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Andy Hague 'Double Standards' Quartet

The Hen And Chicken in Bristol

Sunday 14th January 2018

8:15pm til 10:45pm (last entry 10:00pm)

Minimum Age: 14

Top local group playing lesser known standards and a mix of leaders originals

 
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Andy Hague 'Double Standards' Quartet on Sunday 14th January 2018

Andy Hague’s ‘Double Standards’ Quartet

The Hen & Chicken, 210 North St, Bristol, BS3 1JF

Sunday 14 January 2018

Doors 7.30, for 8.15pm start

£12/£10 (OAP’s/students) Jazz

Andy Hague (Trumpet & Flugelhorn), Jim Blomfield (Piano), Riaan Vosloo (Bass), Andy Tween (Drums)

We kick-off 2018 with one of Andy Hague’s latest projects; the Double Standards Quartet which aims to play some less often played standards from the likes of Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and Co, and mix that with some of the excellent Hague originals

Described as “one of Bristol’s most significant and best loved jazz talents” (The Jazz Mann) Andy Hague is one of the city’s favourite jazz musicians and a composer of real quality.

Andy has been at the heart of the Bristol jazz scene for over three decades, whether as the main-man of the well-established Bebop Club, leading a clutch of his own excellent bands – including; Horace Silver tribute band Silverado, Latin combo Conjunto Gringo and his own Andy Hague Quintet and Big Band – or contributing on trumpet or drums to Fatman Swings and Denny Illett’s Big Band

With a rock solid rhythm section and the ultra-talented Jim Blomfield at the piano we are in for a pretty good start to the New Year!

http://www.andyhague.co.uk/

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