The Lindsay Hannon Plus are touring as part
of Rural Arts ON Tour, don't miss out on
seeing one of Jazz North's Northern Line bands
in a venue near you!
This engaging band moves from raucous
barrelhouse blues to thoughtful, spacious
ballads across a variety of grooves, creating an
Bebop Spoken There
Elizabeth Bougerol, co-founder Hot Sardines: “We’ve never had a band member who objected to looking sharp.” – (Jazz Journal October 2015).
Don Ellis: “The new group is a nine piece octet - I always like to give the people more than they pay for” – (Crescendo June 1975).
Today Tuesday October 13
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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PS: Alyn Shipton's Buck Clayton Legacy Band play Sage Gateshead on October 30.
Monday, October 12, 2015
Sunday, October 11, 2015
PS: The Chris Ingham Quartet track on Hoagy's My Resistance is Low has Russ Morgan on drums! Russ of course is now a stalwart of the north-east jazz scene.
(Review by Lance).
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Mr Tom Parker, Mr Mike Brown, myself the musicians and staff would like to send their condolences to the family.
Friday, October 09, 2015
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- The Greek God of Vasilis
- CD Review: Colin Towns’ Mask Orchestra – Drama
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- A Radio Riddle
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- Taupe + Dead Hedge Trio @ The Head of Steam. Octob...
- The Early Bird Band @ The Jazz Café. October 9
- '100% Proof: The Complete Tubby Hayes Discography'...
- PG3 @ The Globe Jazz Bar - Oct. 10
- This Wednesday @ The Cherry Tree - not to be misse...
- Sad News From Hong Kong
- CD Review: Lisa Bassenge - Canyon Songs
- Pilgrim Street Set @ Hoochie Coochie - Oct. 8
- Tonight @ Hoochie (Oct.8)
- Jazz at the Pizza Express (Newcastle)
- The Big Score - Jazz on the screen
- Henry’s Swing Club @ The Branding Villa, South Gos...
- RIP Dave Pike
- RIP Coleridge Goode
- CD Review: Josh Shpak Band - Astatic
- Strictly Come Dancing Choreographer in World Recor...
- Customs House Big Band News
- Preview: Indigo Voices @ The Globe, This Coming Th...
- CD Review: Candice Hoyes - On a Turquoise Cloud
- Toby Delius Trio @ the Bridge – Oct. 4
- Smoove & Turrell @ North East Calling Fanzone. Oct...
- Interview with Julian Argüelles
- Jazz Co-op @ The Globe: Jazz Latin Groove: October...
- CD Review: Frank Kohl Quartet - Invisible Man
- CD Review: Kansas Smitty's House Band - Kansas Smi...
- Sage Gateshead Music Students 10 England Rugby Boy...
- Swing Manouche @ The Jazz Café. October 2
- Anna Reay & Deon Krishnan @ The Vermont Hotel. Oct...
- Folk Meets Jazz @ The Globe: October 1
- Today! Scrum Down with Dr Edis and Dexter’s Gay Go...
- Who shall I book to play at my wedding ?(Hypotheti...
- Happy Birthday to George Wein
- Why I'll miss these weekend gigs in 'The Toon' - H...
- 24/7 Jazz Radio
- Buck Clayton’s legacy lives on at Sage Gateshead
- The Simon Spillett Quartet play the music of TUBBY...
- CD Review: QCBA - Beauty in Quiet Places.
- Vieux Carré remove Millstone and march on to Victo...
- JG Windows (& others!) Last Shop Standing
- Robert Cray returns to Sage Gateshead
- Side by Side by Sondheim - Bury Theatre and Player...
- CD Review: The Kora Band – New Cities
- CD Review: Oscar Perez - Prepare a Place For Me
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Not a very original title, I know; not even an accurate one as my taste, whilst centred around the music of Bird and Diz, extends in many directions and I listen to everything from King Oliver to Chick Corea and beyond. Not forgetting the Great American Songbook the contents of which has provided the inspiration for much great jazz and quality popular singing for round about a century.
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