Thursday, 5 July 2012
Coming to the Aberjazz Festival this year we have the Jeremy Sasoon 11 piece band who are coming here straight from Ronnie Scott's to perform to the good people of Fishguard and anyone else who just happens to be in the area. The ticket price is £15 but watch out for deals because I have it on good authority that you will be able to buy a Phoenix Centre Stroller that will cover all events in the Pheonix centre over the festival weekend.
Posted by Aberjazz at 01:06
Thursday, 14 June 2012
Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Take a look at the Aberjazz website - Lots of exciting new acts this year including a pre-festival event on 30th June with Little Rumba. Follow this link to a nice you tube thing for Quiver http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0JqKZjBXNE
This year's festival will be the best ever
Posted by Aberjazz at 16:06
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Saturday, 12 May 2012
Zoë Gilby is a jazz vocalist that has been making a real impression on the jazz scene today. A constantly expanding repertoire that starts with her superb interpretations of “The Great American Songbook” but also encompasses a wide range of more contemporary and original material. Influences include Carmen McRae, Nancy Wilson, Sheila Jordan and Roberta Gambarini to name but a few. Zoë is well deserving of the respect that she has been receiving from many leading jazz instrumentalists and publications. She has performed with some of the UK top jazz musicians, including Louis Stewart, Jim Mullen Organ Trio and Tony Faulkner. She was recently awarded funding from The Jazz Services Touring Support Scheme which lead to a nine date UK tour.
Posted by Aberjazz at 06:38
Monday, 7 May 2012
Aberjazz: We are busy updating the Aberjazz website with det...: We are busy updating the Aberjazz website with details of this year's festival. Follow the links on the "about the "about the artists" page...
Posted by Aberjazz at 06:44
Aberjazz: Little Rumba are playing in a pre-festival event o...: Little Rumba are playing in a pre-festival event on 30th June - the venue is to be decided to bookmark the Aberjazz website for details. If ...
Posted by Aberjazz at 06:43