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Paul Booth's Fragile Eagle
Genre : Music - Jazz/latin
Steve Fishwick (trumpet) Trevor Mires (trombone) Paul Booth (tenor saxophone) Tom Cawley (piano) Oli Hayhurst (bass) Dave Ingamells (drums) Door/food 7.0 pm, music 8.30 Students £10 (see note below)
"Ubuntu Music is proud to announce its collaboration with sax titan Paul Booth (Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, The Eagles, Santana) on a new project series, 'the Secret Sessions', the first album of which will be released in February 2020." Paul explains: "In January 2019, after years of commercial touring, I decided to make more of an effort to record creatively, with this array of outstanding UK artists, each of whom arrived at the studio knowing only my planned instrumentation. The result is 'Fragile Eagle', a dynamic cocktail of spontaneous, exciting and highly rewarding new music, with which we are absolutely delighted." The Verdict gig will be this superb new sextet's first public performance.
LINKS; Medina Scuffle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEZb4jhzD4k
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General Admission : £16.50 - NOT AVAILABLE