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Friday, 5 September 2014

Most Wanted in Davenham...

Most Wanted Band

Dave Atherton writes- 'welcome to the new, and very exciting jazz@davenham season for 2014/15.
Could this be the best programme we have ever produced - we think so - this is "accessible" and exciting live music!'

John Ellis Trio - Thursday 25th September

No stranger to jazz@davenham John’s musicianship has been utilised by well known artists such as Tom Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, Lily Allen, John Squire (Stone Roses) and others as well as being a founder member of The Cinematic Orchestra and contributing heavily to the albums "Everyday"
and "Man With The Movie Camera".

Pete Turner (Bass) is a regular and welcome visitor to Davenham. A supremely accomplished musician. he has worked with most of the best of Northern Jazz including Jamil Sharif and Stuart McCallum, and here with Karen Sharp. A dexterity matched with groove and tasteful intelligence.

Rob Turner (drums) trained at the Royal Northern College of music.
Rob's dynamic percussive energy has been a leading part of two of the best and most exciting bands from the North in recent years. The Magic Hat Ensemble and Go Go Penguin, the latter beginning to gather international acclaim.

Most Wanted Band (This gig is on a FRIDAY for a change - FRIDAY 31st October)

"You will not want to miss these guys ! ... A blistering lawless band that deals out forgotten songs playing a hugely enjoyable programme of music that ranges from vintage blues to alt. Country to modern and classic Americana all with sheer class. Not to be missed!"

Stevie Williams bass & vocals.
Dave Hassell drums & percussion.
Markie Creswell guitar & vocals.
Billy Buckley guitar & lap steel guitar.

More to follow including:

The Weave Thursday 27 November

Zoe Gilby Quartet Thursday 18 December

We take bookings for the first 2 gigs only via the e mail address, or phone 01606 74502 (Harry) or 44253 (Dave) We feel these are sure to sell out fast - as always will will not expect payment as long as you tell us you cannot attend, in good time.


Davenham Theatre: 59 Church Street, Davenham CW9 8NF

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