Soweto Kinch at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival 2011

Originally seen on fulhamroad.co.uk – posted on 15 September. 

A brief review and a clip of Soweto Kinch and his jazz band playing at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival, London SW6.

Here’s an excerpt:

Since 2005, the Jazz Festival has been causing a smooth stir in its discreet corner of Fulham at Imperial Wharf. And since 2005, I’ve failed to get a decent seat each time thinking that because I only 30 seconds away, I’ll get a good spot every time. This year I took the oppurtunity to arrive early.

Read the rest on fulhamroad.co.uk.

As an extra treat, here’s a cool freestyle rap I recorded from Kinch. This should wake you up for the morning!

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2 responses to “Soweto Kinch at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival 2011

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