Guitarist/vocalist Rosie Frater-Taylor has been hailed as ‘One To Watch’ by Jazzwise - her debut album ‘On My Mind’, a “delicious jazz-folk amalgam” (Jazzwise), has garnered critical acclaim“Such a connection with the guitar” Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page. Exclusive Ziggy's World Jazz Club live video presentation -
Rosie's debut album ‘On My Mind’ (2018), a “delicious jazz-folk amalgam” JazzwiseTaking Off,
has garnered critical & public acclaim, including generous airplay on BBC Radio London, BBC
Radio 3, BBC Introducing, 6 Music & Jazz FM.
- Further accolades include BBC Introducing’s Abbie McCarthy and Declan Mckenna “complex,
jazzy, smooth, delicate”, songstress Becca Stevens, one of Rosie’s main inspirations “So. Good”
and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page “such a connection with the guitar”.
- With live shows being a big part of Rosie’s agenda during which she “combines her intimate voice
with hot Benson-esque guitar/ vocal scatting” (Eddie Myer, Sussex Jazz Mag), recent live highlights
include : Union Chapel, The Jazz Cafe, The Verdict, Hoxton Hall, Pizza Express Live, ‘B-FLat’
Berlin, Lillehammer Jazz Festival (Norway).
- Rosie is working with artists across the board including award-winning jazz vocalist Ian Shaw
who offered liner notes for her debut album “superb, surprising & highly enjoyable”, beat-driven
producer Conor Albert.
her songwriter parents Josie Frater & Steve Taylor and composer Chris Hyson.
Guitar/vocals - Rosie Frater-Taylor
Bassists - Seth Tackaberry "BBC young jazz musician finalist 2018" & Hugo Piper
Piano -Matt Carter
Drums - Steve Taylor
Backing vocals - Luca Manning/Eliza Carrick-Davies
“North London has never sounded so good” “Ziggy’s Gets it right” Mica Paris