LIVE STREAMING TONIGHT: Ross Stanley presents Time Is of The Essence - A Tribute to Michael Brecker

Monday 22nd March 2021
Date: Monday 22nd March
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Presenting the #lockdownsessions: live streaming at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club!

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As we progress into 2021, our doors are still closed to live audiences but we continue to present some fantastic live music into the comfort of your own homes.

The show will be at 8pm GMT.  The live stream will appear live here so simply bookmark this page. It is also available directly from our Facebook and our YouTube channel.

Donations: it is important in these uncertain times that these sessions remain free for all to view for now, so we are funding these entirely through donations - please make a donation so we can keep producing these for you, support our artists and live music - thank you! 

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Line-up: ROSS STANLEY organ; PAUL BOOTH tenor sax; CHRIS ALLARD guitar; ANDREW BAIN drums

Time is of the Essence was Brecker’s 4th album as leader in 2009 and appeared at Ronnie Scott’s in October 1999 and January 2000, the first time with Idris Muhammad on drums and then Bill Stewart. Pat Metheny played on the album but it was Adam Rogers who was on tour with the band along with Larry Goldings on organ. Ross Stanley pays tribute to ‘one of the most influential sax players since Wayne Shorter.

He spent much of his career as a top-notch studio player who often appeared backing pop singers, leading some jazz listeners to overlook his very strong improvising skills. In 1969, he moved to New York and soon joined Dreams, an early fusion group. Brecker was with Horace Silver during 1973-1974, gigged with Billy Cobham, and then co-led the Brecker Brothers (a commercially successful funk group) with his brother, trumpeter Randy Brecker, for most of the 1970s. He was with Steps (later Steps Ahead) in the early '80s, doubled on an EWI (electronic wind instrument), and made a countless number of studio sessions during the 1970s and '80s, popping up practically everywhere (including with James TaylorYoko Ono, and Paul Simon).’ (Scott Yarrow Allmusic.com) Michael Brecker died of a rare form of cancer in January, 2007.


Date: Monday 22nd March
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