About Jazz Lates

Jazz Lates is a series of intimate Jazz events that take place in our wonderful living room. On Saturday 17th August it is with great pleasure that we welcome David Angol to the living room stage.

About the artist

David Angol is a musician born in Preston to Dominican parents. David grew up listening to Reggae, Calypso, Soul and Blues music.

Living at the time of the vibrant Jazz dance scene which was prominent throughout the eighties and early nineties.

He was raised with the musical influences of his step father who played the steel drums, but he always had an ear for Jazz which became a big part of David’s life.

He has since progressed to a saxophonist, bandleader, composer and session musician. David also teaches saxophones (Tenor / Soprano / Alto), piano and flute.

Currently leading his own quartet playing the music of the greats alongside his original compositions.

The quartet musicians are: Leon Daniel on piano, Neville Malcom on double bass and Winston Clifford on drums.

David toured with the award-winning ‘Blue Note’ records group ‘US3’. He played and remains to play on the International and London Jazz circuits, alongside people such as: Bobby Watson, Jools Holland, Bheki Mesleku, Ralph Moore, Jerry Garrett and Tony Kofi.

Although David is part of the Jazz purist society he has also worked as a session musician with artists such as Amy Winehouse, Beverly Knight and Jess Glynn who performed at the 2015 EMA Awards.

David has played at many international Jazz festivals including the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. He composed and performed music for the BBC (Ant & Dec) and ITV commercial television stations and worked on the award-winning popular TV drama series ‘Peaky Blinders’.

Discover David Angol

Event Details

  • Live Performance 9 pm
  • DJ from 11 pm to  1:30 am

FREE ENTRY

How to reach us 

Nearest Station:
Shoreditch High Street overground

Tube: Aldgate East & Liverpool Street

Bus: 67, 8, 242, 205, 35, 149, 26.

If you have any questions please contact us here