A Look at Ubuntu Music's Last Few Months November 26, 2018 Martin Hummel It’s been an extraordinary period for the Artists and the Label. Mark Kavuma hosts the Late Late Show at Ronnie Scott’s, with vocalist Judi jackson. Alina Bzhezhinska plays at The Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall, with Tony Kofi. Camilla George at Buster Mantis, for her album launch show, with Sarah Tandy, Daniel Casimir and Cherise Adams-Burnett. Henry Spencer at Spice of Life, with Ant Law. Alina Bzhezhinska, with Georgia Mancio, at Pizza Express. Tom Cawley, with Georgia Mancio, at Pizza Express. Quentin Collins, with Laurence, Jim and Jamie, at the 606 Club. Yolanda Charles lets it rip at Spice. Flying Machines, at Pizza Express, for their album launch show. Martin Hummel, with Alex Munk of Flying Machines. Spice of Life’s man, Paul Pace, celebrating 20 years at this great jazz venue, with Martin Hummel. Jonathan Arendt, former CEO of Jazz FM, celebrating the next generation of the station with Martin Hummel. Rory Ingham Quartet, at Spice of Life, to kick off this year’s London Jazz Festival. Rory follows up with his band, Jam Experiment, at Spice of Life. Trio HLK in South Hampstead. Dame Evelyn Glennie, with Trio HLK. The Quentin Collins Quintet, with Alex Garnett, at Spice of Life. Leo Richardson at Spice of Life. Leo Richardson and Martin Hummel. Rick Simpson and Martin Hummel. Alina Bzhezhinska, with Tony Kofi, at Spice of Life. Martin Hummel and Alina Bzhezhinska. Leslie, Martin Hummel’s wife, having an espresso at Bar Italia, before the next show. Mark Kavuma—with David, Mussinghi & Co—at Pizza Express. Camilla George at The Elgar Room, Royal Festival Hall. Flying Machines at Spice of Life.