Jeff Goldblum entertains London commuters at train station jazz concert


Jeff Goldblum entertained commuters in London on Wednesday (05Sep18) by performing at St Pancras International train station with his jazz group.

The Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom star drew crowds as he performed tracks from his upcoming jazz album, The Capitol Studios Sessions – the first release from his new deal with Decca, which will hit stores in November (18).

Hollywood star Goldblum has become quite the staple in London over the summer – a massive inflatable of himself in character as Dr. Ian Malcolm was erected in a London park to mark the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park.

The 25-foot-tall (7.6 meter) statue of the actor, which recreates a scene in the dinosaur epic during which Malcolm lies breathless, his shirt unbuttoned, after being attacked by a Tyrannosaurus rex, overlooked the River Thames in Potters Field.

Fans flocked to see the odd landmark, commissioned by streaming service NowTV.

Goldblum reprised his Ian Malcolm character for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.