|Tuesday, 18th December 2007|
Blow the Fuse Jazz Club at the Drill Hall
with our very special guest Mark Lockheart
Described as a distinctive and creative saxophonist crossing the boundaries of the jazz, new music and folk worlds, Lockheart played in Loose Tubes and currently features in award winning group Polar Bear.
“Lockheart is a consummate saxophonist and a original and versatile composer” The Rough Guide to Jazz.
With Deirdre Cartwright (gtr) Alison Rayner (bass) Mike Pickering (drums)
16 Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX
box office: 020 7307 5060 ?15 / ?10 concessions
BTF? – FYI
I started Blow the Fuse in 1989 with Alison Rayner after The Guest Stars split up because we wanted to play regularly with friends and musicians of a similar spirit. Blow the Fuse has grown into one of London?s most successful independent jazz nights, known for its enthusiastic and supportive audiences.
The club ran for nearly 10 years at the old Vortex in Stoke Newington Church Street,
and is currently running at the Drill Hall in Chenies Street WC1
? It is the friendliest and most attentive jazz club crowd in London.?
Dave Gelly, Observer
The club features an interesting line up of guests, ‘best in contemporary jazz and beyond’ infused with the Blow the Fuse spirit of collaboration and spontaneity.