Tag: Joe Armon-Jones

1 March 2020

Live Review: Joe Armon-Jones at Patterns

Joe Armon-Jones Patterns, Brighton Sunday 9th February, 2020 The wave of new young jazz artists flooding out of South London and into the media’s jazz Overton window seems to have eased as its vanguard move to consolidate their advances, but in the meantime Joe Armon-Jones has been unobtrusively but persistently touring the country (when breaks […]

1 February 2019

Jazz News (Feb. 2019)

Joe Armon-Jones Ezra Collective pianist Joe Armon-Jones received the Session of the Year award at Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards for his Maida Vale session last year. He performs with his band at Patterns in Brighton on Friday 22nd February.   Jacob Collier Multi-Grammy award winner Jacob Collier appears at Brighton’s Concorde 2 on Monday 18th […]

1 November 2018

Live Review: Joe Armon-Jones at Patterns

Joe Armon-Jones Patterns, Brighton Wednesday 10th October, 2018   The new London jazz scene, recently featured in the New York Times, is all about the live experience and this is something that Mr. Bongo is bringing to Patterns in Brighton over the next few months. Ezra Collective’s pianist Joe Armon-Jones, on his return to Brighton, […]

1 October 2018

Joe Armon-Jones Interview

SJM editor Charlie Anderson caught up with Ezra Collective keys player Joe Armon-Jones after the release of his solo debut, Starting Today.   What do you get from playing music, as an experience, that you don’t get from doing anything else? I get a feeling of connection to other people through improvised music that I […]

1 June 2018

Live Review: Joe Armon-Jones at The Eagle, Brighton

Joe Armon-Jones The Eagle, Brighton  Friday 18th May, 2018        Mr. Bongo presented an afternoon of live music at The Eagle pub, the highlight of which was an astonishing performance by young pianist Joe Armon-Jones.     Throughout, Armon-Jones conveyed a freshness and honesty that typifies the current new generation scene. Opening with a relaxed […]

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