Autumn programme from East Side Jazz

What a fantastic autumn line-up drummer / promoter Clive Fenner has put together for East Side Jazz in Leytonstone for the Autumn.

Admission – a mere, modest fiver. I’m tempted by all of these gigs.But my pick would be October 20th: Julian Siegel (tenor/ bass clarinet/ soprano) with Chris Batchelor (trumpet) Oren Marshall (above- photo credit Contagiousmemes -tuba) and Dudley Phillips on bass. If a radio producer were to be there, she or he would catch the energy and musical hi jinx and 24 carat professionalism of this crew. If TV cameras were present they would also catch these guys’ good humour and communicative power -for posterity. Whatever. For the rest of us the trip to Leytonstone won’t be in vain. It will be a memorable gig.

Tuesday, September 22

Stan Sulzmann (saxes)
Liam Noble (piano)
Mark Hodgson (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, September 29

Jay Phelps (trumpet)
Shabaka Hutchings (tenor sax & clarinet)
Jonathan Gee (piano)
Karl Rasheed-Abel (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, October 6

Benn Clatworthy (tenor sax & flute)
Robin Aspland (piano)
Simon Thorpe (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, October 13

Sam Mayne (alto sax)
Steve Fishwick (trumpet & flugel)
Jim Watson (piano)
Geoff Gascoyne (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, October 20

Chris Batchelor (trumpet)
Julian Siegel (tenor & soprano sax)
Oren Marshall (tuba)
Dudley Philips (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, October 27

Lewis Wright (vibes)
Steve Pringle (piano)
Pete Randall (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

Tuesday, November 3

Tony Coe (tenor/alto sax & clarinet)
John Horler (piano)
Mark Hodgson (bass)
Clive Fenner (drums)

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