Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tuesday, 6 July, 2010

8.30 - 11.00pm
£5 on the door

Trumpeter Henry Lowther has had a varied career since the 60’s working with both the Gil Evans and George Russell Orchestras, John Dankworth, Peter King, Kenny Wheeler, Loose Tubes and John Surman on the jazz scene, to Manfred Mann, John Mayall and Keef Hartley at the legendary Woodstock Festival. On the classical side, Henry is an accomplished composer, as well as being a featured member of the London Brass Virtuosi. Stan Sulzmann has long been at the forefront of European contemporary jazz, his talents having been sought by a host of discerning musicians including Gil Evans, Mike Gibbs, Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland and Michael Brecker. Glasgow born Jim Mullen is possibly best known for his long association with the legendary sax player Dick Morrisey. Their popular group Morrisey Mullen was at the forefront of the jazz-funk movement in the UK, producing seven albums. A dynamic and forceful player, his deep affinity with the blues gives his music a quality of earthy excitement.

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