Ian Shaw is interviewed by Mike Vitti for BBC Radio
Alongside a stellar line-up of vocalists and the BBC Big Band led by Barry Forgie. Thursday 13th July at Cadogan Hall, London.
The Concert is in aid of the Stroke Association.
Ian presents his new album, Greek Street Friday, due to be released on 1st September. Four shown on 31st Aug and 1st Sept at Ronnie Scott's.
With Jamie Safir (piano/keys), Edwin Ireland (bass), David Preston (guitar), Alex Haines (slide guitar) and Ian Thomas (drums). Plus guest and backing vocalists Daisy Chute, Mica Townsend, Polly Gibbons and Matt Kent.
Official music video for Ian's new single To Be Held.
A sneak preview of the video accompanying the first single from Ian's new album. To Be Held is released this Friday, 30th June.
Ian joins an all-star cast for the Cheltenham Jazz Festival. With Guy Barker’s Big Band and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Ian sings Small Day Tomorrow and My Favourite Things.
Watch on BBC iPlayer: bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Cheltenham Jazz Festival — Ian joins Kurt Elling, Madeline Bell, Mica Millar, Ashton Jones, Vanessa Haynes, Mica Paris and Tommy Blaize in the opening show of the festival. Featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra and Guy Barker’s Big Band. Thursday 27th April in the Big Top.
Bray Jazz Festival — What's New with Ian Shaw, Iain Ballamy (saxes) and Jame Safir (piano). Saturday 29th April at Whale Theatre, Greystones.
Bristol Jazz Festival — Ian joins an all-star cast to celebrate the life of Pee Wee Ellis. Friday 19th May at Bristol Beacon.
Ian performs two solo shows featuring the music of the incomparable singer-songwriter.
When Bowie Met Joni — Friday 5th May at Piano Smithfield, London.
The Magic of Joni Mitchell — Sunday 21st May at The Bishops Court, Dorchester, Nr Wallingford, Oxon.
Ian Shaw and Tony Kofi celebrate the songs two jazz giants: Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. With Barry Green (piano) and Dave Green (bass). Two shows: Friday 23rd June and Saturday 24th June at PizzaExpress Soho Jazz Club, Dean Street.
Ian is joined by Claire Martin in a pair of Easter Weekend shows. Expect classic duets from the jazz, pop, soul and show canon. The Pheasantry, Kings Road. Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th April.
Ian and Julian have known each other for decades, and for Bath Comedy Festival they combine their multitudinous talents in an evening of filthy stories and heart-breaking ballads. Bath Forum, Saturday 15th April.
In his brand new solo show, Magical Radio, Ian weaves a funny and often moving musical tale of his singles collection, from boy to man. Taking in Gilbert and Elton, Marc Bolan, Bowie, Motown and Shaw’s obsession with the great pop masterpieces of the strangest decade in popular music.
Thursday 2nd March at Crazy Coqs, Piccadilly.