced at £16.50 in advance plus DJ Calvin Francis spinning those best-loved soul anthems.
Reggae lovers across the capital are eagerly anticipating the seeing a true legend performing live in the heart of South London.
Maxi Priest is headlining a rare show at Electric Brixton on Sunday 22nd February celebrating the success of his most recent album ‘Easy To Love’ which has been a smash hit on the reggae charts proving that his longevity is showing no signs of wearing out.
This superstar will also be headlining two nights at The Jazz Café on Monday 23rd and Wednesday 25th February, plus Thursday 26th February at Brighton’s Concorde 2 with tickets selling fast.
There are very few Reggae acts in the UK that have managed to enjoy international success, UB40 and Maxi Priest are the only ones to conquer charts in territories such as America, Japan, Australia to name only a few. Maxi Priest has worked for years with Sly & Robbie creating countless hits such as: ‘Wild World,’ ‘Some Guys Have All The Luck’, ‘Every Little Thing’, ‘Close To You’ and his ‘Shabba Ranks’ collaboration ‘Housecall’.
For decades Maxi Priest has mixed the sound of Reggae, with R&B and Danchall played across London Groove parties. Having grown up in church, he has a great understanding of the importance soul brings to reggae and his album Easy to Love echoes all of the above.
Book tickets to see Maxi Priest now prices starting from £25, and be sure to cherish seeing one of the original Saxon Sound system graduates as he sings his best loved British classics, showing fans why its ‘Easy To Love’ him.
The London Community Gospel Choir better known as LCGC are one of the nations most treasured and longstanding choirs in the UK.
Having recently celebrated their 30th anniversary, LCGC founded by the multi-talented Bazil Meade have indeed far surpassed that of any choir in the capital. The London Community Gospel Choir have toured the world performing at the biggest churches, festivals, and performed alongside award winning superstars acts including Madonna, Westlife, Sam Smith, Gorrilaz, Joe Cocker, Mariah Carey, Boy George, Sir Elton George, Tom Jones, Diana Ross, Beverly Knight, Tina Turner, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Michael Bolton, Lionel Ritchie, Luther Vandross, Chaka Khan and P Diddy to name only a few artists that are regularly played across London Grooves Soul Saturdays parties.
Holding the Guinness Book of Records title for merging the largest gospel choir at a special event challenge has helped LCGC make history. Join this fabulous choir on Sunday 22nd February for Gospel Brunch as they spend the afternoon singing gospel classics such as ‘Oh Happy Day’ whilst you eat a tasty meal at the Jazz Café.
Tickets are priced at £12.50 so book now or miss out on soul touching music in Camden town.
One of the best-loved Electronic duo’s in France are heading to the UK to spread the love for Valentines Day.
Cassius have a very impressive back catalogue of dance anthems which for decades since the likes of Daft Punk burst onto the scene have been combining French house with Balearic Beats.
Songs such as ‘Feeling For You’, 1999’, ‘The Sound of Violence’ and many more are classics which have earned them international stardom and longevity touring the world performing at the biggest clubs and festivals. You can expect to hear many of your favorite anthems played across London Groove parties from Cassius and experience the true sound of the eclectic French scene.
Joining Cassius at Ministry of Sound on Saturday 14th February is the reggae loving Clara 3000 known for rocking the best Parsian nightclubs with her abstract mix of electro, techno, reggae and world beats. Also DJs such as Aeroplane, Joziff Jordan, The Mekanism, Copy & Paste Soul, Dom Townsend, Capulet spread between the box & 103.
The Baby Box finds Tempo Eterno, Alex Kella, Him &Me, Candice Thomason, and Kengo, Tom Frampton, Cesar, Ruiz and Nertic in the loft. Tickets are priced at £16 for members only and £20 for standard entry.
South London’s premier destination for underground talent, legendary artist and top quality PA’s are ready to host their Valentines Special courtesy of party brand Vagabondz.
Fri 13th February will be the prefect pre Valentines soiree getting you in the mood for love on Saturday night, warming up the dancefloor will be some of the best loved UK Garage and house DJs known for pulling the ladies on the floor.
Dancing will certainly be on the menu at the Vagabondz Valentines Special with a healthy serving of bass, UK Funky, Bashment and more with DJs Cartier b2b Marcus Nasty (UK Funky vs UKG set), PVC, Mella Dee, Spooky and many more underground sensations split between Room 1 and Room.
Headline acts are none other than Garage legend Wookie whose anthems ‘Battle’, ‘Back Up To Me’ and more have earned their place into the UKG Hall of fame having dominated London Groove parties for years. Another legend is the pioneer Matt Jam Lamont who was instrumental in the rise of Garage in the UK, between these two many ladies anthems will be spun, so book tickets now priced between £8 - £12 in advance as love will be in the air.Remember to check out our London Groove nightlife blog which is updated every day with info on London's nightlife, plus we look forward to seeing you at our London Grooves Valentines party at The Anthologist and Musiqology club nights at Yager Bar pretty soon. For our Old Skool Valentines and leaving party you we advise you get yourself on the Anthologist guestlist very soon as this looks set to be a popular night and will sell out!
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