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  • Sunday, September 21, 2014 1.00PM
    An 18-hour slow roast rib of Aberdeenshire beef is the mouthwatering centerpiece of Boisdale’s famous Sunday Jazz Lunch. Complimenting the magnificent menu is the sublime smooth jazz of the J.P Newton Trio, who swing their way through the Great American Songbook on a wonderfully evocative musical journey.
  • Monday, September 22, 2014 7.00PM
    Eric Ranzoni mixes up a potent blend of blues, boogie-woogie and rock and roll as he swings his way through a jukebox full of classics by legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Fats Domino. “I loved playing with Eric Ranzoni. He’s a blues brother.” Mud Morgan
  • Tuesday, September 23, 2014 7.00PM
    Orli Nyles’ sultry voice sends shivers up your spine. Singing timeless standards and classic jazz with a delicious twist that is, at times, uncannily reminiscent of Joni Mitchell or Rickie Lee Jones, it’s easy to hear why she’s been causing such a stir since she first burst into the spotlight.
  • Wednesday, September 24, 2014 9.00PM
    Every Wednesday, Boisdale brings together some of the finest musicians in London to pay homage to the true legends of jazz. Ease yourself into the middle of the week with a cool cocktail of timeless music that goes from Louis Armstrong right through to Miles Davis.
  • Thursday, September 25, 2014 9.00PM
    Jordan Marsh’s high-energy mix of rock and roll, jump blues and boogie-woogie has won him a reputation as one of the most entertaining musicians in the country. He plays his music with an infectious foot-stomping swagger that’s guaranteed to get you dancing. “I really admire his style." Jools Holland
  • Friday, September 26, 2014 9.45PM
    Making her much-anticipated Boisdale debut tonight is hotly- tipped Belfast singer, Kaz Hawkins. With a belting voice that sounds like Janis Joplin one moment and Etta James the next, we can’t wait to hear her sassy stew of blues, soul and rock and roll.
  • Saturday, September 27, 2014 9.45PM
    Over the last 20 years, the Ray Gelato Giants have built up a formidable reputation as one of Europe’s tightest jazz outfits. This sharp-suited seven-piece jump, jive ‘an wail their way through the swinging jazz of the 40s and 50s made famous by Louis Prima and Louis Jordan.
  • Sunday, September 28, 2014 1.00PM
    A mouthwatering 18-hour slow roast rib of aged Aberdeenshire beef takes centre stage for the Sunday Jazz Lunch. Complimenting the magnificent menu is the equally magnificent music of The Rio Trio, who play the sort of good-time jazz which you can imagine filling the Great Gatsby ballrooms of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
  • Monday, September 29, 2014 7.00PM
    Philadelphia-born J.P Newton’s laid-back brand of sophisticated piano jazz could melt the hardest of hearts. On a wonderfully evocative musical journey that goes from smoky jazz through to bar-room confessionals, J.P swings his way through the Great American Songbook in his effortlessly cool style.
  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014 7.00PM
    Austrian jazz pianist, Gunther Kurmayr, has spent many years touring the world with The Ray Gelato Giants. Tonight he leads his top-notch trio on a journey through the Great American Songbook, shining new light through old windows, infusing timeless standards with a uniquely impressionistic classical style.