Joy Rose at 606 Club

If you’re in the know, you’ll know – and you’ll know who Joy Rose. Her remarkable vocal talents have resulted in performances with Sting, Bluey (Incognito) and Jason Rebello (Jeff Beck). With her formidable vocal range and power, she produces tracks which she describes as “a fusion of jazz, soul and gospel”.

Now on tour and recording with Incognito, her performances have become much more exclusive and this rare evening on 7 April at Chelsea’s jazz club, 606, features Lex Cameron (keyboards), Bobby Quigley (guitar), Chris Dodd (bass) and Sam Agard (drums).

Book your tickets here.

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Claire Martin & Jim Mullen

Join Claire Martin & Jim Mullen for a fantastic evening of Jazz where they pay their respects to Wes Montgomery. Wes Montgomery had a profound impact on modern jazz; self taught and winner of multiple Grammy’s, he is widely credited for his major impact on the style known as Smooth Jazz. The evening will feature his best known material of both guitar and voice by two great current performers.

Claire Martin, known as an “outstanding voice of her generation” and Jim Mullen, regarded as one of the greatest jazz guitarists in Europe will be on stage for this special performance on 13 January.

Tickets cost £15 and are available here.

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Luna Cohen at 606 Club

Luna Cohen’s Brazillian Jazz Night

If Jazz music is a favourite of yours, then head to 606 club for a night of Brazilian Jazz with Luna Cohen.

On 20 June, Luna, who was originally from Belo Horizonte in Brazil, will be on stage for one evening only. She moved to London in 2014 to broaden her artistic horizons which has been nothing but a benefit to the London music scene.

She has already recorded three albums under her own name with her debut album ‘Estrada do sol’ winning the 2013 Enderrock award for Best New Jazz Album so this is sure to be a spellbinding evening showcasing her classic and smooth but powerful voice.

For a sample of her talent, watch here.

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Beverages, Bubbles and Blues

Celebrate Father’s Day with a wonderful day of live music and delicious drink themed fun at the Chelsea Physic Garden.

Music from Rachael Calladine Jazz Trio from the 606 Club will be performing throughout the afternoon whilst you enjoy pop-ups from the Mondo Brewery and Coolhurst wine. Take part in talks, trails and even pond-dipping, providing fun for all the family.

Tickets include entry into the garden and price is reduced for children.

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30 Years at Lots Road Festival

This May, 606 Club is hosting a festival to celebrate 30 years spent at their Lots Road destination.

The festival will consist of 12 days of fantastic music presented by over 30 bands who are long standing friends of the club which has been going for well over 30 years now as well as a special performance from Jamie Cullum.

Timetable

Wednesday 16 May, 8.30pm – Peter Rubie/John Etheridge with Lily Dior/Glow Quartet

Thursday 17 May, 8.30pm – Hamish Stewart’s 10 piece band

Friday 18 May, 9.30pm – Natalie Williams, Beverley Skeete, Tony O’Malley

Saturday 19 May, 9.30pm – Giacomo Smith, Alex Garnett, James Davison

Sunday 20 May

1.30pm – Noel McCalla, 606 Gospel Group with Special Guest: Sarah Teiob

8.30pm – Ian Shaw, Polly Gibbons, Liane Carroll

Monday 21 May, 8.30pm – The Crate Diggers, Paul Stacey

Tuesday 22 May, 8.30pm – 606 Club Special, Jamie Cullum

Wednesday 23 May, 8.30pm – Basho Music Night: Gwilym Simcock, The Printmakers

Thursday 24 May, 8.30pm – Anoushka Lewis, Tim & Hattie Whitehead, Gwyneth Herbet

Friday 25 May, 9.30pm – Mary Pearce, Vanessa Haynes, Imaani

Saturday 26 May, 9.30pm – Clark Tracey, Jaqui Dankworth, Mornington Lockett & Peter King

Sunday 27 May

1.30pm – Rachel Sutton with Special Guests, Alice Zawadzki

8.30pm – Claire Martin & Jim Mullen, Rachael Calladine, Samara ft. Liliana Chachian

Book your tickets here!

 

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Time Out Love London Awards 2018 – The Results!

Did you vote in the annual Time Out Love London Awards? We hope you helped your favourite local spots to victory…

The results are in!

Wulf & Lamb, Pavilion Road’s favourite vegan restaurant won ‘Most Loved Local Restaurant’ in Chelsea. Book now to enjoy fiercely kind food, including Chilli ‘Non’ Carne and the mouth-watering mac ‘n’ cheese. Whether you’re after comfort food or something a bit healthier this summer, this spot is perfect.

Runner-up for ‘Most Loved Local Shop’ in Chelsea was London Cheesemongers, the cheese shop that everyone needs to visit to pick their favourite seasonal, traditional and artisanal cheeses.

The ‘Most Loved Local Music Venue’ in Chelsea was none other than the 606 Club, our favourite spot for an evening of British Jazz.

Saatchi Gallery also won ‘Most Loved Local Culture Spot’ in Chelsea. Keep your eyes peeled for the latest exhibitions for your culture fix in Duke of York Square.

Where will you go first?

 

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Purdy is Performing

On 21 February, Purdy is returning to the 606 club and we recommend you book your tickets now.

Purdy oozes charisma and style as she faultlessly performs her masterful combination of pop and jazz originals. Influenced by the likes of Nina Simone to Nancy Sinatra, her singing will make for a truly special evening. Taking a mix of originals and covers from her albums ‘Diamond in the Stars’ and ‘Both Sides of the Clown’, Purdy is sure to entertain and wow with her distinctive sultry styling and song-writing skills.

 

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Peter King & Mornington Lockett at 606 Club

Head to Chelsea’s 606 Club on 20 January for an exciting evening of great modern Jazz featuring stars, Peter King and Mornington Lockett.

Rising to fame on the Jazz scene in the early sixties as a member of the Ronnie Scott Quintet, Peter King has since established himself as one of the finest alto-saxophonists in the world. He combines his famous technique and unerring sense of harmony to produce performances to send shivers down your spine. As well as a remarkable improviser, he has also established himself as a writer and arranger of note creating an opera and a wonderful series of recordings featuring his own string arrangements for classical and a jazz quartet.

Joining him will be one of the UK’s leading tenor sax players, Mornington Lockett who creates a hugely impressive sound and approach to his performances.

This performance really is a rare chance to hear two of the finest saxophonists in the world together. It is a must for those with a passion for great modern Jazz.

The performance starts at 9.30pm and tickets cost between £10-£14. Book yours here.

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