Tonight’s featured artist is Joe Townsend. My very good friend and and colleague at Trinity-Laban, Joe Townsend is probably the most versatile musician I know. A jazz violinist, composer, collaborator and “world Musician” in the proper sense (i.e. a genuine expert as opposed to the dabbler), Joe in at as home in Bluegrass as Bebop, HotContinue reading “Join the bankers, start fiddling – with Joe Townsend @ Oliver’s tonight”
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Women took the Bastille – now get into Greenwich and to Oliver’s
Tonight’s featured artist is Mark Lockheart. Mark Lockheart is not only a very old friend and co-consiprator in a number of musical settings dating back to 1979, but clearly one of the most distinctive and creative musicians on the current British music scene. As a saxophonist and composer, his work often defies categorisation andContinue reading “Women took the Bastille – now get into Greenwich and to Oliver’s”
“Not the Olympics” @ Oliver’s – Second Night of Sixteen!
“Not the Olympics” Special Season at Oliver’s… now up and running Saturday July 28th is Day 2 of the 2 weeks of gigs at “Not the Olympics” at Oliver’s. A second gig tonight with my own band with Julian Siegel, Chris Batchelor, Gene Calderazzo and Amy Baldwin. The mini-season, coinciding with the London Olympics (am IContinue reading ““Not the Olympics” @ Oliver’s – Second Night of Sixteen!”