The December issue of Sussex Jazz Magazine is out now.
The front cover features saxophonist Chris Potter (photo by Dave Stapleton).
In our main interview Chris Potter talks about his latest album There Is A Tide.
Artist Gina Southgate has written a column talking about her experience painting double bassist Tom Herbert.
The magazine also features Jazz News by Charlie Anderson, the columns Jazz Essentials by Simon Adams, Big Band Scene by Patrick Billingham and Pete Recommends…Tommy Flanagan
We have our first live review in a long time – Eddie Myer reviewing Nigel Price Quartet at The Verdict
Our livestream review of New Generation Jazz featuring Yadasofi and Mark Kavuma is by Jim Burlong.
There are also album reviews of Chet Baker – Salt Peanuts; Bancroft & Lyne – Monday Nights; Joshua Jaswon Octet – Silent Sea; Raquel Martins – Real; Judith & Dave O’Higgins – His ‘n’ Hers; Oaagaada – Oag-ada/Swimming Trip.
Plus we have live listings and live stream listings for December.
Sussex Jazz Magazine re-commenced printing in October and since then printed issues have been available.
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