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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tribute to Gerry Mulligan - in Kent!

Memo to JNE. The Baritone Band sounds rather intriguing - if they ever hit the road, Chris, they may well be worthy of a Corner House gig. I'll nip down to the RAFA Club and check them out if you'll pay my expenses. 16 Oct 2009 - The Baritone Band-Tribute to Gerry Mulligan RAFA Club, Building No. 4, Dock Road, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TX Admission £10. 8.30pm start .
The Baritone band featuring Derek Nash, Alan Barnes and Andy Panayi in a tribute to Gerry Mulligan.
Plus Simon Woolf on bass, the outstanding Ralph Salmins (drums) and as a special treat the best trombonist in Europe Mark Nightingale.
Thanks to our Kentish Man, Willie the Lion Smith, for this info.
Lance.

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