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A career-wide celebration, from the late 1940s to the early 1990s, of the great lyrical genius of the saxophone. Featuring John Wilson Orchestra star MARK CROOKS (saxophone) with CHRIS INGHAM (piano/commentary), ARNIE SOMOGYI (bass) and GEORGE DOUBLE (drums). "Crooks’ tenor raises the hairs on the back of the neck…” LONDON JAZZ NEWSFind out more »
Charismatic Belgian chanteuse in an enchanting evening of French chanson, Argentine Tango, Brazilian bossa nova, Italian retro pop, and Latin American classics. Featuring NICOLAS MEIER (guitar), RICHARD JONES (violin) and NICK KACAL (bass). "Charismatic, sophisticated and charming performer leaving audiences spellbound in her wake" JAZZ FM “Wow. Just wow.” LONDON JAZZ NEWS “An astonishingly beautiful voice” BBC RADIO 4Find out more »
THE GODFATHER OF SWING A sold-out favourite at Ronnie Scott’s with the Ray Gelato Giants, Louis Prima-inspired swing superstar Mr Ray guarantees a finger-popping night of jazz entertainment with blues-soaked tenor saxophone playing and effervescent vocals. With CHRIS INGHAM (piano), OWEN MORGAN (bass) and GEORGE DOUBLE (drums). “You close your eyes and hear each tenor sax giant in his playing” JAZZWAX, NEW YORK “Beneath all the showmanship there’s excellent musicianship to match” EVENING STANDARDFind out more »
Remarkable young jazz violinist who encapsulates the vivacious gypsy swing style of the legendary Stéphane Grappelli and adds a hefty dose of his own talent and irresistible showmanship. “Holder is an extraordinary talent” FESTJAZZ (France)Find out more »
"Some of Britain’s most talented hard bop devotees...a group of outstanding musicians" LONDON JAZZ NEWS In the wake of their sold-out appearance at the 2018 London Jazz Festival, Rebop returns to the Hunter Club to celebrate the life-affirming grooves and melodies of the late, great jazz composer-pianist Horace Silver. Featuring ‘Song For My Father’, ‘Sister Sadie’, ‘Filthy McNasty’ and other fingerpoppin’ classics. PAUL HIGGS (trumpet) COLIN WATLING (sax) CHRIS INGHAM (piano) Rev ANDREW BROWN (bass) GEORGE DOUBLE (drums)Find out more »
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