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Our next gig at The Bronx Bar is……
POSTSPONED: Andy Panayi (London based star saxophonist with Coach York trio)
We are very excited to welcome a true giant of the UK jazz scene, Andy Panayi.
If you have seen or heard him before this will be an easy decision, as this truly is one not to miss.
Andy plays all the saxophones and flutes and is an exceptionally versatile and gifted jazz musician. He has won a string of awards. At the Bronx bar, he will be featured in a quartet setting, playing a mix of his compositions, jazz originals and standards with a program sure to delight any jazz fan. He is known for his Gerry Mulligan tribute and other solo projects, but also plays in classical and pop settings.
In case you need any more convincing: Andy has performed and recorded with many stellar singers such as; Shirley Bassey, Jessye Norman, Paul McCartney, Seth MacFarlane, Elaine Paige, Salena Jones, Elvis Costello, Georgie Fame, Peter Skellen, Zoot Money, Irene Reed, Elaine Delmar, Helen Shapiro, Madeline Bell & Patty Austin – to name a few.
He’s also worked alongside or supported Abdulla Ibrahim (Dollar Brand), Freddie Hubbard, Phil Woods, Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Centre Jazz Orchestra, Joe Lovano, Roy Hargrove, Louie Bellson Octet & Big Band, Ed Thigpen, Jiggs Whigham, Billy Cobham, Indo-Jazz Fusions run by Johnny Mayer, Vale of Glamorgan Contemporary Music Festival, RPO, BBC Concert Orchestra, LSSO, The Moscow City Ballet, Ronnie Scott & his Side-men, Scott Hamilton, Ken Peplowski, Pepper Adams, Kenny Baker, Ted Heath/ Don Lusher Big Band, BBC Radio Big Band, Bert Kaemphert Orchestra, Stan Tracey Big Band -Septet – Octet, John Dankworth & Cleo Laine, The John & Alec Dankworth Generation Big Band, Humphrey Lyttelton and many more.
Andy works as a consultant/composer/arranger for the ABRSM & Trinity College London specialising in developing the Jazz & Classical syllabuses for future examinations. He is a professor at The Royal College of Music and The Royal Academy of Music in London and the Birmingham Conservatoire.
Andy has received The Marty Paich Arranging Award, The John Dankworth Soloist Award, The Worshipful Company of Musicians Jazz Medal and the British Jazz Awards for his Jazz Flute performances.
He is joined for this date by a Devon-based trio consisting of club favourites Coach York, Kevin Sanders and Tom Ball.
The Bronx Bar, Regent St, Teignmouth, TQ14 85J
Non Members £12, Members £9
Students with ID and U18s £5
Under14s admitted free if accompanied by an adult.
Doors open at 7:30pm – Gigs commence at 8:00pm
Tickets available on the door and in advance from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/teignmouthjazzandblues
For further details contact Ian Roberts [email protected]
Mob 07863360390 or visit www.teignmouthjazz.org Twitter @teignmouthjazz
2020 – Booked so far:
ALL GIGS POSTSPONED:
Andy Panayi (London based star saxophonist with Coach York trio)
Gabrielle Ducomble jazz chanteuse and her band. http://gabrielleducomble.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Jazzwise-November-2018-review-Across-the-Bridge-1.jpg.
Esther Bennett and Hannah Horton with Craig Milverton’s trio
BD Lenz trio, Blues/rock American touring band
Sam Jesson trio (young touring band, London based, drummer-led trio with George Crowley on saxophone and Tom Farmer on bass)
A Few of our Past Gig Nights
Friday 28th February 8pm
The fabulous Odette Adams
Adams https://www.musicbyodette.co.uk/about with her band
Thursday 6th February at The Bronx Bar
Dan’s Brother Blues Band.
A 4 piece blues band, featuring blistering guitar and organ, with a backbone of bass guitar and drums
Rupes McD – Guitar and Vocals
Rob Maxwell – Keyboards and Vocals
Dan Cosgrove- Bass Guitar
Garry Kroll – Drum kit
Thursday 23rd January at The Bronx Bar: Terry Quinney / Neil Burns Organ Trio
Weds 4th December – 8pm Annika Skoogh with Liminal
Wednesday November 13th –Talinka Quartet
Blues – Saturday 21st September – Kyla Brox
This was the first in a series of joint ventures between Pavilions Teignmouth and Teignmouth Jazz and Blues, initially featuring female artists. Playing to a nearly sold out auditorium, the band started to play a lovely slowish riff as the radiant figure of Kyla Brox approached the mic to start what turned out be a marvelous evening of wonderful music. This first number immediately displayed the beauty and power of her voice with several people commenting during the break how emotional they had felt from the beginning. She showed an incredible range in her voice and at least on two occasions seemed to hold a perfect note for what seemed like minutes! Much of the music was original compositions, a lot from their latest recording called Pain and Glory, though they did end the first set with their wonderful take on one of Kyla’s idols, Etta James and her version of “I’d rather go blind”Many commented on the excellent musical standard of the band who were in particularly good form though I was told that Paul Farr on lead Guitar was suffering from a nasty cold. The drummer, Mark Warburton however, whose playing throughout was fantastic, accused him of feigning a touch of man flu’! This only underlined how well the band seemed to gell and get on. They were certainly a tight outfit that night.
Kyla indeed was very generous in her praise of her fellow musicians who included her husband, Danny Blomeley on bass who in turn impressed the audience with a couple of fine solos.
Paul Farr on lead was outstanding, showing a versatility and range which was quite magnificent. The skill of the local sound man, Dominic Jeffries, deserves a special mention as the sound quality was spot on all night.
Finally they left possibly the best to last with their rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” which brought most of the audience to their feet to salute the mastery of this fine band. A very good evening was had by all.
Review by Adrien Raud
This first gig shows great promise for our gig series. Watch out for:-
soul/ fusion singer/ composer Odette Adams https://www.musicbyodette.co.uk/about with her band on 28th February.
Belgium London based Gabrielle Ducomble jazz chanteuse and her band on 17th April. http://gabrielleducomble.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Jazzwise-November-2018-review-Across-the-Bridge-1.jpg.
Jazz – Wednesday 14th August – Matt Carter Septet feat. Alexandra Ridout
Jazz – Wednesday 24th July – Bonsai
Blues – Thursday 27th June – Kent DuChaine
Thanks to Kent DuChaine for a fabulous evening of Bluesy stories and music!
Jazz – Wednesday 1st May – Dave Storey Trio
Check out this fantastic performance from the gig
Dave Storey Trio
Papa Gator and the Levee Breakers – 14th March 2019
Duncan Eagles Quartet – 27th February 2019
An outstanding performance from one of the most exciting musicians on the scene for some years.
Sur Ecoute – 15th February 2018
An incredible gig by this exciting band from France.
Thanks to Barry Witherden of ‘All About Jazz’ for reviewing the gig – click here to read the review
Roger Beaujolais & the Neil Burns Trio – 4th October 2017
A lovely mix of standards and original material enjoyed by all who were there. Super soloist with a top rate rhythm section. Here are a few photographs…….
Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Ensemble ‘The Spirit of Trane’ – 14 September
Thank You to everyone who came to see Gilad, we had a packed house and what an amazing evening. Thank You also to Gilad and the OHE who blew us away with their tribute to John Coltrane ‘The Spirit of Trane’. This really was a treat for Teignmouth Jazz & Blues Club.
We hope Gilad will be back for our 2018 festival. Below are a few photographs from the gig………..
Are you a Jazz or Blues Artist? Would you like to perform at one of our Gig Night?
Is you’re interested, please contact us
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