China Syndrome

Following her acclaimed Ronnie Scott’s debut in 2012, China Moses returns for three nights in November. The daughter of jazz legend Dee Dee Bridgewater and director Gilbert Moses, Paris-based China was born in the United States but raised in France.
Between November 4-6 she will be performing material from her fifth studio album, Crazy Blues, recorded with pianist Raphaël Lemonnier, and released earlier this year.
The show is bound to feature Moses’ re-vamped version of Why Don’t You Do Right, a classic by Lil Greene, as well as Mamie Smith’s Crazy Blues, Donna Summer’s Hot Stuff, Nina Simone’s Work Song and The Mailman The Butcher and Me, an original composition by China and Raphaël, dedicated to different men evoked in the blues scene [such as the doctor in Dr Feelgood, the dentist in Long John Blues and the TV repair man in TV Is The Thing This Year.

Doors 6pm
. Tickets: £25.00 – £40.00
Box Office: 020 7439 0747 /