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Big Chief

Long running London based band that fuses elements of jazz, funk and blues. Their 1997 debut album “It Don’t Make Sense” re-issued on Janus Sounds, March 2014.


ARTIST REVIEWS
It Don’t Make Sense
It Don’t Make Sense

"Gritty, honest, unpretentious music of the kind that made the band such a popular live attraction. Funky, bluesy, sometimes jazzy, but always infectiously enjoyable."

3 out of 5

Album Review


JAZZ MANN FEATURES

Emulsion Festival VI, Day Two, Gateway Arts & Education Centre, Shrewsbury, 16/06/2018.

Emulsion Festival VI, Day Two, Gateway Arts & Education Centre, Shrewsbury, 16/06/2018.

Ian Mann enjoys this cross genre Festival founded by saxophonist Trish Clowes and featuring newly commissioned music from Nikki Iles and Robert Mitchell.


‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry’, University of Reading London Road Campus, 11/05/2018

‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry’, University of Reading London Road Campus, 11/05/2018

Guest contributor Trevor Bannister's thoughts on a night of jazz & film to celebrate Tubby Hayes with the Simon Spillett Quartet and the acclaimed film documentary "‘Tubby Hayes: A Man in a Hurry".


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