Ruby Sings - Showcasing New Music In London
Are you an up and coming artist looking for a gig in Central London? Or are you looking for a place to listen to great unsigned talent? Either way, on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, set in the middle of Soho just upstairs of the famous Ronnie Scott’s venue, you will find some of the best British unsigned talent that London has to offer.
This event is none other than Ruby Sings. It has been running for the past 8 years and has been showcasing unsigned and emerging talent right in the heart of Soho. It provides artists and listeners alike an intimate setting which showcases an eclectic mix of musical styles. From jazz to pop, to R&B to those powerful rock ballads, Ruby Sings is a great platform for any emerging artist to showcase their talent.
Not only do they showcase unsigned artists that are trying to make it in the music industry, but after the show at 11pm the stage is open to anyone that wants to perform on the night. Known as the Ruby Sings Jam, this part of the night allows anyone in the crowd to jump on stage and sing (or play) their heart out - it’s one of the best open mics around London.
Playing At Ruby Sings
To any up and coming artists or musicians out there, Ruby Sings is one show you have to play or attend. If you’re making your way through London on a Tuesday night, make sure you stop in Soho and head upstairs to the Ronnie Scotts bar and check out the unsigned talent. You can reach out (details below) to the Ruby Sings team about getting on the bill, or try your luck at the Ruby Sings Jam segment which is a great way to meet new people.
Tickets are reasonably priced for central London:
£6 before 8:30pm, £8 thereafter.
If you’re interested in learning a bit more about Ruby Sings, the founder Ada Lo was nice enough to come down to our podcast to have a little talk about what she’s been getting up to and tell us more about their platform and what they can offer new artists.