30th January, 2018
STORIES & LIES
featuring CATHERINE LIMA,
vocals, with resident trio of Hilary Cameron, keys, Ted Simkins, bass and Dave Grant, kit.
Catherine Lima returns to the Club bringing her
charismatic presence, crystal clear and incredible sexy
voice along with impeccable timing and perfect pitch the
resident trio will enjoy to follow.
Catherine’s performance will have a little of her latest
album ‘Stories & Lies’ including some written herself
that was released last September, 2017, and she always
guarantees an entertaining evening with her versatile
talent and also now as a songwriter.
Tuesday, 27th February,
ANDY WATSON & SIMON HURLEY,
guitars, with resident trio of Hilary Cameron, keys, Ted
Simkins, bass and Dave Grant, kit.
Andy Watson and Simon Hurley are welcomed back, by
popular demand, to this tutor and student guitar duo of
the combination of the world wide experience of Andy
Watson and the ingenuity of the rapidly rising star
Simon Hurley. Whatever their programme this evening, it
will certainly be varied and entertaining that is sure
to include all genres encompassing the world of guitar
Tuesday, 27th March, 2018
CLENSHAW & CLIFF MASON,
trombones, with resident trio of Hilary Cameron, keys,
Ted Simkins, bass and Dave Grant, kit.
Derek Clenshaw is no stranger to the Club having guested
on several occasions and has a wealth of experience from
playing alongside noted legends on the jazz scene. His
music career started in the world of brass bands that
progressed through to playing with bands both mainstream
and traditional with such jazz legends as Humphrey
Littleton, Freddie Randall, Bruce Adams and Mike Cotton.
Cliff Mason also began his musical career in the world
of brass bands before being introduced to the Ken Turner
Band in 1987 immediately taking to jazz like a duck to
water. He still continues to lead the trombone section
of the Ken Turner Band and is also a member of the
Shades of Swing Big Band.
With these two trombone exponents we look forward to
listening to an evening of favourite trombone tunes and
I would be surprised if such tunes, as Caravan, Mood
Indigo, Harlem Nocturne, Moonglow, Moonlight Serenade,
and In a Mellow Tone, were not subjected to some special