Artephis Feb 27th
from Mike Gordon - February Jazz at Scarborough will feature:
Easy Street has built a strong local following with a repertoire taken from the best and lesser known standards. Roger Maughan’s rich vocals are supported by Howard Beaumont (piano), Bob Malinowski (bass) and Lee Adams (drums), plus Graham Pinkney on vibes. £5
Saxophonist Purnell is acknowledged as one of the UK’s most respected and exciting contemporary jazz musicians. ‘Immaculate taste’ (The Guardian), ‘Fire-breathing solos’ (Jazzwise). With MG3. £5
Latchepen with Matt Holborn
Latchepen is a band born out of a collective admiration of Django Reinhardt and all that swings. Far from a carbon copy, Latchepen take their love of the gypsy jazz tradition and bring it forward into the wider jazz and songbook repertoire, with stunning results as you can hear on their new album, ‘Love letters’. The word Latchepen is an exclamation of happiness and contentment in the Romani language. Matt Holborn (violin), Kourosh Kinani (guitar), Jeremie Coullon (guitar) and Simon Read (bass). £8
This Manchester based contemporary jazz-rock quintet comprises some of the North's most creative young musicians, who take a jazz quintet line-up in innovative directions, distilling an eclectic sound with an increasingly electronic element. ‘An outstanding band of young musicians’ (Jazz North).A aron Wood (trumpet/ flugelhorn/ electronics), James Girling (electric/flamenco guitars), Ali Roocroft (piano/ keyboard), Alasdair Simpson (bass) and Matt Brown (drums). The band is part of Jazz North’s Northern Line Project. £5
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