Paul’s main influences are Oscar Peterson, Gene Harris, Bill Evans and Teddy Wilson. He is very pleased to feature Pete Maxfield on bass and Lee Miller on drums.
Andy’s lively trumpet and flugelhorn playing evokes the warmth and exuberance of Mardi Gras New Orleans; the heat of Chicago club land and the excitement of small-band New York swing.
His performances are punctuated with song and off-beat observations, and his typically wry presentation results in a programme that is entertaining and draws from the finest traditions in jazz.
Paul has been playing with Andy in various line-ups for over twenty years and they have a deep musical understanding which is apparent in the way they interact musically.
Music Venue, Restaurant and Accomodation
Set in a beautiful old schoolhouse in Eastleigh and neighbouring the Lakeside Country Park, The Concorde is a vibrant dining, dancing and entertainment venue with versatile indoor and outdoor event space and inviting accommodation.
Easily accessible, yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Southampton city centre, this unique, award-winning and family-run venue offers a warm welcome, an eclectic mix of styles and an electric atmosphere.
The Concorde Club was launched in 1957 in Southampton by jazz aficionado Cole Mathieson, and is the oldest jazz club under the same management in the United Kingdom and possibly the world.
Originally established as a members club, nowadays we welcome non members too!
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.