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Becki Biggins Quartet at Jazz at Future Inn

Future Inns Jazz Club in Bristol

Thursday 22nd November 2018

8:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Grammy nominated jazz singer Becki Biggins and her quartet play from their album It's a Man's World


Becki Biggins Quartet at Jazz at Future Inn on Thursday 22nd November 2018

It’s a Man’s World is a new project by Grammy-Nominated Jazz Singer and Songwriter Becki Biggins. Inspired by blues and gospel music (arriving at gospel-tinged jazz pop) Becki decided to pair up with Hammond maestro John-Paul Gard to bring old songs to new audiences; material is inspired, written and made famous by men, with songs by Billy Joel, Glen Campbell, Elvis and Frank Sinatra, as well as fitting originals by Becki herself.

Becki is a respected songwriter, having co-written three US albums with writer/producer Paul Hardcastle (19, The Wizard), all of which went to No.1 in the US Jazz Charts. Her own compositions for this project showcase her unique take on the relationships of both herself and others; You Should Be Married By Now, with its boogaloo beat, is a prime example of both her witty humour and novel take on the subject of tying the knot, while You Can’t Be Too Happy is a Norah Jones-esque country/gospel word-to-the-wise.

John-Paul Gard is an accomplished hammond organ player, who fronts his own trio as well as performing with The Lee Goodall Trio and The Jon Dalton Organ Trio, based in Venice Beach, CA. Their latest album, Warm Ghosts in a Cold World is currently climbing the US jazz charts. JP has also recorded his own solo album, Come on Rita, and is endorsed by Roland UK and Electro Harmonix USA.

Toby Perrett (drums) has been playing around Bristol and further afield with groups as diverse as Within These Vessels and trad-jazzers The Rhythm Pencils. He currently plays with hammond groups The John-Paul Gard Trio, and monthly at the Old Fishmarket with Manuals of Fire. He is also a member of Hippo, who have just released an EP and completed a UK tour.

Ben Waghorn (tenor saxophone) began playing in local bands in Bristol at the age of 14 and is now one of the most well-respected and in-demand saxophonists the UK has to offer. He has performed and recorded with bands including Kasabian, Goldfrapp and Portishead, and has performed in West End shows including West Side Story and Chicago. He has played alongside John Critchenson, John Etheridge, Damon Brown, Andy Sheppard, Gilad Atzmon and Steve Waterman, and is a member of the John-Paul Gard Trio.

This performance will be the very first time that a Bristol audience has heard the band’s new material; it’s a night not to be missed and promises to showcase some exciting new music from home-grown musicians. BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW!

Becki Biggins - Vocals
John-Paul Gard - Hammond organ
Toby Perrett - Drums
Ben Waghorn – Tenor Sax

‘Becki Biggins; great lass, great talent’ - Sir Michael Parkinson

‘Biggins is blessed with a seductive, golden-timbres set of pipes’ - Jazzwise

‘A gifted and likeable vocalist of immense charm and sensitivity’ - Jazz FM

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Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 10/5 students (Additional fees may apply)

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