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Live Review: Anöna Trio at All Saints Church

Anöna Trio All Saints Church, Hove Saturday 11th May, 2019 The Anöna Trio of Julian Nicholas, Imogen Ryall and Mark Edwards recently released their debut album, One January Morning. For their performance at All Saints Church, pianist Simon Robinson stepped in to replace Mark Edwards and performed admirably. They began with Brad Mehldau’s When It…

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Jazz News (May 2018)

    Love Supreme Festival have announced their full line up, including artists appearing on the Bandstand: Three Little Birds, Paul Richards Trio, Giwha and the 1618, Sonnymoon for 3, Charlotte Glasson, Roy Hilton, Rory ingham, Where Pathways Meet, Sen3, Peter Fraize, Johnny Mansfield, Pete Hill Quintet and the 9-piece Tomorrow’s Warriors Female Frontline (led by…

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Jazz News (Oct. 2017)

    Promoters Kineojazz are putting on a new event this month featuring saxophonist Geoff Simkins. Kineojazz have previously put on events in various venues around Brighton featuring Joe Lee Wilson, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Liane Carroll, Claire Martin amongst others.     Their latest promotion features ‘The Jazz Workshop’, an ensemble made up of members of Geoff’s…

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The Column: Eddie Myer – The Silver Screen

    September can be a quiet month for music fans, after the summer festival season is over but before the autumn touring schedules kick in. Of course, expectations can be sustained by the promise of the EFG London Jazz Festival, coming our way in November, and there is heartening news from the wonderful South Coast…

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Live Review: Wayne McConnell Trio at All Saints Church

Wayne McConnell/Steve Thompson/Piers Clark All Saints Church, Hove Wednesday 9th July, 2014          This was another enjoyable concert in the lovely setting of All Saints Church in Hove, this time with ace rhythm guitarist Piers Clark and multi-talented bassist Steve Thompson backing pianist Wayne McConnell.     Although this was an all-acoustic group, the…