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7
07
Feb

Zone B

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

07 February 2020 - 07 February 2020

| Doors open: 19:45

| Event ends: 23:00

Age restriction: None

| Dress code: None


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Steve Buckley was a key member of Loose Tubes (the highly acclaimed 21-piece jazz orchestra that became the focal point of the British jazz renaissance of the 80s).  During this time, he was closely associated with the London African and Latin American scenes.  His own projects included Orchestra Rafiki, co-led by long-time associate Chris Batchelor and featuring Kenyan Nyatiti player Ayub Ogada and Ghanaian drummer Nana Appiah, and the Pigs Head Sons, another Buckley/Batchelor collaboration. He toured and recorded with Ashley Slater's Microgroove, Norman Cook's Beats International and the contemporary classical ensemble Jeremy Peyton-Jones' Regular Music. He has played and recorded with several Django Bates' projects including The Third Policeman, Human Chain and Delightful Precipice.

 

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