How can we support the evolution of jazz on the trombone?

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mgladdish
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Re: How can we support the evolution of jazz on the trombone?

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henrysa wrote: Sun May 19, 2024 1:41 pm I've got a week coming up in London. Besides Ronnie Scott's, where else can I go to here jazz, very open minded.
Ooh, when are you over? I could suggest a few.

Most is listed here: https://jazzlondonlive.com/
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We arrive on May 22, depart for home on May 28th. We are small town folks so very appreciative for any tips. Thank you.
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henrysa wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 1:13 am We arrive on May 22, depart for home on May 28th. We are small town folks so very appreciative for any tips. Thank you.
Alright then, here's what I'd pick from those dates.

22nd: Ed Richardson big band at Ronnies will be fab - that's a ridiculous trombone section.
https://www.ronniescotts.co.uk/find-a-s ... urt-elling

22nd: Heidi Vogel - Ivo Neame's on it, and he's a genius
https://www.606club.co.uk/events/view/heidi-vogel/

22nd: Tivon Pennicott could be fun at The Vortex:
https://www.vortexjazz.co.uk/event/tivo ... m-release/

(blimey, there's so much good stuff on the 22nd!)

22nd: Ant Law is an astonishingly good guitarist
https://www.brasseriezedel.com/events/s ... _id=926097

24th: Chris Dean - Songs of Tony Bennett
Chris is a fine singer and an even better trombonist. He's got that super-sweet silky Dorsey thing down, better than anyone I've heard. He's been running the Syd Lawrence Orchestra for aeons, too.
https://www.jazzcafeposk.org/event/chri ... y-bennett/

25th: Tom Smith Quartet
https://www.606club.co.uk/events/view/t ... h-quartet/

26th: Mike Gorman and Brigitte Beraha
Brigitte's a treasure - into free improvisation and vocal effects
https://www.musicglue.com/karamel/event ... io-karamel

27th: Art Themen quartet at The Oval Tavern, East Croydon.
A bit out of central london and I'd recommend booking if you want to go to this one as it's just in a back street pub. But Art's a living legend having played with absolutely everyone in his time


That should do it!
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Re: How can we support the evolution of jazz on the trombone?

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Mgladdish, jaw dropping, my God what a list to choose from! From a 4B player to a 3B player, a million thanks.
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