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Jerry Forde's New Pheonix Jazz Band:
With guest singer Christine Adams. The group´s committed intentions are to base their musical performances on a range of early 20th century bands and jazz orchestras, including the works of the significant composers and arrangers of the time. More than a simple reproduction of these scores, they capture the energy and spirit of the time, and reflect this in their overall approach to the music. More information on the New Pheonix Jazz Band website
Janet Seidel Trio:
"Australia's First Lady of Jazz Singing" (Penguin guide to Jazz UK). Based in Sydney, Australia, vocalist / pianist Janet Seidel is a seasoned live performer and has 18 CDs to her name. Janet travels with her trio: excellent guitarist Chuck Morgan and David on double bass. Check out her website: http://www.janetseidel.com/
with Bill Marshall and his band.
Tenor sax man Nick Gould's quartet. More information on the Jazz Main website
Ken Mathieson's Classic Jazz Orchestra.
More information on the Classic Jazz Orchestra Website
Sue McHugh Quintet,
with Konrad Wiszniewski on tenor sax, Campbell Normand on piano, Andy Sharkey on bass and Ken Mathieson on drums.
Dick Lee’s Swingtet,
With Dick Lee on saxes, clarinets and recorders, Tom Davis on electric guitar, Marcus Ford on acoustic guitar and Owen MacDonald on double bass, expect a swinging night. Also featuring Alison Affleck on vocals. More information on the Dick Lee’s Swingtet website.
The Maid of the Forth Stompers,
featuring former WEJB members Andy Lauder and Jack Wilson! More information here.
One of the UK’s finest trumpeters, Colin wowed the club audience with his hauntingly melodic to effervescently energetic style - more information here
. Accompanied by the Sue McHugh Quartet: Sue McHugh (vocals), Jim Clelland (piano), Andy Sharkey (bass) & Ken Mathieson (drums)
Delta 8 with their leader:
clarinetist, guitarist, banjoist and all-round entertainer Bill Marshall.
Sue McHugh and friends
were joined by special guest: Scotland's leading tenor sax man, Konrad Wiszniewski.
This page last updated 2014-10-31 JGM.