Jazz at The Bonded Warehouse

Canal Street, Stourbridge. DY8 4LU

 
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Live modern and mainstream jazz with top artistes every month at this unique Stourbridge venue.

Presented by Devon Harrison.

 

Programme listing

2017

September 8

Lee Jones Trio - This exciting young jazz-rock guitarist/composer combines influences from modern jazz, fusion, blues and rock. Lee graduated with Honours from Birmingham Conservatoireís jazz course and is a winner of Jazz FMís Best New Instrumentalist award.  

October 13

Dom Pipkin's New Orleans Style - Pianist Dom is one of the UK's 'best kept secrets'. In a night full of jazz, blues and soul, Dom tells the story of ĎBad boys, bourbon, and the Big Easyí, and the tragic and inspirational lives of characters such as Jelly Roll Morton and James Booker.  

November 10

Kinda Dukish - The ever-popular Midlands big band plays original transcriptions of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhornís immortal music. Their repertoire ranges from the 1920ís to the suites of the 60ís and 70ís and many classic melodies.  

December 8

Paul Sawtell Trio - Paul is a highly-talented pianist, with a superb understanding of group interplay which results in a very original and virtuosic approach. He is also a fine vibraphonist, and is at ease with that instrument as he always has been with the piano.  

2018

January 12

Not Strictly Jazz Quartet - Led by bassist Delano Mills the quartet play a mix of funk and fusion along with a little reggae and jazz influences. Performing material from the masters of the genre such as Grover Washington Jnr and Bob Marley and The Wailers.  

February 9

Sarah Barnwell and James Hickman Duo - Violinist Sarah Barnwell joins forces with guitarist and vocalist James Hickman to offer classics and standards in a seamless blend of vintage swing, gypsy jazz, folk and blues.

 

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All concerts are on Friday evenings, and start at 7:45 pm.

Tickets on the door (unreserved seating) £9.00 adult, £5.00 students/under 16's.



Concerts usually finish just after 10:15 pm, with an interval between sets where tea and coffee will be served (there is no bar available at The Bonded Warehouse) Access to The Bonded Warehouse is via two short flights of stairs and may not be suitable for those with disabilities. Free parking is available alongside the Bonded Warehouse in Canal Street.

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Please note that very occasionally the personnel may differ from those named above due to external circumstances.

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