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* St Ives Jazz Club: St Ives Jazz Club Gigs, April - June 2006
Posted Mar 29, 2006 - 01:36 PM
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Music Details of musicians appearing at St Ives Jazz Club between April & June follow (also added to gig list)...

ST IVES JAZZ CLUB at the WESTERN HOTEL Royal Square, St Ives
Doors open 8pm. Music 9pm-11.15pm

Tues 4 April

HARRY S FULCHER


WITH NICK CARTER (dm), MARCUS VERGETTE (db) and RALPH FREEMAN (pn)
Popular guest makes a return appearance - 'A sensual, lyrical saxophonist with great depth.'
6/4

Tues 11 April

DAVE O'HIGGINS (sx)


with DAN MOORE (pn), IAN TURNER (db) and MARK HAYWARD (dm)
'A world class player.' BBC Music Magazine.
'Dazzling post-bop tenorist with a magnificent range and a dramatic turn of phrase.' The Guardian.
Has worked with US3, Salif Keita, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Cleo Laine & John Dankworth and many others.
7/5

Tues 18 April

ALL STARS NIGHT


RFT & GUESTS - Our resident trio plus a variety of guests.
6/4

Tues 25 April

TOMMASO STARACE


With RALPH FREEMAN TRIO featuring Pete Kubryk Townsend
A fine alto player with a warm tone and fiery bebop-influenced jazz idiom.
'Signor Starace plays alto and soprano sax with impressive post-Parkerian felicity and Italian flair.' Evening Standard.
7/5

Tues 2 May

VIV RODD TRIO + TRURO COLLEGE DEGREE BAND & GUESTS


'Dazzling keyboard artistry ... an inspiration.' Jim Mullen.
Viv bringing us more surprises and amazing new talent from the up-and-comers.
6/4

Tues 9 May

MING HAT


ROD COOMBES (dm), CHRIS FRANCIS(sx), MARCUS VERGETTE (db), and RALPH FREEMAN (pn)
'... rough, ready, spirited stuff that takes no prisoners. Quirky, idiosyncratic compositions. To say that these guys have been round the block a few times would be an understatement ... basic passionate players, the likes of whom aren't that plentiful these days.' Tony Hall, Jazzwise
8/5 (advance tickets from the Club)

Tues 16 May

JULIAN JOSEPH


Solo Concert
'The most significant jazz musician this country has produced for many years, perhaps ever.' Peter Hepple, The Stage.
'Probably the most talented and exciting jazz pianist to have emerged from the UK.' The Guardian.
Acclaimed by critics and audiences the world over, Julian never fails to inspire with his mastery of the keyboard, the versatility of his musicianship, and the seemingly limitless scope of his creative imagination. As a solo performer he holds audiences rapt from the minute he sits down at the piano, undaunted by either the vastness or intimacy of the platform. As a pianist he is unsurpassed, as a composer he has brought new vitality to the music, and as a descendent of the jazz greats, he is not only fulfilling their legacy, but promises to become a seminal figure for the
twenty-first century.
8/5 (advance tickets from the Club)

Tues 23 May

VIV RODD TRIO with special guest JENNY DARREN


'Jenny Darren sings with a remarkable passion and with every fibre of her being, bending and moulding an eclectic range of material into something quite her own and quite unique.'
6/4

Tues 30 May

KILLER SHRIMP


DAMON BROWN (tp), ED JONES (sx), TROY MILLER (db) AND BEN HAZLETON (dm)
Music very much rooted in the jazz tradition but touching on different grooves and textures.
'Damon Brown plays with a warmth and fluidity that allows him to find considerable variations from the norm, therefore making his work worthy of attention. His thoughtful and attentive playing always demonstrates his ability to find greater emotional depths. A gifted composer.' Virgin Encyclopaedia of Jazz.
'Ed Jones may have hit his highest profile through his work with bands Us3 and Incognito, but he's an improviser to his fingertips, a player of forceful imagination and one of the UK's most distinctive saxophonists. Capable of an ethereal lyricism as well as thunderous hard bop.' John Fordham, The Guardian.
8/5 (advance tickets from the Club)

Tues 6 June

GILAD ATZMON


With RALPH FREEMAN TRIO featuring Pete Kubryk Townsend
'Atzmon is an astonishing musician with a seemingly effortless ability to demolish and rebuild any old tune he chooses to play.' Time Out.
'Atzmon sends his soprano sax and clarinet soaring over complex rhythms from all points of the globe with a poetry that never forfeits control.' Nina Caplan, Metro.
8/5 (advance tickets from the Club)

Tues 13 June

8th Anniversary, GALA NIGHT


with RALPH FREEMAN & VIV RODD Quartets, COOL SCHOOL, TJQ
Guests, surprises, late bar and buffet.
6/4

Tues 20 June

JIMMY CANNON AND THE LOOSE CANNONS


Ol' Red Eyes is back - this time with a few friends. Be prepared for a big band sound behind some great vocals.
7/5

Tues 27 June

ROGER BEAUJOLAIS


With RALPH FREEMAN TRIO
Brilliant vibraphonist who 'could frighten any vibes virtuoso on either side of the Atlantic.' The Guardian.
7/5

ST IVES JAZZ CLUB - KEEPING IT LIVE EVERY TUESDAY SINCE 1998

www.stivesjazzclub.com
For more info, call 01736 798061 or 796082.

Supported by Arts Council England and the Bristol Piano Company

 
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