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Zeffirellis Cafe

The Jazz Bar at Zeffirellis

Enjoy contemporary Jazz and world music live performances most Wednesday, Friday and Saturday's upstairs in the Jazz Bar at Zeffirellis.

The Jazz Bar offers great live music events, many of which are free, as well as bar and food menu including pizzas, pasta, anti-pasti and delicious desserts.


Our Next Event

Skutch Manos

May
06

Skutch Manos

Skutch Manos are guitarist Arlen Connelly, multi percussionist Holly Prest and Bass player Chris Cliff. The band originally formed under the name ‘The Acoustic Conquistador’ in 2010 when Arlen met Holly playing in different acts at the Manchester food and Drink Festival. The Band played as a duo for a couple of years playing at venues across Manchester and a few festivals including Beatherder and Acoustic Festival of Britain. Double bass was introduced when Grant Russell joined for a year to be replaced by Chris Cliff later.


Upcoming Events

Pannonica

May
07

Pannonica; Baroness Nica von Koeningswarter (1913-1988), nee Rothschild, British-born patron of Charlie Parker and Thelonious Monk and dedicatee of many compositions by jazz musicians. Both name and repertoire tonight are inspired by Carmen McRae’s vocal interpretations of Monk’s music, with McRae’s role ably covered by rising star Zoe Gilby. A fascinating take on the eccentric & inimitable Thelonious. (Show rescheduled following winter storm postponement)


New England

May
13

New England

The formation of the Keswick based band ‘New England’ has been waiting to happen for a long time. Now it has.

‘New England’ are four very experienced musicians who play a fresh exciting mix of American influenced rock music in the style of the Eagles, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Keith Urban Etc. One of the key features of this band is the strong vocal harmonies that they bring to the music.

George Moulder on Lead Vocals, Guitars and Harmonica

Nick Cripps on Bass Gtr and Vocals

Phil Middleton on Drums and Lead vocals

Richard Greenough on Lead Gtr and Vocal

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Ed Harrison Trio with Sue Parish

May
14

A fine rhythm section led by double-bassist Harrison teams up with acclaimed singer-pianist Parish to explore repertoire from the Great American Songbook and elsewhere.


FuMar and the ART Band

May
20

FuMar and the ART Band

FuMar, a Paris based duo are joined with the ART Band playing soft jazz riffs fused with blues, reggae and funky grooves with a touch of experimental classical/ jazz fusion.

 

Cumbria saxophonist Phil  Furneaux and Paris pianist Krys Markowski (FuMar) are joined by Calisle based Alex Green (Bass), Rik Alexander (percussion) and Tony Atkinson (guitar) who set the grooves for the sax to add haunting lyrical riffs.

 

Phil’s first album “A Real Distraction”  (2014) http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/philfurneaux has been well received for its emotional compositions and haunting soprano lyrics will form the backbone of the second half of the concert.

FuMar’s debut album “The Lanercost Sessions”, a collection of Bossa Nova standards has inspired the duo to start work with ideas to fuse some piano classical compositions into a jazz setting for their second album 


European Union Quartet with Anne Chris.

May
21

Following last night’s premier performance at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, the city’s multinational EU4 brings its adventurous new collaboration to Zeffirellli’s. Anne Chris is a Dutch vocalist and composer currently living in Amsterdam. To date she has released three albums and performed at world-renowned venues such as Bimhuis, North Sea Jazz Festival and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. She obtained both her Bachelor’s degree (2001) and Master’s degree (2003) in Jazz Vocal at the distinguished Conservatory of Amsterdam.

‘Modest, no-frills, flawless and with a beautiful timing’ (Maartje den Breejen, Het Parool)

‘Anne Chris creates beautiful songs, accessible, melodic and of original taste’ (Erno Mijland, Eindhovens Dagblad)


Paul Liddell

May
27

Paul Liddell

Paul Liddell is a working musician/singer/songwriter/recording artist based by the sea in the North East of England. His current album, the excellent ‘Milestones  And Motorways’ is a proudly home-made and independent release.

Paul is an experienced live performer with an unstoppable work ethic,


Nicki Allan Trio

May
28

A first visit for singer-pianist Allan, one of Northern England’s most respected and experienced jazz vocalists and vocal coaches. Tonight she selects from a wide and varied repertoire in the company of saxophonist Rod Mason and bassist Dave Turner


Leeds City Stompers

Jun
03

Leeds City Stompers

'The red hot blues band, conjuring the spirit of prohibition America. Real 1920s drum kits, slapped double bass, metal resonator guitars from the 1930s and three voices—making old sounds in a new way. From bars and pubs, to outdoor festivals. From vintage events, to big white weddings.


Pinto Beans

Jun
04

A veritable Northwest institution led by much-respected saxophonist-flautist Harold Salisbury, long-time pillar of the region’s musicians’ community. Great playing is a given with this band, together with wide-ranging reference to many strands of contemporary jazz.


Hunter Muskett

Jun
10

Hunter Muskett

After having released excellent albums in 1971 and 1973 the band disappeared. Great multi-part harmonies, fluid electric guitar and strong songs with a rustic vibe and twist of West Coast rock (a bit like Decameron). Their second album, was produced by Keith Relf of the Yardbirds/Rennaisance. And Michael Giles (ex. King Crimson) appears as guest drummer.

One of the better British folk rock rarities of the classic ‘70’s folk rock era.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Dominic J Marshall Trio

Jun
11

Cinematic Orchestra pianist, winner of the Leeds College of Music Piano Prize, and fearless explorer of genres and techniques, Marshall presents material from his new CD ‘The Triolithic’,  just released.

“He brings together a great heritage of the past, but also something very fresh and new.” Jamie Cullum


Jon Kenzie

Jun
17

Jon Kenzie

The accomplished and independent singer-songwriter, Jon Kenzie, is back! The Manchester musician with his musical roots firmly footed in blues, folk and soul is now in the process of writting his third solo album.  Following the white label release of his second album 'Sing a little higher' Jon has traveled far and wide touring the UK, Europe and the USA, performing in Festivals, venues and also just turning up on the streets to play his music to the people passing by. On this night Jon will be performing as a duo with the talented guitarist and singer Ben Williams, a night not to be missed!

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Bradley Johnston Quartet

Jun
18

Though still a BMus student, guitarist Bradley Johnston is already building a solid reputation in and beyond the North-East, where he’s based. Venturing out with his own band, and already turning heads at his performances, Johnston plays with a maturity beyond his years, and is undoubtedly a name to watch.  (Show rescheduled following winter storm postponement)


Joe Locke Quartet

Jun
24

A fantastic opportunity to hear one of the greatest jazz musicians on the planet with a superb international band.

New York vibraphonist Joe Locke is no stranger to the UK; among other things he’s a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music. His stature as a composer and player, and the high regard in which he’s held by musicians, concert promoters and audiences the world over speak volumes for a man whose capacity to communicate through his instrument is nothing short of frightening. A Joe Locke gig has to be experienced to be believed!

Tonight he leads a hand-picked quartet featuring virtuoso Paris-based US bassist Darryl Hall, sublime Sardinian pianist Alessandro Di Liberto and firebrand Scots drummer Alyn Cosker, en route to their appearance tomorrow at Glasgow Jazz Festival and, at the time of writing, a gig in Kiev on Sunday!

Space limited, so book early.


Edis-Hardy Duo

Jun
25

A subtle and intimate combination featuring highly regarded pianist-composer Paul Edis and trumpet/flugelhorn maestro Graham Hardy. Both players are bandleaders in their own right, in high demand as sidemen, often in the same band; tonight is a great opportunity to hear why their intelligent musical interplay is so highly regarded by fellow musicians and audiences alike. Tonight’s performance is rescheduled from December 5th, 2015  - the night Storm Desmond got to the Lake District before the band!


Paul Farr Band

Jul
02

An established and respected session guitarist working with the likes of Lily Allen & Tom Jones, tonight Paul Farr breaks loose and presents a varied programme of jazz, funk & blues compositions showcasing his versatility.


Northern Sky

Jul
08

Northern Sky

Originally Abby Colombi and John Osborne, the band has expanded to become a five-piece and returns fresh from supporting Levellers frontman Mark Chadwick, performing at Kendal Mountain Festival and the Sunday Sessions at Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre.

Amy Beeton now joins them on cello with Lucy Johnson on additional vocals and Martin Kirton on percussion.

Their list of self-penned songs is increasing by the week from the delicate “Catch The Light” (Radio Cumbria’s Track of the Week) and the anthemic Technicolour Love to the stomp of “Leap of Faith”.

A staple of BBC Introducing, they are not to be missed


Performers to be confirmed.

Jul
09

The performance originally listed for tonight by The Magic Beans has been postponed until later this year as a result of circumstances beyond the venue's control. Details of a replacement show will be posted here soon.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Mammal Hands

Jul
15

Mammal Hands

Mammal Hands are a trio of like-minded musicians: Nick Smart (piano), Jesse Barrett (drums and percussion), and Jordan Smart (saxophones). Drawing on influences from Steve Reich to Bonobo and Pharoah Sanders to The Cinematic Orchestra, alongside elements of North Indian and African music, they produce their own beautiful, inimitable music – at times wistful and melancholic and sometimes raucous, catchy and explosive, blending thoughtful compositions with spontaneity and interplay. On the road they have been wooing audiences from Montreal International Jazz Festival to Ronnie Scott’s; Mostly Jazz Festival to King’s Place London; and have received support from Jamie Cullum, Gilles Peterson and Bonobo. They were signed to Gondwana Records by Matthew Halsall and have released their sublime debut album, Animalia, to critical acclaim.

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Freddie Garner Quartet

Jul
16

Veteran stalwart on the North-West jazz circuit, who we’re sure wouldn’t mind us pointing out is the oldest player to visit the venue (ask him!), pianist Garner is much-influenced by the likes of Oscar Peterson and Errol Garner (no relation!). Tonight he leads his straight-ahead quartet through a delightful survey of the standard repertoire

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Stevie Williams Unplugged

Jul
22

Stevie Williams Unplugged

Stevie Williams is a talented UK bassist, singer and songwriter. As well as his solo work, he also fronts The Most Wanted Band, testament to his tireless work ethic and devotion to his craft. A life long devotee of the ageless blues, alt country and americana sounds, he has travelled the globe absorbing a plethora of diverse influences and honing his craft into the classic songwriting style he possesses today.

Stevie Williams and his latest project ‘Pockets Full of Gold’ featuring the song ‘She Don’t Do’ was produced by Stevie, engineered and written entirely by Stevie with the exception of one track. The hands-on approach with this album pays off, as he seem's completely in tune with the sound he want's to project. ‘She Don’t Do’ is a moody, stripped back and somewhat dark track complete with soulful delivery from Stevie and touches of psychedelia that just add to his quirky appeal. It’s catchy without trying to be.  http://forthecountryrecord.com


Ginger Tunes Quartet

Jul
23

A guaranteed barnstorming return for this high-energy jazz-funk band led by powerful Liverpool saxophonist Mike Smith, a band that gathers new fans at every performance. Check out a recent performance from an extended line-up here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QJtqZlpvsE


Daniel Ray Band

Jul
29

Daniel Ray Band

Singer/songwriter Daniel Ray got together with Darren Leadsom (bass) and Tim Lowe (drums) when they were all music students at Kendal College. They played some gigs as a three piece and a few with a lead guitarist before bringing Becca Kenyon in as co-vocalist and later Teresa Standish on violin and cello.
Though coming from varied musical backgrounds they soon realized something about their unlikely chemistry together was right.
From their very first gig in May, 2012 audiences agreed.
The combination of the pulsing, driving Leadsom/Lowe rhythm section with the raw emotional top lines of Kenyon and Standish is proving a powerful setting for songs Ray describes as ‘intimate anthems’.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Sam Dunn Trio

Jul
30

Guitarist Sam Dunn's playing, informed by the history of the instrument, displays his mastery of contemporary harmonic and melodic languages. Tonight, on his first visit to the venue with his own band he leads an organ & drums trio through a range of original material & covers. 


Simcock-Walker-Dixon

Aug
04

The British 60% of transatlantic jazz supergroup The Impossible Gentlemen returns to Zeffirelli’s for a special one-off concert. As jazz fans will be aware, pianist Gwilym Simcock is just back from a world tour in a new band led by guitar legend Pat Metheny, a gig that has given him the international exposure and recognition at the highest level that he so richly deserves. The trio tonight with long-time collaborators Mike Walker (guitar) and Iain Dixon (reeds) promises diverse, witty and complex repertoire (and repartee!), and outstanding musicianship in every respect. This really is one you shouldn't miss.

Space limited, so book early.

Presented in association with Lake District Summer Music.


Elliott Morris

Aug
05

Elliott Morris

With hundreds of gigs behind him, Elliott Morris has a formidable reputation as one of the hardest-working and most sought-after young artists on the acoustic scene.

The singer-songwriter began playing electric guitar when he was 11, but launched his solo set at 17, just a year after starting to explore the possibilities of the acoustic instrument. Elliott taps the strings and beats the guitar’s body to create an intricate spectacle, together with an original and unique sound integral to his songs.

He has supported Erik Mongrain, Andy McKee, Frank Turner, Seth Lakeman, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Jim Bob (Carter USM), Jon Gomm, Paul Carrack, legendary Philadelphia soul groups The Stylistics and The Three Degrees, and revered folk veterans Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick. He gigs regularly with Dave McPherson (InMe) and has played many times with old friend, Ed Sheeran.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Ongoing Saturday Contemporary Jazz Programme

Aug
06

Details of forthcoming performances in our ongoing Saturday contemporary jazz season will be published here shortly. Please check back.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Kris Dollimore

Aug
19

Kris Dollimore

During a career in music, spanning four decades, Kris Dollimore has graced some of the world’s greatest stages and has played with many international bands and artists including The Godfathers, The Damned, Dee Dee Ramone, Johnny Thunders, Adam Ant and Del Amitri.
His guitar skills have always been admired in whichever genre he has played.
Now those skills are honed to perfection and they need to be, he has chosen a field where his playing is at its most exposed. A man, a guitar and sometimes a voice. No room for error and nowhere to hide. With a largely acoustic repertoire, a fair portion of that being instrumental, in the vein of John Fahey and Jack Rose, precision playing is expected and delivered.
Kris took the decision to perform as a solo artist 10 years ago and has toured relentlessly, travelling the length and breadth of the UK and Europe, earning a hard core following of loyal fans which continues to grow. This is backed up by the stunning success of his first three albums, ‘02/01/1978’, ‘Now Was The Time’ and ‘No Ghosts In This House’, which all received great reviews from the music press both at home and abroad. His fourth album is due to be released later this year and is already attracting the same positive interest as its predecessors.
Kris was runner up in last year’s European Blues Awards, in the solo/acoustic category and was also nominated for a British Blues Award, in the best original blues song category in 2012.
Dollimore burns with a passion for his music and wants to bring it to as many people as possible. If you know Kris from his past life, don’t fear change. Follow Kris down new roads and you’ll feel all the richer for it.
http://www.krisdollimore.com
info@krisdollimore.com

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Kikbak

Aug
26

Kikbak

A quartet of experienced “Lakes” based musicians.
Pete Kassells – (Guitar Magazines’ – Guitarist of The Year 1997) and Julie Rogerson (Alto, Soprano Saxes and vocals) have played together in many Jazz, Rock and Blues bands over the last 30 years.
They have teamed up with the dynamic and exciting combination of Gareth Bullock,( Bass,  graduate of  L.I.P.A. ) and John Powney , ( Drums)- both of whom have toured and recorded extensively with some of the North West’s leading musicians.
The result is an exciting and eclectic mix of their own versions of Blues, Soul, Jazz Rock, and Funk classics by such artists as - Motown, Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, Van Morrison, David Sanborn and Miles Davis.

  • Free
  • 8:00 pm

String Zoo

Sep
02

String Zoo

Lawrence Woof on violin and Matt Cowe on guitar:  Gypsy swing, ballads, pop tunes and beautiful Cumbrian folk melodies.  Lawrence and Matt first played together at the Manchester International Festival and both maintain busy performing schedules playing across a wide range of genres.


Wes Finch

Sep
30

Wes Finch

"Wes is a Midlands based singer and songwriter, travelling often to play around the UK, sometimes solo and sometimes with various combinations of his group 'The Dirty Band'. The music has strong folk, Americana and pop influences but always retains it own sense of Englishness and individuality. Wes will play a mixture of his original compositions and a range of covers from Hank Williams to the Arctic Monkeys. Quality musicianship and entertainment guaranteed...)

https://twitter.com/wesfinch - twitter
http://www.wesfinch.co.uk/ - website
wesfinch.bandcamp.com
http://soundcloud.com/wesfinchuk/
http://www.reverbnation.com/wesfinch - videos, gigs, info
http://silveryrecords.com/ - buy music
http://www.amazingtunes.com/users/wesfinch - buy mp3s
http://www.facebook.com/pages/wesfinchmusic

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Gobble de Gook

Oct
07

Gobble de Gook

Gobble de Gook is a 7 piece band which performs original material, from the powerful roots of unpredictable arrangements to complex melodies and rhythms. The result is surprising blend of musical styles which is guaranteed to get you dancing.’

Gobble de Gook was created 6 years ago by the French singer and band leader Xtof Lheureux. The band is composed of a group of talented and experienced musicians including: drums, percussion, keyboards, bass and guitar for the rhythm section, along with trumpet and tenor sax for the brass section. Xtof sings, plays guitar and percussion, as well as delivering an enthusiastic and energetic show.

Xtof’s influences range from Afro-Cuban, Indian, Jazz, Rock and obviously French music. It is these influences which characterise the unique atmosphere of Gobble de Gook.

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Washboard Resonators

Oct
14

Washboard Resonators

'This duo of guitar, banjo and washboard play footstomping blues, ragtime, swing and folk like it was on the street corners of America in the 1920s, 30s & 40s. The band has played many gigs, including Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival, C FAB Folk Festival in Lincolnshire and may pubs and bars. This duo is perfect for situations where something acoustic, but energetic and lively is required.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Blue Blood Blues

Oct
21

Blue Blood Blues

Fronted by Lauryn Graves. this duo look back to the sound of the blues from the 1930’s right through to the present day. Lauryn’s stunning vocals are beautifully enhanced by Steve Strachan’s energetic yet sympathetic accompaniment on the piano. This duo is a must see for any lover of the blues.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Hunter Muskett

Oct
28

Hunter Muskett

After having released excellent albums in 1971 and 1973 the band disappeared. Great multi-part harmonies, fluid electric guitar and strong songs with a rustic vibe and twist of West Coast rock (a bit like Decameron). Their second album, was produced by Keith Relf of the Yardbirds/Rennaisance. And Michael Giles (ex. King Crimson) appears as guest drummer.

One of the better British folk rock rarities of the classic ‘70’s folk rock era.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Howard and the Men of the Hour

Nov
04

Howard and the Men of the Hour

Having played for H.M. The Queen, appeared on Blue Peter, worked with Bert Jansch, Antonio Forcione, Gloria Gaynor, Screaming Lord Sutch, and ... Er... Alan stitch arch, the ever-popular Contemporary Spanish guitar maestro returns to Ambleside. mixing rumbas, tangos, flamenco, with blues and jazz and thrilling spontaneity. Joining Howard on this occasion will be the French dynamo  Gobbledegook Xtof on guitar and percussion.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Daniel Ray Band

Nov
11

Daniel Ray Band

Singer/songwriter Daniel Ray got together with Darren Leadsom (bass) and Tim Lowe (drums) when they were all music students at Kendal College. They played some gigs as a three piece and a few with a lead guitarist before bringing Becca Kenyon in as co-vocalist and later Teresa Standish on violin and cello.
Though coming from varied musical backgrounds they soon realized something about their unlikely chemistry together was right.
From their very first gig in May, 2012 audiences agreed.
The combination of the pulsing, driving Leadsom/Lowe rhythm section with the raw emotional top lines of Kenyon and Standish is proving a powerful setting for songs Ray describes as ‘intimate anthems’.

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Elliott Morris

Nov
18

Elliott Morris

With hundreds of gigs behind him, Elliott Morris has a formidable reputation as one of the hardest-working and most sought-after young artists on the acoustic scene.

The singer-songwriter began playing electric guitar when he was 11, but launched his solo set at 17, just a year after starting to explore the possibilities of the acoustic instrument. Elliott taps the strings and beats the guitar’s body to create an intricate spectacle, together with an original and unique sound integral to his songs.

He has supported Erik Mongrain, Andy McKee, Frank Turner, Seth Lakeman, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Jim Bob (Carter USM), Jon Gomm, Paul Carrack, legendary Philadelphia soul groups The Stylistics and The Three Degrees, and revered folk veterans Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick. He gigs regularly with Dave McPherson (InMe) and has played many times with old friend, Ed Sheeran.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Northern Sky

Nov
25

Northern Sky

Originally Abby Colombi and John Osborne, the band has expanded to become a five-piece and returns fresh from supporting Levellers frontman Mark Chadwick, performing at Kendal Mountain Festival and the Sunday Sessions at Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre.

Amy Beeton now joins them on cello with Lucy Johnson on additional vocals and Martin Kirton on percussion.

Their list of self-penned songs is increasing by the week from the delicate “Catch The Light” (Radio Cumbria’s Track of the Week) and the anthemic Technicolour Love to the stomp of “Leap of Faith”.

A staple of BBC Introducing, they are not to be missed


Secret Combination

Dec
02

Secret Combination

Adele first met John in 1980 when  she auditioned for his dance band (The Dave John Band). The band played in many Northwest venues including Mecca dance halls, until 1997 when the band split up. Since then John has been teaching piano in their home town of Bolton and in South Lakes, where they moved to in 2006 . They now perform mainly in hotels in the area as a duo, covering vocalists such as :- Ella Fitzgerald Sarah Vaughan,Randy Crawford,Alicia Keys,Amy Winehouse,The Carpenters and many more.

 

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

New England

Dec
23

New England

The formation of the Keswick based band ‘New England’ has been waiting to happen for a long time. Now it has.

‘New England’ are four very experienced musicians who play a fresh exciting mix of American influenced rock music in the style of the Eagles, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Keith Urban Etc. One of the key features of this band is the strong vocal harmonies that they bring to the music.

George Moulder on Lead Vocals, Guitars and Harmonica

Nick Cripps on Bass Gtr and Vocals

Phil Middleton on Drums and Lead vocals

Richard Greenough on Lead Gtr and Vocal

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Threeway

Feb
03

Threeway

THREEWAY  BIOGRAPHY

Ben Crosland – Bass

Steve Lodder – Piano/Keyboards

Steve Waterman – Trumpet/Flugelhorn

After leading his Quintet, Octet and Quartet for 15 years, Crosland formed Threeway in 2004 with Waterman and Lodder, two long term associates, in order to explore the subtle and open possibilities of a group without drums. The interplay between the players creates a natural intensity combined with an acute sensitivity to dynamics. The variety of the original compositions, contributed by all the group members, and the different tone colours created by the instruments ensure a satisfying and well rounded performance. The group also includes contemporary readings of choice standards in its repertoire.

Threeway’s music is heard to best advantage in the concert setting. Accordingly, this is an ideal group for ‘listening’ jazz venues, arts centres, music festivals and concert societies.

The group recorded its debut album, ‘Conversations’ JCCD 110, in 2005. The CD has attracted considerable critical acclaim and was featured on BBC Radio 3’s Jazz Line Up and Jazz Record Requests. Threeway undertook a national tour with Jazz Services’ support in the autumn of 2007.

Threeway’s second album, ‘Songs of the Year’ JCCD112, attracted four star reviews from several jazz writers and was featured on BBC Radio 3’s Jazz Line Up and during a national tour in the autumn of 2010, again with Jazz Services’ support. 

The group recorded its third album, ‘Looking Forward, Looking Back’ JCCD 115 in 2013. The CD features vibraphonist Jim Hart as special guest and again attracted four star reviews. Once again, the album was featured on Jazz Line Up.

Threeway continues to perform around the country at festivals and club dates to enthusiastic audiences.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

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