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Geoffrey Keezer and Gillian Margot

Jun
01

Geoffrey Keezer and Gillian Margot

GRAMMY-nominated pianist Geoffrey Keezer features scintillating and soulful vocalist Gillian Margot for an evening of duets.

With his highly regarded discography, unique compositions, and acclaimed performances in a variety of configurations, pianist Geoffrey Keezer commands the attention typically reserved for the living legends of jazz.

Gillian Margot is the rarest sort of singer - the kind that makes people sit up and listen. She has an exquisite voice, a disarmingly wide range and a style that is deeply rooted in the tradition of the great jazz vocalists, yet she possesses a gift of storytelling and emotionally intelligent lyrical delivery that is refreshingly free of “jazz singer” clichés.

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About Time

Jun
02

About Time

‘About Time’ started just two years ago with a gig in The Brewery Art’s Centre’s, Warehouse Cafe in aid of The Down Syndrome Association. Following this success the band members wanted to continue performing together.

 

You can expect to hear lounge music with jazzy edge incl. songs from Burt Bacharach, Bob Dylan, Carole King and others.

 

The Band consists of experienced local musicians although the vocalist Aggie originates from Poland. Keith Redfern – who has been playing guitar for years in a variety of bands from punk to funk and now fuses it all into his own style..., Ken Johnston – Welsh born Anglo-Scot, first encountered a double bass 50 years ago after playing alto sax and guitar!  On the Lancaster scene since arriving in ’92.  Martin Chadderton, our drummer is never happier than when he is quickening the pulse with his infectious beats. His genres include Brass, Community and Flamenco!        

 

Vocalist Aggie has a warm and vibrant tone, coupled with sensitivity and musicality that shines out of her voice.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Neil C Young Trio

Jun
03

Popular Grammy-longlisted guitarist returns presenting a varied repertoire showcasing his consummate skill. Incorporating aspects of the work of John Scofield, Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, George Benson and Billy Cobham, the music is ‘full of soul and energy’ and, ‘the arrangements are beautiful’, writes the US magazine “Just Jazz Guitar”. The trio is shortly to release a new album of original work and covers of artists as diverse as Cannonball Adderley, Randy Crawford &  Alice in Chains. In Neil's own words; 'a right old combo!'
 


Jazz Jam

Jun
05

Jazz Jam

Are you a student of Jazz or Improvisation at any level? Any instrument or vocals? Would you welcome the chance to play with a professional rhythm section?

We can help you prepare any pieces, even your own compositions, and present you as a guest musician with our ‘trio’ rhythm section.

Contact Pete Major on 07799788777 with any questions or to discuss performance details

  • Free
  • 8:00 pm

Gobble de Gook

Jun
09

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

Compass Trio

Jun
10

Subtle & dynamic low-volume music from this intimate chamber jazz group featuring piano, saxophone and the virtuosic guitar of Willy Fluss, one of the best-kept musical secrets in the country.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Knusprige Wimpern

Jun
16

Knusprige Wimpern

Knusprige Wimpern is a five-piece band from Passau, Germany that bases their unique original compositions on bules, pop, jazz, the swirly sounds of the late 60´s and the progressive rock of the early 70´s. Psychedelic guitar, groovy percussion, playful bass, piano with a classical touch and angle-like vocals make up their weird and wonderful music. 

 

The group formed in the winter of 2015 when Katharina Müller (piano/voc) and Mike Krompaß (guitar//flute/voc) decided to have a play together. Katharina brought her friend Hannah Paularsen (guitar/voc) along and later in the process Bernhard Senkmüller (drums/percussion) and Valentin Weber (bass) joined and they rehearsed existing material and soon started composing together.


Olivia Moore Trio

Jun
17

One of the UK’s most innovative and creative violin­ists, Olivia is dedicated to jazz and classical Indian music, while also drawing influence from flamenco, gypsy and folk. Tonight she presents a subtle and original fusion of all of these traditions. Olivia cites the seminal Jan Garbarek/Zakir Hussain/John McLaughlin album 'Making Music' as a prime influence on her work. If you like that, you'll love this. And if you're unfamiliar with it, you still won't be disappointed!

"Moore her­self can obvi­ously play the violin with great dex­ter­ity, but for the most part she used it with eco­nomy and for this she must be cred­ited; although this was her pro­ject, this was a group effort music­ally and it shows her matur­ity as a leader that she gave so much space to others involved." The Sound of Now


The Big Easy

Jun
23

The Big Easy

Since it’s birth in the 1920s, swing has been music for celebration. The Big Easy have taken some of the greatest tunes by the giants of swing; Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, Nina Simone and many more household names, added their own interesting arrangements to bring you a set of the finest swing tune

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Quay Change

Jun
24

A vocal-led set of well-known classics from this popular Lancaster-based quartet, always well-received at the venue.

* Please note that the performance by the Jonathan Gee/Matt Nickson Duo initially listed for this evening has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond the venue's control.


Howard Haigh and the Men of the Hour

Jun
30

Howard Haigh and the Men of the Hour

Howard Haigh & the Men of the Hour, featuring Rick Middleton on Bass, guitar & vocals, & Sam King Middleton on percussion & vocals. They'll present their own unique seasonal programme of delights. 


Stuart McCallum

Jul
01

Best known to a wider audience through his work with The Cinematic Orchestra, tonight guitarist Stuart McCallum performs solo, introducing compositions that embody his trademark approach to music: ambient grooves, loops and slowly-evolving soundscapes. Sublime, savvy, subtle & smart.


Elliott Morris

Jul
07

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 entry
  • 8:30 pm

Gilby-Law Duo

Jul
08

We welcome back rising star vocalist Zoe Gilby, presenting a special show featuring her interpretations of Beatles' repertoire and a mix of latin tunes inspired by pianist Alan Law's trip to Cuba in 2015.


Ben Williams

Jul
14

Ben Williams

A Manchester based singer-songwriter who moulds the classic songwriting 

sound of Paul Simon with the laid back nature  of  Jack  Johnson,  Ben  Williams  is  a  difficult  artist  to  pigeonhole  and  is  all  the  better  for  it.  His  new  self-­‐produced  album,  ‘Who  Do  You  Think  You  Are?’,  has  been  seven  years  in  the  making,  as  Williams  –  earning  a  living  as  an  in-­‐demand  session  guitarist  –  wrote  his  own  songs  in  the  spare  time  he  had  between  playing  and  recording  with  other  artists.  With  a  clear  passion  for  music,  he  wrote  something  like  60  songs  over  this  period,  of  which  the  best  11  have  been  chosen  to  make  up  his  debut  album.  Self-­‐produced  and  featuring  a  selection  of  the  finest  musicians  in  Manchester,  Williams  has  delivered  a  genuine  gem  of  a  debut.  Often  quirky,  sometimes  funny,  and  occasionally  more  reflective,  the  songs  demonstrate  a  fantastic  range  of  approaches  and  ideas.  

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Steve Oakes Quartet

Jul
15

A stalwart of the North West jazz community for many years, guitarist Oakes returns with his fine band and a repertoire not a little influenced by some of the great contemporary players of his instrument. Always a pleasure to hear.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

The Elderly Brothers

Jul
18

The Elderly Brothers

Here they are again to pleasure us with their music, charm and wit. 

As Confucious said

"Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.
It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop."

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

The Elderly Brothers - again!

Jul
19

The Elderly Brothers - again!

Goodness me here they are again.

As Budha said

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned."

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Black Pony

Jul
21

Black Pony

Indie-folk duo Black Pony are singer/guitarist Daniel Ray and Sarah Edmondson on violin, e-piano and organ. Together they combine elements of folk, country, and soul to create songs at once intimate and anthemic, rhythmic and melodic. Little aural movies.

Irish-Australian Daniel traveled a lot of miles to find such a simpatico musical partner in formally trained Sarah and her vivid sonic palette. A bit of lightning strikes every time they take the stage. Come along for the ride.

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Liam Byrne Quartet

Jul
22

Saxophonist Byrne presents authentic renditions of classic bebop tunes with his highly skilled band. Not to be missed if you’re a fan of the sophisticated rhythmic and harmonic language of  Charlie Parker and many followers.


Andchuck

Jul
29

Andchuck is a quartet formed whilst its members were students at RNCM in Manchester, featuring  BBC Young Musician finalist Nick Seymour on saxophone, guitarist Jack March, bassist Tom Chapman and drummer Gabriel Alexander. Adventurous music characterized by intriguing melodies, funky grooves, colourful harmonies and the occasional earth-shattering riff.  


Ella Fitzgerald Tribute Concert - Emma Smith & Jamie Safiruddin Trio - LDSM 2017

Jul
30

Ella Fitzgerald Tribute Concert - Emma Smith & Jamie Safiruddin Trio - LDSM 2017

Self-confessed Ella aficionado Emma Smith celebrates the centenary of the First Lady of Song by following herphenomenal career, from her earliest recordings with Chick Webb, through her work with Dizzy Gillespie leading to her scat singing in Flying Home and Oh, Lady Be Good!, and her meeting with the great Norman Granz recording the Great American Songbook with the likes of Nelson Riddle and Billy May, Paul Weston, Buddy Bregman and Duke Ellington, onto her work with Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson. Songs to be featured include Dream a little dream of me, Cheek to cheek, It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing), Too close for comfort, Honeysuckle Rose, Love is here to stay, But not for me, Satin Doll, How high the moon, Lullaby of Birdland, The lady is a tramp, Someone to watch over me, Do nothing till you hear from me and Angel eyes.

The third generation of a family of musicians, Emma Smith began her singing career at 14, and the year after joined NYJO as the featured vocalist. Winner of the 'Rising Star' award at the London Music Awards 2015, since April 2016 she has been the co-presenter of Radio 3's 'Jazz Now'.

Unallocated seating but early booking strongly recommended. Bookings are now being taken at the box office or you can buy tickets online.

Presented in association with Lake District Summer Music.


Wes Finch

Aug
04

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...)

  • free
  • 8:30 pm

Alex Hutton Trio

Aug
05

Marvellously inventive & lyrical pianist with an impressive track record leads his band through a selection of  compositions referencing a wide range of styles, informed by but not entirely confined to jazz.

‘A great British talent and a wonderfully natural pianist’. Ronnie Scott


String Zoo

Aug
11

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.

  • Free
  • 8:00 pm

Emily Francis Trio

Aug
12

First visit to the venue for a band with a fresh approach to the piano trio format, combining influences from jazz-funk, soul and progressive rock with inventive improvisation.


The Kilcawley Family

Aug
18

The Kilcawley Family

Friends of acoustic music, we are dedicated in bringing to the stage the authentic sound of the Appalachian Mountains.  Steeped in Old Time, Bluegrass, and cowboy ballads, you can expect an evening of foot-stomping rhythms, ear-catching melodies, and angelic three-part harmonies.  We’ve been working together for over three years now, and after having toured the country, it is our great pleasure to at last be gracing the stage at Zeffirellis.  

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Ongoing Saturday Contemporary Jazz Programme

Aug
19

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

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Northern Sky

Aug
25

Northern Sky

Originally Abby Colombi and John Osborne, the band has expanded to become a five-piece.

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

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

New England

Sep
08

New England

New England have been entertaining audiences at Zeffirellis for almost three years now.

Over this period, the band  have steadily developed their own brand of contemporary country rock. Alongside an exciting mix of songs from artists such as, The Eagles, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Zac Brown and Keith Urban, New England also feature an ever growing collection of original material, highlighting  the strong vocal harmonies that they bring to the music.

New England have also just released their first album ‘Driving South’ which will available on the night. 

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 Vocals

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

Stevie Williams Unplugged

Sep
15

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


Leeds City Stompers

Oct
06

'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.

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

The Retrosettes

Oct
13

The Retrosettes

After getting back from their European tour promoting the release of their first album in Germany, The Retrosettes will appear at Zeffirellis as a stripped back duo.  Lead singers Helen and Paul Bytheway (also a married couple) are the driving force behind the vintage themed band, and they will appear playing piano and guitar with 2 lead vocals.

 

The couple will take you through their influences from 50s rock n roll, to 60s pop, right through soul, country and disco.  Their acoustic versions of popular songs from the last 60 years show off some of the best songwriters of all time from Bowie, to Bob Dylan, the Animal, The Beatles and everything in between.


Hunter Muskett

Oct
20

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

The Balkanics

Oct
27

The Balkanics

'With their unique blend of sizzling Eastern European music The Balkanics deliver a big-band seven-piece sound ranging from driving dance rhythms to dreamy interludes. Expect banging Balkan and Klezmer tunes with an unusual twist that reflects the band members' diverse backgrounds in traditional folk, rock, dance and classical music.'

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

About Time

Nov
03

About Time

‘About Time’ started just two years ago with a gig in The Brewery Art’s Centre’s, Warehouse Cafe in aid of The Down Syndrome Association. Following this success the band members wanted to continue performing together.

 

You can expect to hear lounge music with jazzy edge incl. songs from Burt Bacharach, Bob Dylan, Carole King and others.

 

The Band consists of experienced local musicians although the vocalist Aggie originates from Poland. Keith Redfern – who has been playing guitar for years in a variety of bands from punk to funk and now fuses it all into his own style..., Ken Johnston – Welsh born Anglo-Scot, first encountered a double bass 50 years ago after playing alto sax and guitar!  On the Lancaster scene since arriving in ’92.  Martin Chadderton, our drummer is never happier than when he is quickening the pulse with his infectious beats. His genres include Brass, Community and Flamenco!        

  • Free
  • 8:30 pm

New Jave Trio

Nov
10

New Jave Trio

Lancaster-based bandleader and multi-instrumentalist Jave formed the dynamic and innovative New Jave Trio a few years ago in order to explore his love for improvisational "in-the-moment" music whilst not being confined to any one style or genre. Expect an eclectic blend of instrumental original and covered Funk, Rock, Blues, African and Island, delivered with a healthy dose of imaginative improvisation. NJT are no strangers to anything from Latin to Reggae, Afro-Cuban to Acid Jazz.

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

Billy Kemp

Nov
17

Billy Kemp

From the Land of Pleasant Living, Baltimore native Billy Kemp is a musician, songwriter, singer, composer and producer. He is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known for his tasteful and inventive guitar playing.


The Washboard Resonators

Nov
24

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

Ben Williams

Dec
01

Ben Williams

A Manchester based singer-songwriter who moulds the classic songwriting 

sound of Paul Simon with the laid back nature  of  Jack  Johnson,  Ben  Williams  is  a  difficult  artist  to  pigeonhole  and  is  all  the  better  for  it.  His  new  self-­‐produced  album,  ‘Who  Do  You  Think  You  Are?’,  has  been  seven  years  in  the  making,  as  Williams  –  earning  a  living  as  an  in-­‐demand  session  guitarist  –  wrote  his  own  songs  in  the  spare  time  he  had  between  playing  and  recording  with  other  artists.  With  a  clear  passion  for  music,  he  wrote  something  like  60  songs  over  this  period,  of  which  the  best  11  have  been  chosen  to  make  up  his  debut  album.  Self-­‐produced  and  featuring  a  selection  of  the  finest  musicians  in  Manchester,  Williams  has  delivered  a  genuine  gem  of  a  debut.  Often  quirky,  sometimes  funny,  and  occasionally  more  reflective,  the  songs  demonstrate  a  fantastic  range  of  approaches  and  ideas.  

  • Free entry
  • 8:30 pm

The Busquitos

Feb
02

The Busquitos

The Busquitos play a very catchy mix of brilliantly played music, sung with

an impressive Louis Armstrong like hoarse voice, and dazzling, funny

entertainment that will put a smile on everyone's face! And if the time is

right, they will mingle, wireless and play a serenade organize a limbo- or

line-dance or get the audience to sing along to one of their catchy jazzy

tunes.

 

Happy swingin' music for all ages!

 

 

 

The Busquitos are:

 

Jelle van Tongeren (winner of "The Golden Satchmo!", Hot Club De Frank)-

violin and Thomas Streutgers (winner of "The Big Boss Award", Big Jay Mc

Neely, JZZZZZP, Rude Rich & The Highnotes, The Soulsnatchers)- saxophone .

Two brilliant instrumentalists who have been showing their skills on stages

all around Europe and beyond... 

To round out this swinging quartet, they invited guitarist Frank Meester (Hot Club De Frank)

and bassist/vocalist Ronald de Jong (nominated for Holland's best

blues-bass-player 2010, Big Jay McNeely, Shane Mac Gowan, Boyd Small) to

join them.

 

The Busquitos play a large variety of music that goes back from anywhere as

far as the 'roaring twenties' until yesterday.  Hot Club, Jazz, Pop

Rock&Roll, Classical Music, you'll hear it all! Songs by Disney, Django

Reinhart, the Mills Brothers, Sonny Rollins, and Irving Berlin, just to name

a few as well as catchy tunes as Yackety Sax (Benny Hill), The Nanny,... etc

etc

 

And they play their own, very catchy, original tunes too!


Kent DuChaine

Mar
02

Kent DuChaine

Kent was born in Wyzata a town in Minnesota & was taught to play ukulele, guitar & clarinet by his father by the age of 11. He later learned to play piano & electric guitar at school. He played in a local band with school friends performing 60’s music. While reading the sleeve notes on an Eric Clapton album he was intrigued to find out more about Blues

music & eventually he opened up for & performed with many of the greatest Bluesmen &

women, including Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Bukka White,John Lee Hooker & Margie Evans.

In 1979 Kent found his beloved “Leadbessie” a beat up 1934 National Steel guitar & kitted it out with heavy gauge strings to cope with his ferociously powerful playing style. He decided to move down South to be nearer to the roots of the Blues music he now embraced. Kent now lived the “Blues Life” riding the rails & running the roads, living in an old Cadillac then a tent & a motorhome playing venues all across the U.S.A  playing nearly every night.

1989 Kent met & established a partnership with the legendary Bluesman Johnny Shines

( a travelling companion of Robert Johnson “King of the Delta Blues” ) Together with harmonica great Snooky Pryor they were honoured with the coveted W.C.Handy award

for the best  country Blues album of the year. Kent & Johnny performed over 200 shows together across North America, while Kent also continued his solo career. In 1992 Kent was one of the pallbearers who carried Johnny Shines to his grave.

 

In the early 1990’s Kent decided to spread the Blues he loved in the UK & Europe & to date has well over 100 overseas tours completed & 8 solo CDS & 1 DVD under his belt.

The Sunday Times listed him as one of the 5 best concerts in the UK in 2001 & a further crowning honour came when he was asked by Alabama’s State Culture Officer to represent the State on a cultural visit to Italy despite him no longer living in Alabama.

 

Kent had just finished a 6 week tour in the UK in 2015 & was about to fly home, when he was asked by Ben “Boogie” Waters if he would cancel his flight in order to play in a

B B King tribute concert in central London in aid of the British Heart Foundation together with a number of luminaries including music legends Bill Wyman & Elliott Randall. Kent was only too happy to be part of such a superb evening.

 

When not thrilling music lovers with Delta Blues, Urban Blues & his own original compositions Kent can be found in beautiful South Georgia pursuing his favourite hobby fishing, on the shore of a large lake on the border between Georgia & Alabama,

in a house which Kent has literally built with his own hands, reading D.I.Y. manuals along the way. Since the divorce from his fourth wife Sarah he has invested in a large motorhome in which he travels to gigs across the length & breadth of the USA & Canada.


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