Pianist, Composer, Arranger
Martin Litton is an internationally renowned pianist, arranger, and bandleader, specialising in all the classic styles of jazz from the age of Ragtime through to the Swing era and beyond.
He has broadcast frequently on BBC Radio 3, talking about and demonstrating the music of Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, Earl Hines, and Teddy Wilson.
Martin has worked and recorded with many legendary British and American musicians, including Humphrey Lyttleton, Kenny Ball, Harry Gold, Clare Teal, Kenny Davern, Scott Hamilton, Bob Wilber, Marty Grosz, and Wild Bill Davison.
Martin is equally effective as a solo artist, accompanist, or band pianist, as is evidenced by his work in the popular theatre show 'Swinging At The Cotton Club', with the Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra, and in previous years with the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra.
Martin is available for weddings, parties, functions, clubs, and festivals.