Good Morning England
Or perhaps you don’t remember that as a catch phrase, perhaps more as a film! I must admit to not remembering who it was, but I seem to remember a radio comedian during WW2 used it as his opening phrase!
But as usual, I digress. The important thing is that you now find out who is on at Hedsor Jazz tomorrow night, March the 8th!!
As our special guest we have BBC Big Band star Paul Eshelby. Paul has been to us a couple of times before, and his melodic trumpet and flugel horn playing is well remembered by those who have heard him before. He will be accompanied by Clive Burton on trombone, and our usual rhythm section.
We are still planning ahead for some more special events at Hedsor, so do keep an eye on THIS space. 3 events are in the planing stages. We hope we can capture the Stuart Henderson Big Band for a night in the big room in May, and before then a small room event with Vasilis and Peter Cook is under discussion. In October I would still like to run a Saturday of jazz at Hedsor. A date is still not fixed, but I have already had an offer of attendance from Nigel Price’s Organ Trio.
For the next 2 or 3 Thursdays we should have the Regular Clive Burton Quintet with us. That is always subject to better-paid gigs coming some of their way.
Don’t forget to put April 5th in your diary. It is Tracey Mendham’s next visit to us, and it is one day short of a) her birthday, b) Easter!
That’s it for the moment. I have some CD’s to listen to, and I will report back shortly on those.
So, tell you friends, every Thursday from 8.30 pm, Jazz at Hedsor Social Club, all for just £5!