Delicious food home cooked on the premises
Words from our audience…“I love coming to the jazz at The Chandos. Each time I come I am blown away by the performances !” • “The find of the year for us! Good food and beer, great jazz and a delightful landlady. What's not to like?” • “Fabulous music, fine wines and scrumptious food — a hidden jazz gem” • “Relaxed atmosphere, great music”
Sunday 6 May 2018 • 7.15—9.30pm
(Please note slightly later start time for this gig only)
Tim Lapthorn: piano
Simon Woolf: bass
Jeremy Shoham: sax
Rick Finlay: drums
Admission £7.50 Students/unwaged: pay what you like
To prebook use this ticket link and get 10% off your meal!*
“The art of jazz individualism at its quirky best.” The Guardian
Art was a long time partner of the great Stan Tracey, and started his career in the blues boom of the early 60s, with the likes of Jack Bruce and Alexis Korner.
During this period he also worked with Phil Seamen, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker and Long John Baldry. In the late 60s and early 70s his musical direction shifted towards jazz and he played with Barbara Thompson, Michael Garrick, Henry Lowther and Graham Collier. In 1974 he began a long and particularly fruitful association with Tracey, which continued into the 90s. He has also accompanied numerous visiting US jazzmen, including Al Haig, Red Rodney, George Coleman and Nat Adderley.
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*Same price as on the night but you are guaranteed to get in, and get a seat…and you get 10% off your food. (NB For the 10% discount you will need to show your booking email on your smartphone/tablet screen, or a printout of your eventbrite ticket, to the bar staff AT THE TIME OF ORDERING.)
Booking closes at 2pm on the day of the gig, and discounts will not be possible after that.
The Chandos Arms
First and third Sunday of every month
Delicious home-cooked roasts and burgers
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Community Pub of the Year 2017