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Thursday, 20 August 2015

Huddersfield Jazz autumn at the Keys

Gabrielle Ducomble- 21 November

Roger Sawyer writes

"I’m attaching information confirming our Autumn season’s Huddersfield Jazz gigs, all of which will be at the Keys Restaurant.

Here are a few details about the artists:-

Saturday, 12 September 2015:
Glasgow-born trumpet and flugelhorn player Bruce Adams is one of the jazz scene’s most dramatic and stimulating performers. Here he appears with the Andy Cholerton Trio (Andy Cholerton, piano, Steve Berry, bass and Caroline Boaden, drums).
www.bruce-adams.co.uk and www.andycholerton.co.uk.

Friday (yes, Friday!) 23 October 2015:
Snake Davis, one of the UK's leading saxophonists, appears regularly at Huddersfield Jazz - and with good reason! He is in demand not only from jazz organisations, but also from big names on the British popular music scene - as well as from some of the world’s biggest artists - the list of those he has worked with is truly impressive.
www.snakedavis.com

Saturday, 21 November 2015:
Belgium-born vocalist Gabrielle Ducomble is now a firm favourite in her adopted UK, bringing a special blend of Gallic charm and sophistication to the British jazz scene. Her band includes some of Europe’s finest musicians in an authentic line-up of guitar, violin and accordion, which provides the perfect anchor for her superb vocals.
www.gabrielleducomble.com

Saturday, 12 December 2015:
Loretta Scott and the Jazz Belles. Huddersfield Jazz is proud to present the debut gig of a jazz super-group, formed with some of Yorkshire’s established female jazz musicians.
Loretta Scott: vocals, Wendy Kirkland: piano (www.wendykirkland.com), Jenni Molloy: bass (www.jellymouldjazz.net/jennimolloy),Tina Featherstone: sax (www.musicteachers.co.uk/tinafeatherstone), Caroline Boaden: drums - making her second appearance this season (www.dizzy-club.co.uk/Caroline-Boaden.htm)

So much to look forward to - and pie’n’peas to boot!

The Keys restaurant
Bryam Street
Huddersfield
tel 01484 516677
www.keysrestaurant.com

Hope to see you there!

Regards

Roger Sawyer



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