1 September 2015

Preview: The Nightingale Room in Brighton (Sept. 2015)

Jazz at The Nightingale Room

(Brighton’s Newest Venue) 

Address: 29-30 Surrey Street, Brighton, BN1 3PA

Tuesday Sept 15th : Jim Mullen 8:30pm (door 8pm)

Tickets: £8 go to thenightingaleroom.co.uk/whats-on

With Milo Fell on drums and Terry Seabrook on organ.


The Uk’s top Jazz guitar man Nigel playing with Terry Seabrook (organ) and Milo Fell (drums) 8:30 pm £8 For tickets: The Nightingale What’s On 

Jim first played with Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, Kokomo, and The Average White Band. Then in the mid-70s he met up with tenor saxophone player Dick Morrissey with whom he went on to co-lead the pioneering British jazz funk band Morrissey–Mullen. Jim has also played and recorded with Mose Allison, Claire Martin, Jimmy Witherspoon, Dave O'Higgins and Georgie Fame.  Most recently, Jim Mullen has recorded as part of The AllStars, a collective of session musicians on their Paul McCartney-produced album All About the Music, In 2014, Mullen featured prominently on the Citrus Sun Album, People of Tomorrow, produced by Incognito co-founder, Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick.

The Nightingale Room is located on the first floor of the Grand Central pub, right across the road from Brighton station at the bottom of Surrey Street. So close to the town’s main transport hub, it’s an easy place to reach from all directions. It is a recent brand new redevelopment of the old Nightingale Theatre and promises to be great new venue for Brighton audiences. It has been very stylishly decorated with comfortable seating and a great menu to choose form if you want to eat. (Address 29-30 Surrey Street, Brighton, BN1 3PA)


Forthcoming attractions: Tuesday October 13th: singer Anita Wardell

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