Tagged Charlie Anderson

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Clare Teal Interview

Award winning vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal spoke to SJM editor Charlie Anderson about her upcoming performance at the Rye International Jazz Festival and running her own record label.   You’re performing at Rye Jazz Festival this year. Have you played there before?     “We played there a couple of years ago in…

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Dan Sheppard Interview

Double bassist Dan Sheppard spoke to SJM editor Charlie Anderson about his beginnings in jazz, The Jazz Agency and his plans for the future.   How did you get into jazz?     “It was my parents fault; they had a really good record collection. I got used to the sound of it when I was…

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Jazz News (Aug. 2018)

    The Pavilion Cafe Bar in Worthing has announced a new series of monthly jazz concerts beginning in October with artists that include Robert Fowler, Allison Neale, Colin Oxley, Winston Rollins, Jo Fooks and Jacqui Hicks.     Splash Point Jazz Festival in Eastbourne have announced that they will be supporting local children’s charity Chestnut Tree…

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Live Review: Brainchild Festival 2018

Brainchild Festival Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum, East Sussex Friday 13th – Sunday 15th July, 2018       For a festival with a limit of 2,000 people, one would expect it to be small and cliquey but it was the opposite: inclusive with no VIP areas, no commercial sponsorship and using a small space to maximum…

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Live Review: Mark Kavuma at The Verdict

Mark Kavuma & ‘The Banger Factory’ The Verdict, Brighton Friday 20th July, 2018       New Generation Jazz have had a consistently excellent programme of presenting up and coming musicians on the current jazz scene and Mark Kavuma’s band were no exception. Performing original material from the young trumpeter’s debut album, Kavuma, the band displayed…

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Interview: Justin McKenzie of Jazz Re:freshed

Jazz Re:freshed began in 2003 as a weekly live music event but soon grew into a larger arts organisation that helps promote the younger generation of jazz artists through educational work, a record label and its annual summer festival, Jazz Re:Fest which comes to Brighton Dome on Sunday 22nd July. SJM Editor Charlie Anderson spoke…

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Yazz Ahmed Interview

    Trumpeter Yazz Ahmed is half-Bahraini and half-English, her dad being from Bahrain where Ahmed lived until she was 9 years old. “When I moved to London, I felt that I left that part of my heritage behind and adapted to British life, British culture.” But it was in England that her interest in the…

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Tal Gamlieli Interview

How did you first get into jazz?     The short story is that I started to study rock guitar, and my teacher started to play some jazz to me because he wanted me to develop, take a new direction and learn a little bit more about music. I also had good friends that were good…