John Etheridge and Friends

Legendary UK guitarist John Etheridge returns, after a long break, for his annual series of dates at the PizzaExpress Jazz Club, featuring some of the most celebrated and talented musicians on the scene.

John Etheridge, who rightly enjoys a glowing reputation throughout the jazz world and beyond and has been described by Pat Metheny as, "One of the best guitarists" is back with his season at the PizzaExpress. Throughout his career, he has played in widely eclectic contexts, working with everyone from Yehudi Menuhin to Hawkwind, Stephane Grappelli to Soft Machine, Nigel Kennedy to Andy Summers... All the time bringing his own personality to every situation.

''There's never a moment's doubt about his awesome authority whenever he touches a guitar.''  - The Guardian

''Wonderfully personal and mind-bogglingly varied'' - Glasgow Herald

John Etheridge & Vimala Rowe Quartet

PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)

£25.00

Saturday 3rd September Show Time 8:00pm / Doors Open 6:30pm

John Etheridge and Vimala Rowe scored a resounding critical success with their album ‘Out of the Sky’ ,which was in the Top Ten Critic’s lists for 2016 in both...

John Etheridge’s Zappatistas

PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)

£25.00

Sunday 4th September Show Time 8:00pm / Doors Open 6:30pm

John brings this long established and hugely popular band to the PizzaExpress for a rare London appearance. Gigs by this band are uncommon and each one is a riotous...

Paul Jones & John Etheridge

PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)

£35.00

Monday 5th September Show Time 8:00pm / Doors Open 6:30pm

Following their sell out show at PizzaExpress Dean Street this spring, Soho Jazz Club is delighted to welcome the veteran blues performer, broadcaster and erstwhile pop star Paul...

John Etheridge and The Soft Machine

PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)

£27.50

Tuesday 6th September Show Time 8:00pm / Doors Open 6:30pm

John brings the legendary band, which has been in existence for 55 years, for a night at the Club. Featuring long term members - Himself (47 years) and John Marshall (50 years) on...