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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Thursday 25th MAY 10.15pm (GMT) BUDDY RICH BIG BAND LIVESTREAM

MAY's live stream at Ronnie Scott's will be the tour de force that is the Buddy Rich Big Band on Thursday 25th May at 10.15pm (GMT). Featuring legendary drummer Dave Weckl, Buddy's daughter Cathy Rich and drummer Gregg Potter plus some of the original members of the Buddy Rich Big Band. This run of 12 shows is set to be an historic week at the club, so for those who couldn't get tickets, here is your chance to watch the show - live!
#rslive #freelivestream #buddyrich #jazzdrummerlegend.
NOTE: This show forms part of the Ronnie Scott's Big Band Series which also features Billy Cobham with the Guy Barker Big BandJohn Beasley MONK'estraCurtis Stigers performing 'Sinatra at the Sands' with Ronnie Scott's very own Ronnie Scott's Big Band, the legendary Mingus Big BandGeorgie Fame with the Guy Barker Big Band and just announced, Django  Bates with the Frankfurt Radio Big Band Saluting Sgt Pepper’.
Access to the broadcast is free - viewers will simply need to log onto Facebook Live or to the club’s website 
#facebooklive #youtubelive and directly from www.ronniescotts.co.uk 

2 comments :

Steve Andrews (on F/b) said...

The Buddy Rich Band without Buddy Rich is just another big band.

Lance said...

Well Steve, let's just have a listen to the live stream. Many of the big bands who pay tribute to the past do it very well...

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