[Darwin reports from the West End of London]
If you enjoy jazz piano, then I got you beat. No matter where in the world you are.
And need I mention that Esbjörn Svensson is no more.
But Renee Rosnes (pron: ree-nee roz-nez) and her husband Bill Charlap, sterling interpreters of the Great American songbook from behind the ebony-and-ivories, are playing in Ronnie Scott's this evening. They rarely team up for a double-act but, hey, I'm watching them right now.
It's like being at home in the parlour with the Charlaps as they entertain friends and family. And Darwin.