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The Jack Mac Jazz Quintet is a Cardiff-based Jazz ensemble which performs regularly in venues in and around the capital.
Its line-up includes Jack McDougal on Tenor Saxophone, Tom Voyce on Trumpet, Michael Blanchfield on Piano, Matheus Prado on Double Bass and Alex Goodyear on Drums.
Always well-received at the highly successful Friday evening Amser Jazz Time at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, the group's repertoire covers the catalogue of jazz standards, with inspiration from many great jazz musicians, including Sonny Rollins, Coleman Hawkins, Louis Armstrong, Wayne Shorter and Charlie Parker.
The ensemble can act either as a stationary or mobile group to suit the event required.
Jazz. Blues and Food
Almost 21 years have now passed since The Sandringham Hotel became the mecca for live jazz performances in Cardiff.
On Wednesday 29th November 1995 the FOUR BARS INN at SANDYS was opened. Since that day, this welcoming city centre bar and restaurant, now trading as CAFÉ JAZZ, has played host to a multitude of fine musicians from across the globe.
Perceptive Welsh jazz & blues fans have welcomed and enjoyed stimulating performances by musicians from France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, The Czech Republic, Israel, and Cuba and, of course, the U.K.
Some of the consummate British musicians that have graced our stage include Peter King, Stan Tracey, Clarke Tracy, Stan Sulzmann, Dave Cliff, John Horler, Martin Speake Keith Tippett, Henry Lowther, Julian Seigal, Jeff Clyne, Nick Weldon, Marc Lockheart, Seb Rochford, Andy Panayi, Esmond Selwyn, John Critcheson, Alec Dankworth, John Parracelli, Tom Cawley, Jamie Cullam, Geoff Eales, Steve Waterman, Hamilton Loomis and so many more great musicians.
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.