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Monday, June 01, 2015

Brian Molley Quartet.Dates

The Brian Molley Quartet announce several tour dates for summer 2015, with 3 UK dates in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle before heading out to perform in the USA at Rochester International Jazz Festival for the prestigious Made in the UK Series, alongside 2 club dates in New York City. The band return to the UK in August with 2 performances at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. 

11th June - 9 pm The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh
*13th June - 8 pm Jazz Co-Op @ The Globe, Newcastle.*
21st June - 6.30/8.30 pm Rochester International Jazz Festival, Rochester, NY, USA
24th June - 6.30 pm Silvana, Harlem, New York City, NY, USA
28th June - 10.30 pm WhyNot Jazz Room, Greenwich Village, New York City, NY, USA
20th August - 10 pm Edinburgh Fringe, The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh
21st August - 10 pm Edinburgh Fringe, The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh
Brian Molley Quartet were formed in 2012 by the Glasgow-based saxophonist and clarinettist. Featuring the finest in UK jazz talent with Tom Gibbs/piano, Mario Caribé/bass and cavaquinho and Stuart Brown/drums and percussion the group draws on extensive musical experience, all four members being highly sought after musicians on the UK scene.

www.brianmolley.co.uk - info@brianmolley.co.uk.
I reviewed the quartet's CD - The Clock - back in 2013 and raved over it. I'm sure I'll do the same at The Globe on June 13.
There are three choices - Edinburgh, Newcastle or New York - tough call.
However, whichever one you choose, you won't regret it!
Lance.

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