Jazz Café the last stop for Duman frontman Kaan Tangöze’s international solo tour

Kaan Tangöze has been at the forefront of Turkish indie rock for the past two decades. The singer songwriter found fame as the lead singer of seminal rock band Duman, which he helped found in 1999.

While the band continue to perform live, new material has not been forthcoming. Instead, Tangöze has been focussing on his solo career.

Seven years ago, Tangöze released his debut solo album Gölge Etme, which included the track Taksim Meydanı, inspired by the Taksim Gezi Park protests that occurred in 2013.

In January, Tangöze returned with his second solo offering, Aşık Mahsuni Şerif Türküleri, offering a beautiful interpretation of ten classic Turkish folk songs.

Tangöze’s dreamy acoustic take on the Turkish Blues, known as Türkü in Turkish, includes the songs Boşu Boşuna and Divane Ettim Aklımı. All ten tracks were recorded in his Istanbul studios, with the music, singing and song arrangements all undertaken by the left-handed guitarist.

The star has been touring his music in the US, and will stop off in London for his final international gig at the Jazz Café, before returning to his native Turkiye.


Title: Kaan Tangöze

Date: Tuesday 29 November 2022

Doors open: 7pm

Venue: Jazz Café, 5 Parkway, Camden, London NW1 7PG

Admission: This event is strictly 18+ with ID required on arrival at the venue.

Tickets: tickets cost £55.75 (includes booking fee) and are available via Ticketweb – click here for standing tickets.

Diners can eat and watch the gig from the first floor of the venue. For these tickets, click here. Restaurant tickets include a non-refundable deposit of £20 per person, which will be taken off your bill at the end of the night.