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9
09
Sep

Still Waters

location

1000 Trades, 16 Frederick St , Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3HE

date

09 September 2022

| Doors open: 19:30


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Description

This is the chance to see and hear a National Treasure, of the UK Jazz scene, in his most comfortable setting. Performing with his all-star band he offers you a chance to listen to a live gig of original poignant music, and if you also want a chat about his life with the greats of world jazz this is your chance. Henry started playing jazz in the 1960's boom, when British players found their own voice.  Henry has played with (almost) everyone in jazz, as well as early pop bands such as Manfred Mann.  This your chance to see him and his acclaimed band, in the intimate jazz club atmosphere that this band relish.


"For me, Still Waters is the most exciting band I've ever had the pleasure of playing with" 

Henry Lowther

 

Quite a statement, coming from a man with over 50 years' playing experience, with small ensembles, big bands and orchestras, of free and composed and classical, with jazz luminary all over the world, from a 45 year association with John Dankworth, soloing in Scott Stroman's projects, to lead trumpet with both Gil Evans and George Russell, from Woodstock in 1969 with Keef Hartley's Band to many and continuing years with the London Jazz Orchestra.


Line Up: Henry Lowther - Trumpet/Flugel Horn, Pete Hurt - Sax, Barry Green - Piano, Dave Green - Bass & Paul Clarvis - drums


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