Tuesday 18th January 2022
Ruby Sings is a weekly night at upstairs@ronnie’s featuring entirely new music by unsigned musicians and bands. Ruby Sings live music showcase returns every Tuesday from 18 January 2022, with the relaunched, opening party.
With a lively atmosphere and a wide variety of different musical genres including R&B, hip-hop, neo soul, pop, jazz and funk, Ruby Sings is a great place to discover new UK artists.
Welcoming singers and musicians of all levels and across the UK music circuit, this weekly event provides the perfect Tuesday night entertainment for both the music faithful and cocktail lovers alike.
As much a showcase for industry, Ruby Sings is a night of pure entertainment for the public, creating an inviting and opening space for artists, and preserving London’s grassroots music scene.
Not to be missed, the regular late night jam session continues to boost the popularity of Ruby Sings among London’s underground music scene, plus DJs. Make upstairs@ronnie’s your regular Tuesday night.
Doors: 6pm; music from 8pm
£10 on the door
18 January – FEATURING Yazmyn Hendrix
London-born loop artist, layers powerfully enchanting vocals, lush harmonies, haunting voice effects and gentle beatboxing. She makes her music in the now - carving something from nothing and making time stand still five minutes at a time. She’s an experimental multi-genre singer and songwriter who writes simple songs about complex things, love, life, reality and dreams. Yazmyn is synaesthetic, meaning she associates each song, each word and each instrument with colours and textures; this gives her an original perspective when writing and performing. In her own words, “Sometimes I find myself begging for my inner self to stay strong and guide me; this outer physical world can be so distracting from the truth we already have within. I see music as the channelling of a higher power that connects us all.
Yazmyn Hendrix 8.00 - 8.30pm
Lo Lauren 8.45 - 9.15pm
Uncool Sam 9.30pm - 10.15pm
25 January – FEATURING Katherine Fussey, “hailed as one to watch” — Evening Standard
Lead singer of the 2-piece band Lo Velvet, Katherine was formerly signed to Island Records and cut her teeth under the mentorship of Alan Price (The Animals). Having attended the prestigious Arts Education school, Katherine has been making music since she was eight years old writing lyrics about day-to-day life, heartache and her personal experiences, expressed through her sultry voice, drawing on inspiration from Erykah Badu, Nina Simone, Sade, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie holiday with a twist of Debbie Harry.
With over one hundred original songs to her name, working with esteemed producers, Stephen Street (Blur) and Ian Brodie (Lightning Seed), Katherine has performed The Latitude Festival, The Crazy Coqs, Notting Hill Arts Club and many other prestigious venues across the UK. She now continues to write songs for Netflix and will be performing as a solo artist at Ronnie Scott’s, Ruby Sings night with her 4-piece band.