Tag: Katy O’Neill

9 June 2014

Live Review: Julian Siegel Quartet at The Verdict

Julian Siegel Quartet The Verdict, Brighton Friday 23rd May, 2014       Saxophonist Siegel brought his powerhouse of a quartet to The Verdict at the end of May, playing to a packed-house. A veteran of the London scene, Siegel was accompanied by Liam Noble on piano, Oli Hayhurst on double bass and Gene Calderazzo on […]

9 June 2014

Live Review: Katy O’Neill Trio at The Verdict

Katy O’Neill Trio with Rebecca Fidler The Verdict, Brighton Saturday 31st May, 2014            The group were augmented by  Tim Wells on organ who added a gospel touch to many of the tunes.     Highlights included the Etta James classic I’d Rather Go Blind, a beautiful interpretation of a Tom Waits tune […]

9 December 2013

Live Review: Kit Downes Trio & Pablo Held Trio at The Verdict

Kit Downes Trio/Pablo Held Trio The Verdict, Brighton Wednesday 4th December, 2013          Everyone likes a bargain, especially during the festive period, and a bargain was certainly to be had at The Verdict, last Wednesday. This was a ‘buy one get one free’ special, with not just one, but two wonderful trios on […]

25 November 2013

Katy O’Neill Interview

Originally from Yorkshire, jazz pianist Katy O’Neill now lives in Brighton. She sat down with SJM editor Charlie Anderson to talk about her playing career and her love of teaching. How did you first get into playing music?     “When I was about seven or eight, a relative in my family died, and he was […]

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