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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Ashington Jazz Club Preview

Katherine Stone’s a versatile singer capable of covering several genres. She has appeared at AJC several times and, on this occasion, much of her material will be drawn from the Great American Songbook. As well as teaching music at a local high school, Katherine has just returned from a successful stint with the resident trio on the cruise ship MS Amsterdam. 
The concert starts at 8 pm on Wednesday May 7 - £5 on the door.    
The Elephant Public House on Newbiggin Rd, which is where the jazz club started some 33 years ago, plays host to the club on the first Wednesday of every month . All styles of jazz have been featured over the years ranging from New Orleans to West Coast and beyond. Organizer John Taylor is currently putting together the  clubs autumn programme. He hopes to book a mix of artists including a seventeen piece big band. 
For more details ring 01670 813 983 or visit the clubs website.

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