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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

2019 APPJAG Nominations


Last year, Bebop Spoken Here won the APPJAG* Jazz Media Award and, although not nominated this year, we're pleased to announce that the northeast is once again represented with Zoë Gilby (photo courtesy of Ken Drew) being nominated in the Jazz Vocalist of the Year category - we wish her well.

All nominations:
Jazz Vocalist of the Year
Claire Martin
Georgia Mancio
Cherise Adams-Burnett
Zoë Gilby


Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year
Brian Kellock
Nikki Iles
Jason Rebello
Josephine Davies

Jazz Album of the Year
Sons Of Kemet  – “Your Queen Is A Reptile”
Adrian Cox – “Profoundly Blue”
Fergus McCreadie – “Turas”
Jean Toussaint – “Brother Raymond”

Jazz Ensemble of the Year
Ezra Collective
London Vocal Project
Gareth Lockrane Big Band

Jazz Newcomer of the Year
Xhosa Cole
Fergus McCreadie
Luca Manning

Jazz Venue of the Year
Marsden Jazz Festival
Bebop Club, Bristol
Watermill Jazz Club, Dorking
Verdict Jazz Club, Brighton

Jazz Media Award
Jazzwise Magazine
Kevin Le Gendre
Ian Mann – Jazzmann

Jazz Education Award
Pete Churchill
Jamil Sheriff
Nikki Iles

Services to Jazz Award
Henry Lowther
John Fordham
Dame Cleo Laine
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Lance
*All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group

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