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Interview with Marcus Anderson Marcus Anderson is in town again.  Over the past eighteen months we've seen him here with Prince, collaborating with Lianne La Havas on a live cover version of Lost & Found at some legendary shows at Kokos in Camden and performing at the iconic Ronnie Scotts in Soho on a version of Purple Rain with a sax solo in place of that famous guitar solo! 
More recently he was here with Liv Warfield on her Not Giving Up Tour, which by all accounts really blew people away that were lucky enough to be there. 
This time Marcus is back in Soho at one of the Capital's best jazz clubs which is celebrating its 50th year in 2015, The Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho.  He will be playing four shows this weekend, filling the early and late slots for both Friday and Saturday evening. Marcus took some time out to talk to us about Penny Loafers, musical vibrations, Prince's Vault, singers singing like sax players and sax players playing like singers...
Marcus Anderson heads to London this weekend! This weekend Prince's sax player Marcus Anderson is playing one of the best Jazz venues in London.  He's playing 4 shows, 2 Friday and 2 Saturday Tickets here Tickets for Friday Early Show   Tickets for Friday Late Show Tickets for Saturday Early Show Tickets for Saturday Late Show From the Venue's website: Fri-21-Aug ( 6 : 00 pm ) - £25.00 Marcus Anderson Show Time 7:30pm - 9pm / Doors Open 6pm The Pop/R&B and Jazz musician’s career is fast becoming one to watch. Hailing from South Carolina, Marcus Anderson is currently performing to audiences all over the world as one of Prince’s saxophonists in New Power Generation. As part of Prince's touring group, Anderson has played and been showcased in such iconic festivals such as the Essence Music Festival, Monteux Jazz Festival and the Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival. With the relea