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Sonny Rollins: "It's too frustrating to listen to music when I can't participate fully as I once did in my life ." - (Jazzwise Dec 2020/Jan 2021)

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Monday November 23

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RON AINSBOROUGH & JORDAN ALFONSO.

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12,116 (and counting) posts since we started blogging 12 years ago. 1256 of them this year alone and, so far, 98 this month (Nov. 22).

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Here Come The Girls

The Divas are on the march! This afternoon Lindsay Hannon will be slaying 'em at the Jazz Café on Pink Lane, Newcastle - maybe Gaby, too, will be around to pick up the pieces.
Across town at the Bridge Hotel the Zoe Gilby Quintet will touchdown at 8:00pm as part of her nationwide Looking Glass tour.
On Monday night the Cherry Tree Restaurant, 9 Osborne Rd., Jesmond, welcomes a return visit by Sarah Ellen Hughes. Next month Sarah takes part in The Vocal Summit during the London Jazz Festival but on Monday she's at Jesmond.
Tuesday night, not quite jazz, but Ruthie Henshall, strutting her stuff at The Sage, Gateshead, in a Tribute to the Hollywood Musicals, should get the red corpuscles moving.
Wednesday night at the same venue Diana Tarto adds the vocal touch to Kenny Wheeler's 80th Birthday Big Band Bash whilst on Thursday afternoon, at Rosie's, Olive Rudd shimmies like her sister Kate and in the evening, at the Corner House, Heaton, God and the builders willing, Mia Webb sings whilst the Ray Chester Big Band swing Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.
Friday afternoon I could go over to the Porthole and dig Maureen Hall and Rendezvous Jazz but, by then, I may be all 'Diva'd out'.
Lance.

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