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Since leaving Art Blakey in 1986, Jean has been resident in London, recording two acclaimed CDs "What Goes Around" and "Life I Want" and playing with such great names as Julian Joseph, Andy Hamilton and Jason Rebello.Tonight we turn the Boxford spotlight on Steve, an integral part of the Alan Skidmore and Peter King groups, whose memorable first album as a leader "Trio Duo Solo" is released on Ronnie Scott's Jazz House label.If the music of Coltrane, Parker and Davis is for you, then catch former Jazz Warrior Gary on double bass, Neil Yates (trumpet), Denys Baptiste (tenor) Tony Kofi (alto) Robert Fordjour (drums) and Ahmed Ben-Imhotep (piano) with their clear, true sound reminiscent of a golden era but with a definitive 1990's edge.
The most versatile of players, guitarist John Etheridge has been associated with such violinists as Grappelli, Menuhin, Ric Sanders and Nigel Kennedy - here he links with another in the fast rising Chris Garrick.
The trio is completed by Malcolm Creese, the busiest double bass player on the circuit - and one of the very best!
We're delighted to present a second appearance by this stylish singer who caught our attention with her expressive interpretation of the standard repertoire and her CD's "You Can See Forever" and "The Nearness Of You".
With Lee this evening are drummer/arranger Gerry Boyce, pianist John Pearce and Paul Morgan on double bass.
The American tenor and soprano star and former Jazz Messenger makes a long overdue return to Suffolk with a band that includes Dave Green on double bass and pianist Steve Hamilton.