Well.. I think that was the most enjoyable run at Ronnie Scott's yet - The Independent gave us a 4 star review: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/reviews/live-music-review-james-taylor-quartet-ronnie-scotts-london-8791184.html?origin=internalSearch
I also got the opportunity to chat with Phil Gould (Level 42's original drummer) who'd come down with Jeremy Stacey who was playing in the support band!! Two absolute gents and both passionate about music and drumming...
In other news Gemma Hill interviewed me for the Mike Dolbear website this month - check it out here: http://mikedolbear.com/story.asp?storyID=3564
Next on the agenda is 3 nights at the wonderful Bluenote club in Milan with JTQ: http://www.bluenotemilano.com/evento/james-taylor-quartet-7/
Arrivederci once again, Pat x