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Vastly experienced jazz quartet with Bobby Wellins, playing standards and originals.
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See Steve Watts tour dates
An excellent and talented jazz pianist.
See Liam Noble tour dates
Modern jazz trombonist and vocalist.
See Malcolm Earle-Smith tour dates
Wales' top jazz saxophonist.
See Lee Goodall tour dates
Brighton-based alto saxophonist whose highly individual improvisational style owes much to the Lee Konitz/Warne Marsh/Lennie Tristano school of playing.
See Geoff Simkins tour dates
Generally considered to be one of the finest bebop guitarists in Europe.
See Dave Cliff tour dates
Jazz bassist and co-host of Blow The Fuse with Deirdre Cartwright at the Vortex Jazz Club.
See Alison Rayner tour dates
Jazz guitarist and regular presenter of Radio 3's 'Jazz Notes', Deirdre Cartwright also co-runs with Alison Rayner her club, Blow The Fuse, at The Vortex. 'Soft, lyrical and heartfelt combination of contemporary jazz and urban music' -The Guardian.
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With his lyrical, intelligent sax playing, Julian came to prominence with the ground breaking 'Loose Tubes'.
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Tenor saxophonist playing the very best in modern jazz, who won the John Dankworth Award for talent deserving of wider recognition in the 2002 Hamlet British Jazz awards. He has worked with many eminent musicians including Kenny Wheeler, Jason Rebello, Cleo Laine and Andy Shepherd.
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Whether fronting his own jazz improvisation band or playing with other artists, there is no mistaking the distinctive sax playing of Martin Speake. 'Speake is an understatedly imaginative original' - John Fordham, The Guardian.
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Chris Batchelor is an innovative and creative trumpet player and composer based in London, who is featured as a sensitive and versatile soloist in many highly regarded groups on the UK and European jazz scenes. He has played alongside international stars such as Michael Brecker, John Taylor, Sam Rivers, Hermeto Pascoal, Tim Berne and Uri Caine. In November 2009 he was selected to receive the prestigious Paul Hamlyn Award for Composers. He is a prominent member of the reformed Loose Tubes and leads the band Pigfoot which is dedicated to deconstructing popular repertoire, from New Orleans to opera and Elvis.
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Leading modern jazz guitarist.
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Former Loose Tubes tuba player who has played with contemporary jazzers such as Dave O'Higgins and Trevor Mires.
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Modern jazz pianist.
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