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   JANUARY 2018
 
Liane Carroll

Vocalist Liane Carroll is a force of nature and a superb entertainer. A double BBC jazz-award winner, she has also won best female jazz Vocalist at the first Ronnie Scotts Jazz Awards, presented by Tony Bennett and Michael Parkinson, and has even headlined at Glastonbury Festival. "Swinging like Hell one minute, brutally expressive and heart-breakingly tender the next... Utterly brilliant" (Time Out).
www.lianecarroll.co.uk
Tickets £21/£16*

 
Jim Mullen Organ Trio

Jim's musical approach encompasses not only a thorough knowledge of jazz, but a wellspring of experience which nods towards blues, soul, funk, rock and traditional Scottish music. The trio breathes new life into diverse material as well as classic standards.
Tickets £18/£13*

 
Terry Pack’s ‘Trees’

Terry Pack’s Trees is an unfeasibly large ensemble of between 20 and 50 musicians based in Brighton. The band plays new music, written by its members, most of it by bassist Terry Pack and flautist, Hilary Burt. The band includes a mix of top professionals, busy pros and semi pros. It was Terry’s aim to be inclusive and to make a big sound, which is why the group includes so many players and singers. Composer Mike Gibbs is a fan. The band will be playing music from their first album, Heart of Oak, released in 2017.
www.treesensemble.org
Tickets £20/£15*

 
Mark Nightingale/Martin Shaw Quintet plays the ‘Brass-Player’s Songbook’

Ex-NYJO buddies Mark and Martin have consistently been first-call for countless larger ensembles over the years. This venture is a rare chance to hear them fronting a quintet alongside some of their favourite rhythm section players. The theme they have chosen is to celebrate the compositions of fellow trumpeters and trombonists (Dizzy Gillespie, Thad Jones, JJ Johnson et al) in a melodic evening of swinging jazz.
www.mark-nightingale.co.uk
Tickets £20/£15*