The Jazz Mann | Paul Edis Sextet | Artist Profile | The Jazz Mann

Accessibility Menu

ARTIST PROFILE

Paul Edis Sextet

Group led by North East based pianist and composer Paul Edis. Other members are Graham Hardy (trumpet, flugelhorn), Graeme Wilson (saxes), Chris Hibbard (trombone), Mick Shoulder (bass) and Adam Sinclair (drums).
Debut album “There Will be Time” released 2012, followed by “Mr Hipster” (2014).


ARTIST REVIEWS
There Will Be Time
There Will Be Time

"Exhibits much promise. The album borrows heavily from Monk, Blakey and others but Edis brings enough of himself to the proceedings, particularly on the slower numbers, to keep it interesting."

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Mr Hipster
Mr Hipster

"Another impressive statement from Edis. His numerous influences cohere to create a convincing whole and the entire album is shot through with a sense of fun that can only add to its appeal. "

4 out of 5

Album Review


JAZZ MANN FEATURES

Film Review;  “Blue Note Records ; Beyond The Notes” directed by Sophie Huber.

Film Review;  “Blue Note Records ; Beyond The Notes” directed by Sophie Huber.

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the founding of Blue Note Records in 1939 this is absolutely essential viewing for anybody with even the slightest interest in jazz.


U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

Nashville, Tennessee musician (Adult Contemporary / Jazz / Singer - Songwriter), Scott Gray is releasing his new video “Someday” via The Jazz Mann.


JAZZ MANN RECOMMENDS