Black Cat Jazz Club @ The Taphouse on the River – Saturday 13th April

Black Cat Jazz Club @ The Taphouse on the River – Saturday 13th April

£12.50

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In partnership with Black Cat Jazz Club, come to the brewery and enjoy an evening with

The Fleur Stevenson Jazz Trio

Date: Saturday 13th April 2024

Times: Food and Drink available from 6pm, and Music from 8pm

Tickets: £12.50 per ticket *

Food available onsite – Pre order emails will be sent out w/c 1st April

*physical tickets will not be sent out

Fleur Stevenson – Vocals

A familiar face on the London jazz scene, Fleur Stevenson is gifted with a honeyed tone, an offbeat sense of humour and a naturally charismatic stage presence. Fleur’s phrasing, use of space and improvisational ability nod to obvious influences from the greats such as Shirley Horn and Anita O’Day but Fleur is carving a niche all of her own with her surprising yet stylish interpretations of jazz standards and her tender, heartfelt delivery of romantic ballads. A treat for fans of first class, straight ahead vocal jazz delivered by one of the UK’s fastest rising stars.

Jez Cook – Guitar

Jez Cook is the guitarist’s guitarist and an exceptional player. Jez has been active on the British jazz scene since the 1980s and is an accomplished guitarist on acoustic and electric instruments. Initially drawn to the sounds of rock he became interested in jazz and began listening to guitarists of all eras including Django Reinhardt, Wes Montgomery, John Scofield and Pat Metheny. A long association with Ian Cruickshank led to performances at the Django festival in France and with leading hot club players. Since then he has appeared with Jacqui Dankworth, Alan Barnes, John Etheridge, Chris Garrick, Gary Potter, Julian Stringle, Diz Disley, Angelo Debarre and East European group Dunajska Kapelye. He has been a member of violinist Ben Holder’s various groups for well over a decade.

Pete Maxfield – Bass

Pete Maxfield became a professional double-bass player in 1976. His first album Sphere went to No.1 in the Melody Maker jazz charts in 1981, the same time as winning Young Jazz Musician of the Year. Pete has had three award-winning albums for Island Records, with countless appearances at major festivals (North Sea, Toronto, Houston, Saalfelden, Moers, Voss) and venues (‘New Morning’: Paris; The Royal Festival Hall (main stage), Roundhouse, Astoria, Town & Country, Hammersmith Odeon: London; Bimhuis: Amsterdam), on international T.V. and Radio, in Theatres, Clubs, Pubs and even Outer Mongolia! (Ulan Bator and Erdenet for the British Council in 1989)… he sure is one experienced bassist!

 

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