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Anti Social Jazz Club presents Chip Wickham 'Shamal Wind' Tour tickets

Liverpool Everyman Theatre in Liverpool

Friday 22nd June 2018

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Anti Social Jazz Club and Everyman Theatre proudly presents Chip Wickham live at the Everyman Bistro as part of his 'Shamal Wind' tour.

 
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Anti Social Jazz Club presents Chip Wickham 'Shamal Wind' Tour on Friday 22nd June 2018

Anti Social Jazz Club and Everyman Theatre proudly presents Chip Wickham live at the Everyman Bistro as part of his 'Shamal Wind' tour.

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Shamal Wind combines Chip Wickham͛s globetrotting, spiritual jazz expeditions with hard-won schoolings in the funk. On this new album, the sax, flute player and producer͛s second long-player for Madrid-based imprint Lovemonk, Chip continues the rapid ascent, which started, with his debut, La Sombra, in 2017. Chip spent his formative years in Manchester͛s close-knit jazz scene from the early ͚90s and now, after years in Madrid, divides his time between the UK, Spain and Doha having undertaken a momentous life-changing experience upending his whole outlook on life and music.

Recorded across a week in Madrid last July, he brought in special guest Matthew Halsall and a band – made up of both Spanish players, and UK musicians based in Spain – who were part of the same soul-jazz-influenced circle he helped cultivate while based there. The record nods to spiritual jazz influences like Yusef Lateef, and rests on Chip͛s many-sided experience as a musician: he͛s played with Nightmares On Wax, Dwight Trible and been chosen to be part of the Craig Charles Fantasy Funk Band, spanning trip-hop experiments to heavy-hitting funk heavyweights.

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'Made for the dancefloor but with a deep, spiritual yearning, 'Snake Eyes' is a bold statement' Clash

'So, so, good' Gilles Peterson

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Funk, Jazz

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