Jazz & Blues singer/pianist Jeremy Sassoon launched his solo career in 2011 with a debut album, a string of live Jazz residencies across the UK and a project tributing the music of Ray Charles.
Jeremy regularly headlines “The A-Trane” Jazz Club” (Berlin), was the headline act at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club (London) during the London 2012 Olympics and was a featured artist on Jazz FM‘s Discovery Show. He performs annually to sell-out audiences at Pizza Express Jazz Club (London) and regularly hits the festival scene with his spectacular 11 & 17-piece Ray Charles Big Band. See the news page for more…
Sipping a mint julep, former psychiatric doctor Jeremy Sassoon coolly opened an exhilarating set paying tribute to the music of Ray Charles, his debut at Ronnie Scott’s. A compilation of hits and lesser-known tunes, Sassoon and his band presented a well-arranged, well-executed 80 minutes of music. Many of the arrangements came from jazz saxophone master Iain Dixon, making the most of the stars of the band: Winston Rollins on trombone, Martin Shaw on trumpet and the superb Mike Smith on drums.
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