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Friday, November 22, 2013

Jazz Café News

The news that the refurbished Jazz Café will open on Dec.7 is indeed good news although, of course, it will be nothing like the old and much loved one that sank with the death of Keith Crombie - no place ever could.
However, let's not wallow in sentimentality for what has gone but welcome this new venture and wish it every success.
The following program has been arranged with updates to be announced as they transpire.
Sat 7 Dec  8.15pm: Alan Law solo piano. 10.15pm: Slowlight Quartet
Fri 13 Dec 10.00pm Paul Edis Trio. 
Sat14 Dec 10pm Paul Gowland Allstars
Fri 20 Dec.10pm Mo Scott Quartet (Rob Walker / Neil Harland/ Stu Collingwood)
Sat 21 Dec 10pm Don Forbes Quartet
Fri 27 Dec 10pm Pink Lane Co-op. 
Sat 28 Dec 10pm T/B/C
Tues 31 Dec NYE Pink Lane Co-op
Fri 3 Jan 10pm Mark Toomey Quartet
Sat 4 Jan 10pm Zoe Gilby Trio.
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Meanwhile, the quest for funding goes on for Abi Lewis' documentary; The Jazzman. Dedicated to the late Keith Crombie, ex Grupenführer of the original Jazz Café, this is a jazz documentary that has to be brought to fruition. A portrait of a man - a true individual - who didn't suffer fools (gladly or otherwise), who tilted at windmills whether they be jazz ones or local government ones and was never afraid to pass judgement. Support this appeal - the  goal is within sight but a few more pledges are needed so please, if you love jazz or ever visited the original "Caff", dig down and contribute via the Kickstarter campaign.
Lance.

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