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Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Kevin Hassett’s REDUX at Davenham

Here is Jazz@Davenham's first concert of, what is sure to be a great season, featuring some amazing bands (as you would expect!) on Thursday 26th September.

Book now by e mail to jazz@davenham.co
or ring  01606 74502 or 01606 44253

Doors & Bar at 7.30 pm, gig at 8 pm
£10 on the door (booking advisable)

Kevin Hassett’s REDUX

‘Redux’ offers an energetic jazz based musical entertainment for both jazz listeners and non-jazz live music lovers. The repertoire is an eclectic, lively and original amalgam of freshly interpreted and arranged jazz standards leavened with blues and soul.

The Band  features:
Kevin Hassett on vocals,
Paul Matthews on Guitar,
Jeff Henson on Bass
Rob Phillips on Drums

and is a live spin off from the Studio based Project Kevin Hassett’s ‘A’ Game whose 3rd album ‘Rules of the Road’ was released in September 2017.

Jeremy Sassoon, Grahame Wilson, John Ellls and Nicola Farnon are also scheduled to appear later in the autumn

Bookings 01606 74502 or 44253

From JAZZ@DAVENHAM TEAM
Doors and Bar open 7.30pm - Concert starts at 8.00pm
Bookings on 01606 74502 or e mail to jazz@davenham.co

Gig venue - Davenham Theatre: 59 Church Street, Davenham, Cheshire CW9 8NF

Sponsors - Tatton Brewery
www.tattonbrewery.co.uk





Doncaster Jazz to return?



Doncaster Jazz winning grassroots award in 2018
From Brian Askew

Hello Everyone.
We have just been awarded a cash legacy which will enable us to re- introduce Jazz Nights at the Doncaster Con. Club on the first Thursday in the month. It would be greatly appreciated if you could respond by return of e-mail if you are interested and willing to support this new venture.

Looking forward to hearing from you

Best Regards

Brian

(Brian's emails if you want to help is Brian Askew bia_611@btinternet.com)


Autumn jazz in Scarborough at the Cask

Zoe Gilby’s Pannonica 23 Oct

From Mike Gordon - "it's the Scarbortough Jazz festival this weekend 20-22 September, but the fun doesn't stop there! Here's our programme up to Christmas"

October
2      Dave Clegg & Friends The seven piece with a big band sound playing Dave’s arrangements of tunes from Count Basie, Buddy Rich and other big band classics along with modern jazz standards, with Gracie Falls on vocals. £5
9      Will Howard Quintet Saxophonist Will Howard, one of newer regular guests known for his melodic inventiveness, this time brings his own band playing compositions inspired by the great bebop composers Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown, Tadd Dameron and Sonny Rollins, featuring Will (tenor sax), Will Blackstone  (trumpet), Fergus Vickers (guitar) James Banner (bass) and Jordan Dinsdale (drums). £6
16     Martin Jones Martin Jones is one of the finest trumpeters in the region and is also a very talented singer.  His programme of mainstream/modern        jazz is always varied and accessible for audiences.  With Mike   Gordon Trio.  £5
23    Zoe Gilby’s Pannonica Zoe performs lyrical interpretations of the quirky but attractive  compositions of legendary pianist/composer Thelonious Monk. Inspired by Carmen McRae’s album “Carmen Sings Monk”, with lyrics by Jon Hendricks, Abbey Lincoln and others, this is a compelling tribute sensitively performed by Paul Edis (piano), Andy Champion (bass) and Richard Brown (drums)  £7
30    Joel Purnell Since emerging onto the British jazz scene in the late ‘90s saxophonist Joel has established a formidable reputation. ‘This is how the contemporary tenor ought to sound’ (Jazz UK). With MG3 (Graham Pinkney keys). £5

November
6      AC3 Back in action after a break (Tom’s arm), AC3 translate their shared love of jazz, funk, gospel and world music into irresistible foot-tapping rhythms and engaging melodies. Adam Carpenter (keyboards), Tom Townsend (drums) and Rowan Oliver (bass) play Adam’s original material.  £5
13     Stony Jazz Five of the best known musicians on the Scarborough scene come together to create an infectious good time blend of  swing, jazz and Latin. Great vocals from Rich Adams front a line-up of Dave Kemp (sax), Mark Gordon (keyboards), Bob Walker (bass) and Tom Townsend (drums).  £5
20    Gordon Vernick Respected the world over as a high calibre trumpet player, music educator and radio broadcaster this is Gordon’s second UK tour at the invite of Wigan Jazz Club and Youth Jazz Orchestra. Gordon has performed with such jazz stars as Kenny Werner, Marc Copland, Clare Fischer and Randy Brecker. Gordon’s style is very much in the be-bop tradition, accompanied on this tour by Martín Longhawn (piano), John Marley (bass) and Tim Carter (drums).  £8
27    Ian Chalk + MG3 Often in a supporting role, tonight it’s a chance for one of our region’s leading musicians to take the solo spot and treat us to his mellow trumpet tone and sensitive improvisations. With MG3. £5

December
4      Jazz Aesthetic Jazz Aesthetic return to Scarborough Jazz, bringing their usual blend of contemporary jazz and hard swinging bop. Since its formation in 2009 the band have played around the region, giving music students from the University of Hull a platform to showcase their talents. Expect lots of Art Blakey-inspired grooves from this band, as they explore the hard bop repertoire. £5
11     Players’ night Another opportunity for members of our audience who play an instrument or sing to come on stage and perform a couple of numbers. £5
18     Christmas Party with Seven Pieces of Silver This year’s Christmas Party will be accompanied in style by 7 Pieces Of Silver performing the music at the late great Horace Silver.  It’s a great line-up with leader and bassist Paul Baxter, James Lancaster trumpet, Stuart MacDonald alto and baritone sax, Kyran Matthews tenor sax, Matt Ball trombone and Andrzej Baranek keys. There will be food and lots of fun. £7


Doors open at 8.00 pm and music begins at 8.45.For more details, go to our website: www.scarboroughjazz.co.uk. Doors at The Cask open 8.00pm.

Scarborough Jazz @ The Cask Inn  Cambridge Terrace, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2LQ tel 01723 500570


Human Element at The Globe - with a new manager!


Daz Trei
Schipmann/Ludwig – The Human Element 29 Sept

The Globe welcome to our new manager, Daz Trei, who has just started at The Globe, Newcastle, taking over from Ali Fyendysh who has moved to London.

Daz, who is originally from Yorkshire, has wide experience of pubs and clubs from both sides of the bar and a deep love of live music. 

“Having the opportunity to manage a community-owned venue that is committed to music is like a dream come true for me,” he said. “I love most live music, especially rock and blues and a bit of jazz. I also like beer.”

Contact Daz by email howdy@theglobenewcastle.bar or message the Globe Facebook page @TheGlobeNewcastleUponTyne.

The next big jazz gig at the Globe:  Schipmann/Ludwig – The Human Element
Sunday 29 September, doors open 7.30pm
Melodic original jazz combining UK and Germany influences. Originally from Cologne, Germany, guitarist Gero Schipmann has been an active part of London’s vibrant jazz scene for the past three years. Together with Cologne-based saxophonist and composer Johannes Ludwig, the two lead the Schipmann/Ludwig UK Quintet, a highly prolific band featuring some of the UK’s most sought after musicians, uniting the unique jazz scenes of England and Germany.

Gero Schipmann and Johannes Ludwig are close friends that share a musical identity that’s powerful and imaginative. Both of them compose for this quintet, their music sounds different yet fits together so naturally as if it was meant to be all along. Both are exciting virtuosos on their respective instrument and are joined by one of the hottest rhythm sections in the UK – Sam Leak on piano, Max Luthert on bass and Will Glaser on drums. Their music goes deep, reveals human desire, allows human error and inspires the listener to embrace everything that makes life worth living.
Gero Schipmann – Guitar
Johannes Ludwig – Alto Saxophone
Sam Leak – Piano
Max Luthert – Bass
Will Glaser – Drums


Gigs are at The Globe, Railway Street, Newcastle NE4 7AD. Visit the website to see all gigs at the Globe and much more jazz.coop/whats-on