Before the Show: Jessie Ware and Sunflower Bean at The Jazz Cafe

Jessie Ware, Sunflower Bean and Weslee took over the Jazz Cafe for an eclectic night of music as part of AMP Collected.

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Annie Mac’s empire is in expansion mode. Having dominated the radio and club circuit for years the veteran DJ has turned her attention to live music, hosting a run of shows throughout February under the AMP Sounds and AMP Collected projects. Bringing together an eclectic mix of artists, last Thursday saw Jessie Ware, NYC upstarts Sunflower Bean and UK duo Weslee take over the Jazz Cafe for a night of soaring tunes.

Previously anonymous duo Weslee opened the night with their slinky, distinctly UK take on R&B before Sunflower Bean brought a dose of New York rock n roll to the Jazz Cafe only for Jessie Ware to finish it all off with one stirring anthem after another. Zac Marouche caught the whole thing live, check out his photos of the night below.

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