The Sound of Blue Note – BRUNCH – SOLD OUT
The Sound of Blue Note – BRUNCH
The Sound of Blue Note
Sound Of Blue Note features some of the most prominent jazz musicians in the Southwest UK recreating songs and arrangements that define the Blue Note Records sound of the 1950s and 60s.
The band features trumpeter Andy Urquhart who has over a long career has worked with many top names in British jazz – recently with Tina May, Ian Shaw, Alan Barnes, Gilad Atzmon and Jim Mullen; saxophonist Terry Quinney, from Toronto, where he worked with Randy Brecker, Kurt Elling, Don Thompson and the Toronto Jazz Orchestra; Guy Gardner leads his own trio and has had a long and successful collaboration with the blues-influenced jazz vocalist Sue Hawker; Peter Maxfield with Andy Sheppard’s groups from 1987-1991, playing all over the U.K. and Europe, Scandinavia, North America and even Outer Mongolia as well as making three award-winning albums for Island Records; and finally, Tony Mann has worked with many musicians including Tubby Hayes, Humph Lyttelton, Kathy Stobart and Tony Lee, touring with Barney Kessel, and working with Art Farmer, Tal Farlow and others.
Please note: Ticket includes breakfast and beverage. Doors open 9.30am for 10am start.
“A smooth classy outfit evoking the best of the iconic Blue Note Records sound”
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“There is a bunch of talented guys in the south, who are revelling in their faithful reproduction of some of the more rare 50’s & 60’s recordings. They sound great, they play great, and damn it they look great too. Don’t miss any opportunity to see and indeed hear The Sound Of Blue Note” – Nigel Price
“The Sound Of Blue Note takes its lead from the greatest jazz recordings on the iconic jazz label. Slick ensemble passages alternate with inspired solos to bring this exceptional material very much to life! This may be a celebration of a golden musical age but in a modern and very relevant context.” – Alan Barnes
“I’m always pleased to get a call to play with the Sound of Blue Note. The guys play with energy & commitment & the audiences always seem to love the music!'”– Mark Nightingale