- Tenderlonious led jazz quartet Ruby Rushton and their 22a imprint have been at the forefront of the UK jazz scene since the release of their debut album ‘Two For Joy’ back in 2015. They followed that up in in 2017, with two albums – ‘Trudi’s Songbook: Volume One’ & ‘Trudi’s Songbook: Volume Two.’ Both albums were met with mass acclaim receiving award nominations and regular airtime from Gilles Peterson, Jazz FM, BBC Radio 6 and many more.
- 2019 see’s the band continuing to push boundaries, and lead the way, with their new genre-defying album “Ironside”. The music is rooted in the spiritual concepts of jazz heroes such as John Coltrane and Yusef Lateef, whilst adopting influences from hip hop, Afrobeat and the UK underground culture.
Ruby Rushton have garnered support from a range of key figures in the scene: Gilles Peterson (BBC 6 Music), Huey Morgan (BBC 6 Music), Jon Hillcock (BBC 6 Music), Jamie Cullum (BBC Radio 2), Bradley Zero (BBC Radio 1), Jamz Supernova (BBC 1extra), Chris Phillips (Jazz FM, Alexander Nut (NTS), Tim Garcia (Jazz FM), Tom Ravenscroft (BBC 6 Music)