The Jay Rayner Quartet debuts first live album 'A Night of Food and Agony'

Sep 8, 2017

The Jay Rayner Quartet’s first live album, A Night of Food and Agony is now available to buy as CD and on all download formats.

A Night of Food and Agony, recorded at the Crazy Coqs inside London’s Brasserie Zedel, captures the atmosphere of Jay's live gigs which examine the relationship between jazz and two key themes in his life: food and drink, and growing up with his mother Claire Rayner, the renowned agony aunt and sex advice columnist.

You can download the album now via iTunes, stream over on Spotify, or order the CD from Amazon.