Ronnie’s: Ronnie Scott & His World-Famous Jazz Club – 15 November 2020 – 15/11/2020 – Sunday – BBC Four

The history of the illustrious Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club comes alive in Ronnie’s: Ronnie Scott & His World Famous Jazz Club .

The venue was eponymously named after the late tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott, who founded the club with business partner Pete King. The club doors first opened in London’s Soho in October 1959 and it was inspired by the vibrant post-war jazz venues in New York, including the Three Deuces. Since then, Ronnie’s has consistently played host to many of the world’s greatest jazz legends, including Chet Baker, Count Basie, Miles Davies, Ella Fitzgerald, Buddy Rich and Nina Simone who, along with many others, are all featured in the film. As well as a host of archive performances from the past 60 years, Ronnie’s features previously unseen, restored footage as well as new interviews with his friends, family and the music elite, including Chris Blackwell, Quincy Jones and Sonny Rollins.

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