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Thu, 17 Nov


Ronnie Scott's, London

Late Late Show hosted by DoomCannon

Every Thursday night, following the second show, Ronnie Scott’s presents Late Late Show, where some of the UK’s finest jazz talents take to the stage for a late night blowing session.

Late Late Show hosted by DoomCannon
Late Late Show hosted by DoomCannon

Time & Location

17 Nov 2022, 23:15

Ronnie Scott's, London, 47 Frith St, London W1D 4HT, UK

About the event

Tickets: Late Late Show at Ronnie's

Every Thursday night, following the second show, Ronnie Scott’s presents Late Late Show, where some of the UK’s finest jazz talents take to the stage for a late night blowing session. We are changing the vibe with music that includes and is influenced by jazz-funk, soul, R&B and hip hop. Thursdays’ hosts will present their show with different guests each month.

A DJ will augment the evening starting the night until close. Doors open at 11.15pm. DJ Ed Adoo (Nov)

Most tickets for the Late Late Show will be available at the door if advance tickets have sold out.

LINE-UP: DOOMCANNON piano, synths; DANIEL ROGERSON guitar; JONATHAN MOKO bass; OSCAR OGDEN drums + invited guests

DoomCannon is a London-based composer, producer & multi-instrumentalist spearheading a plethora of forward-thinking, improvised Jazz-inspired outfits such as TriForce & Project Karnak; now set to present his debut solo project in 2022. DoomCannon dabbled in flute and percussion from the age of eleven and classically trained in piano as a teenager where he joined the prestigious Kinetika Bloco youth performance group and training programme, a rite of passage for many of the catalysts of the British Jazz explosion such as brothers Theon & Nathaniel Cross, Mark Kavuma, Sheila Maurice Grey to name a few. Under the watchful eye of musical mentors Matt Fox (Kinetika Bloco) and Gary Crosby (Tomorrow's Warriors), DoomCannon mastered his craft and endeavoured on the Kinetika Bloco Leadership Programme becoming a teacher himself. Attending a fateful Jazz Re:freshed weekly session at MauMau bar, DoomCannon encountered saxophonist Ahnansé, they started playing together soon afterwards. DoomCannon garnered the attention of award-winning vocalist, Celeste, where he was invited to become Musical Director performing live at the Brit Awards and Later with Jools Holland. DoomCannon has been a band leader in projects like TriForce (alongside Mansur Brown) and Project Karnack, and has a reputation as a heavyweight player within the scene.

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