Welcome to my latest online newsletter.
October usually sees things quieten down after a hectic summer programme. This year however, has produced a number of exciting new gigs. This month’s photo was taken at our most successful recent performance at The Burrell Theatre Truro School. Playing a selection of our new original material, many for the very first time, we were thrilled with the reaction of those present. Following this we have now recorded a number of these pieces at Cube Studios and they should be available to download in the coming months.
The second Jazz Jam at The Old Bakery Studios Truro was very well supported as the number of listeners and guest musicians continue to grow. The next such event is 2nd December at 3pm, so if you would like to come and join in with us, make a date in your diary. My solo performance at Truro Methodist Church’s Wednesday Prom also produced a good crowd and it was so nice to see so many old friends in the audience.
Later in the year I shall be making my first appearance in other venues across the South West. On Thursday 7th Nov I will be part of the house band at Bridge Jazz Club Exeter. Once again performing with saxophonist Pete Canter , we will play some original music in the first set and then invite people up to jam with us in the second half. It should be a great opportunity to meet and play with other Exeter based musicians and am looking forward to it immensely. There are likely to be further bookings with Pete in and around the Exeter area in 2019 so watch this space!
I am delighted to have also now secured a Christmas season of duo gigs at The Eden Project St Austell. These will run on certain early evenings throughout December. Our Sunday lunch jazz sessions at The Headland Hotel continue, whilst my residency at The Budock Vean means regular solo slots on both Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
Further details of all these and any further last minute updated gigs are as usual, posted on the Bookings page .
That is about all the news for now.
I hope to see you at a future gig.
Thanks for your support … as ever.