Zara McFarlane – presented by Ronnie Scott’s

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Eloquent and provocative singer-songwriter, Zara McFarlane, is the UK’s Black British foremost Jazz Vocalist. With two critically acclaimed albums to her name, she inhabits an unusual musical landscape, fearlessly exploring original material & reworking well known classics from the worlds of Jazz and Jamaican music. Her third studio album “ARISE” traces her musical heritage of the Caribbean and explores her take on the musical possibilities of British-Jamaican identity with an all star band. Support comes from 'Invariance' led by Kaidi Akinnibi.
Zara McFalane: vocals
Binker Golding: Tenor sax
Peter Edwards: Piano
Max Luthert: Bass
Drums: Sam Jones

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