Latest news from Brecon Jazz Club

Latest news from the team at Brecon Jazz Club - 

Things are warming up and we've got a great gig for you in May (Tues 19 May), see below.
But first, a big 'thank you' for tremendous support at last month's event.
We had a review, and it not only praised the artists and the club but gave recognition to our great audience too, and name-checked a few in attendance!
See www.jazzman.com http://www.thejazzmann.com/reviews/review/atsuko-shimada-quintet-brecon-jazz-club-the-theatre-bar-theatr-brycheiniog-/

MAY JAZZ Tuesday 19 May, starts 8pm, tickets £7 on the door (inc. raffle)
Brecon Jazz Club:
Emily Saunders with Dave Cottle Trio
Emily Saunders (voice)
Dave Cottle (piano)
Alun Vaughan (bass guitar)
Paul Smith (drums)
Venue: Brecon Jazz Bar, Theatr Brycheiniog, Canalside, Brecon, Powys LD3 7EW. Box 01874 611622

NB SUPPER: BIJOU CAFE, £8 per head, from 6.30pm. Please book by reply email & advise choice- thanks. People who booked places previously, well done, your're in! here are the options, grateful if you could advise....
-Option 1
Three cheese pasta bake with roasted peppers and wilted spinach.
Option 2
'Tuscan syle' bean and vegetable casserole served with a baked potato (vegan and gluten free option).
There will be salad, some bread, glass of juice and cake too! £8 all in, and you know it will be nice!!

PS. If you have friends or guests attending & coming to stay, we have a Hotel overnight deal, ask me for info.
See you there and perhaps before!
Lynne, Roger, Barrie, Fiz, David, Rosie & Caroline
Brecon Jazz Club

About Emily Saunders
"Absolutely brilliant" ​Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio2
"One for the jazz dance clubs" ​Gilles Peterson, BBC Radio6
"The outrageously good Emily Saunders. An extraordinary talent" Chris Philips, JazzFM
"Jazz album of the year so far" ★★★★ ​Independent
"Next big thing" ★★★★ ​ Evening Standard
Brazilian tunes with a London twist: Critically acclaimed Emily Saunders, ‘one to look out for’ (The
Guardian’s John Fordham), first came to attention with her debut album ‘Cotton Skies’, gaining four star reviews, and extensive press coverage. Exuberant, hip swaying grooves and romantic melodic songs wrapped around Brazilian rhythms alongside musicianship of the highest order established her not only as a rhythmically inventive vocalist, but a supremely talented composer, songwriter, producer and lyricist; with her music Released March 2015, her critically acclaimed album ‘Outsiders Insiders’ is remarkably assured, polished and accomplished. Played on radio stations around the world (eg Australia, Mexico, Spain, Germany, South Africa, UK to name a few), and charting internationally on iTunes and Amazon, Emily has truly become a global force in the players alive” – Jazzwise Magazine (played with Courtney Pine, Mica Paris, Loose Ends), Steve Pringle, piano
(worked with Joss Stone, Michael Kiwanuka, Abram Wilson, Denys Baptiste), Paul Michael, bass (Julian Joseph).
Cotton Skies focuses on Brazilian rhythms – her take on songs from iconic composers Pascoal and Moreira are stunning. Outsiders Insiders confirms her as a true talent in the genre – two of her very own Brazilian tunes place a London twist on an upbeat samba and Baião tune; both Brazilian pop standards in the making. Outsiders Insiders driving basslines, sultry ballads, reflections of 60’s soul jazz and playful textures that together reflect her love of rhythm. Influences include Chick Corea, Airto Moreira and Portishead.


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