Three wonderful shows for music lovers in London throughout June

Brought to you by JBGB Events – For music lovers looking for an entertaining night out that will set you on your way with a smile on your face. Always sell out concerts, these expect to be no less and tickets are now on sale.

The Tom Green Septet

Monday June 17th
@ PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)
10 Dean Street, London, W1D 3RW
8:30pm Tickets £15

Fresh from their widely acclaimed sell out concert at The Other Palace, in last years EFG London Jazz Festival, the outstanding Tom Green Septet make their debut, in this JBGB Events presentation, at Dean Street.

Tom Green, on trombone, leads his band of talented young musicians on trumpet, alto & tenor saxophones, piano, double bass and drums, playing original compositions and new arrangements, featuring intricate emotive ensemble playing together with towering individual improvisations.

This performance, confirming that the future of jazz is both alive and well in the hands of a new generation of top musicians, will both delight and reward music lovers of all generations.

Tom Green – Trombone/Compositions
James Davison – Trumpet/Flugelhorn
Tommy Andrews – Alto/Soprano Saxophones
Sam Miles – Tenor Saxophone
Sam James – Piano
Misha Mullov-Abbado – Double Bass
Scott Chapman – Drums

My Dad would have loved Tom Green’s performance of his Skylark. It’s the best I have ever experienced.” — Hoagy Carmichael Junior

The Blue Note Years

Tuesday June 18th
@ PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho)
10 Dean Street, London, W1D 3RW
Doors Open: 7pm – Music: 8.30pm
Tickets: £23

Dave O’Higgins inspired by the 3 tenors of Stanley Turrentine, Hank Mobley & Dexter Gordon.

Having been a popular figure on the jazz scene for over 30 years and with 19 albums as leader, there could not be anyone better on tenor saxophone than Dave O’Higgins to give voice to these great 3 Tenors.

Stanley Turrentine was renowned for his distinctive, thick tone and a style that showed his early grounding in the blues.

Hank Mobley, once described as “the middle weight champion of the tenor saxophone” had a different, but most distinctive laid back, subtle & melodic style.

Dexter Gordon had a large, spacious tone & frame, (he was over 6’6”) pioneering playing behind the beat & regularly inserting improvised musical quotes.

The Jazz of Dudley Moore

Thursday June 27th
Top Studio Jazz at The Other Palace Studio, 12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Performance 8pm
Tickets £30, £25, £20

One of five Swinging Thursday jazz concerts, from March to July 2019 at The Other Palace Studio, presented by & featuring the British jazz great pianist, arranger & band leader Chris Ingham.

Swing, humour and poignancy…a jazz joy” MOJO

A long-overdue reclamation of the beloved comic actor as an individual and undervalued British musician, with loving interpretations of Dudley’s witty and affecting 1960s jazz and soundtrack music. Rated “a vibrant and moving homage” by US jazz magazine Downbeat, the show features Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Geoff Gascoyne (bass) and George Double (drums).


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