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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Alexander Stewart @ The Hideaway.

Alexander Stewart makes his debut at this exciting new jazz haunt south of the river (Thames) - The Hideaway.
Sunday 12 September, 9pm at Hideaway: 2 Empire Mews Stanthorpe Road Streatham London SW16 2ED, just behind Streatham High Road and only 1 minute from Streatham main line station. More information and directions here: http://www.hideawaylive.co.uk/node
Alexander has sung live on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival – alongside Buddy Greco and Curtis Stigers, - and opened a new late-night jazz series at the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room.
At Hideaway, Stewart will perform with his pianist and musical director Alex Webb, acclaimed bassist Gary Crosby - recently made an OBE for services to jazz in the UK - and Andy Chapman on drums plus special guest Nathaniel Facey on alto sax.
Hear Alexander Stewart on: www.myspace.com/alexanderstewartmusic
See Alexander Stewart on: www.youtube.com/webby1961tube.
Okay so it's London? I like the guy's style!
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