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INFO The Jazz Café, founded in December of 1990, is a music venue in Camden Town, London with a seating capacity of 350. Though the venue originally played live jazz music seven nights a week, its name is now a bit misleading... ... read more

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Incognito live at The Jazz Cafe London - Colibri
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Amy Winehouse -Valerie {Jazz Cafe Camden London 17th Sept 2010}
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Ginger Baker Live @ The Jazz Cafe LONDON.
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Jonathan Jeremiah - Happiness (Jazz Cafe, London, 8/2/2011)
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Marsha Ambrousis - Cry ( MJ Tribute) @ Jazz Cafe
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Jazz Café Information

Jazz Café - Jazz Club in London.

The Jazz Café, founded in December of 1990, is a music venue in Camden Town, London with a seating capacity of 350. Though the venue originally played live jazz music seven nights a week, its name is now a bit misleading - when Mean Fiddler acquired the venue in 1992 it was converted into a jazz, soul, funk, world, dance and hip hop venue. In 2008, Mama Group purchased the venue and since then, the jazz aspect of the club has been mostly phased out. Events at The Jazz Café now consist of primarily hip-hop music and a bit of soul.

Shows at The Jazz Café may also be viewed from The Jazz Café’s restaurant, which can be found on the first floor balcony, looking out onto the stage.

Jazz Café User Reviews

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Z-STAR Live @ The Jazz Café Camden
Anthony W. Apr 22, 2013
Winner of the Best Live Act 2010 at the Brighton Music Awards, Z-Star (Michelle Z Nichol) is unique and charismatic as an international singer-songwriter, producer and poet. Her admiring followers include Nigel Kennedy, Terry Callier, Keziah Jones and Mauro Pagani. Her latest album Masochists and Martyrs is evidence of her musical brilliance and creativity. It showcases 12 excellent tracks recorded at a sixties studio in Rome. This exciting and compelling music is released on her own label, Muthastar. Her fellow musicians are extraordinarily talented and powerfully driven through her musical direction and production. The line up is: Diogenes Baptistella (lead guitar), Vezio Bacci (bass), Nikolaj Bjerre (drums / sonics) and Carly Bryant (keys). She gave a haunting and energetic version of the legendary Doors classic Light My Fire whilst Tree Of Life was intensely personal and a force of nature, to use Jimmy Page’s description of Zee. Z-Star is classy in an elegant and enigmatic way which is difficult to define in terms of genre. She has managed to blend jazz, acoustic, rock, soul, blues and latin into a character of her own. She takes you on a personal, spiritual journey through the intensities of love where we discover meaning and passion. It sends shivers up your spine. But, to experience her intense magic, go and see her live. It’s a mesmerizing and liberating experience. Set List: 1. Evergreen 2. Murdah 3. Trouble Woman 4. Tension 5. Tree Of Life 6. Light My Fire 7. Je Suis Tres Bien 8. The Good Woman 9. Black Woman Freak 10. God Is Love 11. The Fire Within 12. Yoruba Man 13. You’ve Got The Love. Anthony Weightman.
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Anita A. Jan 25, 2013
Staying home listening to the tracks of your favourite artist is good. But why the copy, if you can have the original? Jazz Café is a stylish club in north-west London, attracting top jazz, soul and hip-hop musicians from all over the world. The cafe provides an intimacy as the room is small and the audience is positioned just in front the podium. Get out, sing along your favourite tune and admire your star live on stage. Space is available for everyone to find a good spot and view. The dress code is quite casual, depending on how you feel you can dress up well as long as it looks appropriate for a night out.
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