Hedsor Jazz this week has 2 special guests coming to play alongside Mike Wills, (our remarkable sax section) and with our regular rhythm section.
Clive Burton is away, and in his place we have singer Alison Bentley and guitarist Kevin Armstrong.
Both have musical credits as long as your arm, do go online and read more about both
So Thursday will be a really interesting evening. Tell your friends, and try to coerce them into actually coming out to hear real live music of an extremely high quality. So often individual musical experience is gained by listening to Radio 3 (or 1, or 2, or …….) but at Hedsor Social Club on a Thursday you can hear live music and actually talk to living musicians as you buy them that revitalising liquid from the bar at half time. Try doing that during “Jazz Record Requests”!
Every week we have excellent music for you to experience. Do take time to follow the link to my DropBox folder for last weeks “ordinary” evening!
We have plans into the future. On April 13th (Maundy Thursday) we have that character musician extraordinaire Tracey Mendham coming to play her tenor sax for us. We had booked her for her birthday (the week before) but so had someone else, and so we have her a week later than previously advertised. Do put that in your diary, as yet again a unique musical experience will be there to be had at “The Hedsor Social Club”. She may also come as a surprise to at least one of the Clive Burton Quintet!
Also being planned is another Cancer Research fundraising evening on May18th. We are sorting out our guest and theme as I write ready for another bonanza evening. So again enter that date into your diary no matter what form the diary takes! Once upon a time, one could say “put that in your diary and smoke it”. Now you may well have very expensive and combustible plastic if you do!
For this week one final word (or two) from a lady who used to be a regular at Hedsor Jazz and many other jazz venues, before she migrated to Spain. Wendy writes, “I hope 2017 will be a better one for you and also all the others who have not been well. Walking is a great easy exercise – may I suggest nice brisk walks to the pub. I do so miss the medicinal English real ale”
That real ale is available at Heddsor Jazz alongside real music!!