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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Graham Hardy Trio @ Bishop Auckland Town Hall - Feb 16

Graham Hardy (trumpet & flugelhorn); Dean Stockdale (piano) & Mick Shoulder (double bass)
I had a rare free afternoon that followed a jazz festival organising week, so I decided to take the short trip from Darlington to Bishop Auckland to catch the regular monthly offering at the Town Hall. Three musicians that will be taking part in the Darlington Festival were on fine form for this recital. Graham contrasted his mellow trumpet and flugel with Harmon mute and his recent pre-gig addition of a £2 plunger from Wilko with free handle – he did offer the handle as a raffle prize. Dean and Mick were fantastic in support and quality came through from the trio in every number.
The program included: Ellington, Golson and Gershwin – My Romance, If I Should Lose You, Mood Indigo, In a Mellotone, Whisper Not, Long Ago and Far Away, Someone to Watch over Me and a Tom Harrell number April Mist to encore. There was an appreciative audience with good numbers in attendance. This was an enjoyable hour spent listening to quality musicians and I am looking forward to hearing them again at Darlington in May.
Shaune Eland     

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