Saturday, 28 April 2018

May Jazz by the seaside!

Dean Masser May 16

May's Jazz programme in Scarborough

Ricardo Alvarez Quartet
The speedy return of this band following their club debut in January is a measure of how well they went down. Led by Chilean tenor man Ricardo, the band plays an enjoyable fusion of jazz and Latin American music including some excellent originals. Ricardo Alvarez (tenor sax), Alec Robinson  (piano), Emlyn Vaughn (bass) and John Settle (drums). £6

Dave Clegg & Friends
This seven piece band creates a great big band sound thanks to Dave’s arrangements and the sumptuous vocals of Rich Adams. Ralph Alder and Steve Whitehead (saxes), Nigel Blenkiron (trumpet), Tony Turner (trombone), Dave Clegg (piano/arrangements), Bob Walker (bass) and Dave Pinkney (drums). £5

MAY 16
Dean Masser/Pat McCarthy Band
Tenor saxophonist Dean and guitarist Pat met while touring with the Alan Barnes Octet Fish Tales project. They decided to form a smaller unit to explore the rapport they struck up on that tour. Adding
Ed Harrison on bass and Caroline Boaden on drums created an instant chemistry. Expect swing, interplay, standards and a couple of originals seasoned with appalling jokes. £7

MAY 23
Mark Chandler & Munch Manship
One of the UK’s top trumpet players Mark Chandler teams up with the legendary Manchester-based
saxophonist Munch Manship for a class double act. With Mark Gordon (keyboard), Bob Walker (bass) and Tom Townsend (drums). £5

MAY 30
Easy Street
Since its inception three years ago Easy Street has built a strong following, playing some of the
best but lesser known standards. Although this is the band’s first visit to the club its members have
played here with different line-ups. The rich vocals of Roger Maughan are supported by Howard
Beaumont (keyboards), Bob Malinowski (bass) and Lee Adams (drums). £5

For more details, go to our website: Doors at The Cask open 8.00pm.

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

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