Sun 3 Oct 2021, 7:30PM
Easy Listening jazz and swing with local band – The Wednesday Men featuring
Bernie Westren – Leader Sax and clarinet
Keith Robinson – Guitar
Jenny Robinson – Drums
Doug Newton – Bass guitar
Colin Newton – Trombone
The Band are raising money for STOW – Supporting Tanzanian Orphans and Widows which
is a registered charity founded by a group of people in Suffolk in 2005. Its aim is to relieve the poverty and advance the education of children who have been orphaned by AIDS and also other vulnerable children in Tanzania. It works through Tanzanian charities in Tanga.
Thu 30th September 2021, 7:30PM
This is our blurb. Here goes:
The Unity Organ trio are a jazz ensemble who formed in 2018 and have played venues across London and Essex. They play a mixture of Jazz Standards, Latin Bossa Nova and Soulful Grooves. They share a common repertoire from songwriters such as Gershwin, Porter, Van Heusen and Kern as well as Jazz composers Corea, Henderson, Tyner and Davis.
The group comprises of: Alex Hearn (Guit.) Andrew Noble (Org.) and Michael Connolly (ds.)
Alex Hearn has a C.V including Martin Hathaway, Mick Hutton, Dan Banks, Trevor Taylor, Lance Ellington and Jocelyn Brown.
Andrew Noble has performed with Jim Mullen, Derek Nash and Peter King.
Michael Connolly has performed with Kenny Thomas, Laurence Cottle and Richard Cottle.
FRIDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2020 AT 7:30pm
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The Luke Brueck Seeley Quartet is a young group based in East Anglia, with its members hailing from Ipswich, Colchester, Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich respectively. Featuring Olivia Hughes on trombone, Dom Howard on guitar, George Mooney on electric bass, and Luke Brueck Seeley on drums, the four met at Aldeburgh Young Musicians, a Centre for Advanced Training based at the Snape Maltings Concert Hall, and have been playing together for about a year. They are all most interested in and most enjoy playing jazz but also enjoy playing other genres such as progressive metal, classical and funk in their various respective other groups.