This week's show features the second part of Ian's look-back at the year. Including Sumara Joy, Jazzmeia Horn and Theo Croker.
Last week's show is also available. Featuring Susan George, Stacey Kent, Will Downing, David Soul, Carol Grimes and Claire Martin. With music from Pee Wee Ellis, Jim Mullen and Sarah Jane Morris.
Ian joins Petroc Trelawny for seasonal music and conversation. Also featuring pianist Stephen Hough, folk trio Granny’s Attic and jazz vocalist Ella Hohnen-Ford. BBC Radio 3 on Saturday 25th December, 9am-1pm. Also on BBC Sounds.
Join Ian for his annual Xmas show at Crazy Coqs. Sunday 19th December at 3pm and Monday 20th December at 7pm.
In this one-man show, Ian explores the joys, tears and sheer horror of the festive season. Expect seasonal songs and razor-sharp comedy.
Join Ian for a cracker of a show, after another right old figgy pud of a year. With some very special guests from the world of music and theatre in these exclusive shows for Crazy Coqs, Piccadilly. Sunday 19th December at 3pm and Monday 20th December at 7pm.
Ian is back on stage at Dean Street with a dazzling season of collaborations from the international world of jazz, soul, pop and beyond. Sunday 23rd to Monday 31st January 2022.
Full programme & tickets: www.pizzaexpresslive.com/ian-shaw-and-friends
In this exclusive show, Ian is interviewed by Mike Vitti. Expect songs and conversation. Part of EFG London Jazz Festival 2021. Thursday 18th November at Lauderdale House, Highgate.
Ian interviews legendary actress Susan George (Spring and Port Wine, Straw Dogs, The Real Marigold Hotel). Monday 22nd November at The Pheasantry, Chelsea.
Ian plays his solo show at the Leyburn Jazz Festival, its inaugural year. Saturday 23rd Oct. The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Leyburn, Yorkshire.
A solo outing for Ian's show When Bowie Met Joni. Sunday 7th Nov. The Brunswick, Hove.
Ian in his new solo show, Back In The Room With You. Expect Joni Mitchell, Cohen, Elton and Bernie, the classic songbooks and some exciting brand new writers. Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zédel, Piccadilly. Friday 15th October.
Ian plays four dates with Iain Ballamy and Jamie Safir as part of their What's New tour.
Sun 19 Sept 2021
Pizza Express, Soho Jazz Club
Wed 22 Sept 2021
Fringe Jazz at the Bristol Music Club
Fri 24 Sept 2021
Peggy's Skylight Club, Nottingham
Sat 25 Sept 2021 (4pm)
Scarborough Jazz Festival
Ian talks to Chris Gilvear about What's New and the tour this week.
Watch the video of Ian singing Alfie with Iain Ballamy (tenor saxophone) and Jamie Safir (piano) here.
Ian plays The Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival with Liane Carroll in A Celebration Of British Soul, Gospel & Jazz. Also featuring Mica Paris and The Kingdom Choir. Taking place on the De La Warr Pavilion’s beachside South Lawn, Bexhill-on-Sea — Monday 30th August, 4pm-9pm.
Ian is a panellist on the Jazz FM Classic Album Series, discussing Nina Simone's Baltimore. Show will be broadcast at a later date on Jazz FM. Hampstead Jazz Club, Tuesday 20th July.
Ian presents his new show Songs from the Home Page, a mixture of music and comedy exploring the thrills, horrors and hashtags of living in – and out of – an online world. Widcombe Social Club, Thursday 22nd July 2021.
Check out details about Ian's upcoming shows this summer, including July dates in Luton, Devon and Bath.
Ian returns to Crazy Coqs with his solo show Love, Fame and Happiness: When Joni met Bowie. Sunday 1st August at 3pm and 7pm.
Unfortunately, Ian is suffering from a severe throat infection and is unable to undertake his shows at Ronnie Scott's on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th of June. These shows will be rescheduled for later in the year. The wonderful Claire Martin has stepped in at very short notice to perform at all four shows.
Here is Ian's note from earlier this morning, Friday 4th June.
“Hello to all fans and friends of Ronnie Scott's. Ian Shaw here. It's Friday morning and I've woken up with zero voice. Having just eased myself back into doing what I love best – singing. The last two weeks, I've been on the road, done a BBC session... but the biggest thrill was returning to Ronnies to do these four shows. And after a rotten cold (the first since Xmas 2019!) the tools have escaped the box. I asked my amazing singing friend, Claire Martin, would she join my ace band for these shows, starting tonight. Miraculously she's free. I can think of nobody better to give you the very best evening ever. She was one of Ronnie's absolute favourites. Please continue to support my spiritual home, Ronnie Scott's – and its fantastic return to the live music scene. I'll see you there very soon, when my voice returns to its full roar. Lots of love to you all, Ian Shaw x”
Ian talks to Katie Derham about his shows at Ronnie Scott's and the Club's new livestream system. BBC Radio 3's In Tune on 3rd June, 5-7pm. Available on BBC iPlayer for 1 month.
Ian with Iain Ballamy and Jamie Safir play from their album What's New. Thursday 27th May at 7pm and 9pm.
BBC Radio Two presents Ian Shaw and the legendary US singer Mark Murphy with the BBC Big Band in concert at Town Hall Birmingham, celebrating the music of Bacharach, Legrand and Mancini. Sunday 23rd May at 7pm.
Listen at: bbc.co.uk
Tickets now on sale for Ian's solo show, In A Room With You, devised exclusively for Crazy Coqs and these times. Sunday 20th June.
Ian plus quartet return to the club with When Bowie Met Joni. Four shows, Friday and Saturday 4th and 5th June.
Ian writes: “Travelling to Manchester tomorrow to rehearse with the brilliant players of the Psappha ensemble. It's an exciting evening's programme. The composer Mark-Anthony Turnage was commissioned for me to sing his setting of Black Milk.
“It's based on the 1945 Paul Celan poem that draws on his vivid and gut-wrenchingly honest and guilty reaction to the horrors of the Holocaust. Despite their son's pleas for Fritzi and Leo to go into hiding, both parents died at an internment camp. Celan held this grief and guilt until his death in 1970.
“The resonance of this work echoes hugely the ignorant fear and othering that marginalises and displaces to this day.
“We were to premiere Black Milk exactly a year ago. You can watch it on Thursday at 7pm – as we perform this brand new work live, at last.”
Ian plays a lockdown session at Ronnie Scott's. This will be a solo show of his When Joni Met Bowie. Thursday 4th March.