Monday 9th June
£10.00 - £10.00
Top UK drummer Mark Taylor is hosting the late late show tonight featuring Dave Newton on Piano & Dave Chamberlain on Bass.
“We haven't had anything like this in New York for over twenty years". Wynton Marsalis
The Ronnie Scott's Late Late Show!
MONDAY - THURSDAY 11pm-3am
FRIDAY - SATURDAY 1am-3am
ENTRY ON THE DOOR OR PREBOOKING AVAILABLE MONDAY TO THURSDAY
£10 Entry, £5 Students (with ID), FREE entry to MU, Club members and main show ticket holders
In 1959, saxophonist Ronnie Scott opened the door to a small basement club in London’s west end where local musicians could jam. Today, it is one of the world’s most famous jazz clubs attracting packed houses and the biggest names in jazz and popular music and Ronnie Scott’s welcoming, stylish setting is also home to London’s coolest late night hang.
Each night Monday to Saturday, after the main act, Ronnie Scott’s presents the Late Late Show, where some of the UK’s finest jazz talents take to the stage for a late night blowing session.
Mark Taylor began playing drums at the age of five, and turned professional at 16. The list of artists he has worked alongside in an impressive career reads like a 'who's who' of jazz, and covers a wide range of styles from Mainstream to Be-bop and beyond, and includes saxophonists Pepper Adams, Benny Carter, Arnett Cobb, George Coleman, Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis, Allen Eager, Teddy Edwards, Jimmy Forrest, Herb Geller, Johnny Griffin, Joe Henderson, Plas Johnson, Clifford Jordan, Lee Konitz, Frank Morgan, Charles McPherson, David ‘Fathead’ Newman, Cecil Payne, Marshall Royal, Pharoah Sanders, Bud Shank, Sonny Stitt, Lew Tabackin, Buddy Tate, Frank Wess, clarinetists Eddie Daniels, Buddy DeFranco, trumpeters Franco Ambrosetti, Chet Baker, Ruby Braff, Randy Brecker, Doc Cheatham, Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison, Art Farmer, Roy Hargrove, Joe Newman, Nicholas Peyton, Dizzy Reece, Shorty Rogers, Woody Shaw, Clark Terry, trombonists Al Grey, Jimmy Knepper, Kai Winding, pianists Toshiko Akiyoshi, Monty Alexander, Kenny Barron, George Cables, Kenny Drew, Victor Feldman, Don Friedman, Benny Green, George Gruntz, Al Haig, Eddie Higgins, Andrew Hill, Hank Jones, Duke Jordan, Geoff Keezer, Dado Moroni, Gerald Wiggins, Richard Wyands, guitarists Charlie Byrd, Herb Ellis, Tal Farlow, Barney Kessel, Mundell Lowe, Joe Puma, bassists Ray Brown, Red Mitchell, Michael Moore, George Mraz, Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen and vocalists Mose Allison, Freddie Cole, Billy Eckstine, Johnny Hartman, Anita O’day, Jackie Paris, Irene Reid, Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson and Jimmy Witherspoon.
To date, Mark has performed on more than sixty albums, including the 2001 Grammy nominated Blue Note album by legendary pianist and singer songwriter Mose Allison ‘The Mose Chronicles’ volume 1. Mark has toured extensively in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia with many of the previously mentioned artists. Recent credits include work with the Monty Alexander trio & quartet from 1999~2004.
Mark has been an integral part of tenor saxophonist and flautist Lew Tabackin’s trio since 1982, and is currently a member of the Toshiko Akiyoshi trio of which he joined in 2003. In addition to being one of the most in demand sidemen in the music industry, Mark also functions as a leader of his own groups.
He counts drummers Ed Blackwell, Art Blakey, Kenny Clarke, Jack DeJohnette, Billy Hart, Roy Haynes, Billy Higgins, Elvin Jones, ‘Papa’ Jo Jones, ‘Philly’ Joe Jones, Max Roach, Pete (LaRoca) Sims, Arthur Taylor and Tony Williams as important influences.
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