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Friday, August 12, 2016

The Last of the Summer Jazz @ The Jazz Café

Tonight’s Jazz Café gig is the last one of the summer. And what a way to go out! The duo of Dean Stockdale and Noel Dennis first met at the Pink Lane venue, chose a few tunes to play and it worked. As they say: That’s jazz!
Pianist Stockdale and trumpet and flugelhorn maestro Dennis come from the same part of the world, yet it took a chance booking in Newcastle to bring about an instant partnership that promises to be a long term collaboration. The Teessiders share a love of classic jazz. GASbook, Miles’ legacy, they know the material inside out, and will improvise upon it as only the best can do. Expect Stockdale to entertain with stride patterns, Oscar’s dexterity and a listening ear, tuned to Dennis’ astounding solo excursions on trumpet or flugelhorn.
Top class jazz, nine o’clock start, free admission. And it comes with a 100% guarantee of satisfaction or your money back! Seriously, this is the real deal. Don’t miss it!
Russell.

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