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The Weave

Liverpool based sextet led by trumpeter and composer Martin Smith. Also featuring Anthony Peers (trumpet), Tony Ormesher (guitar), Rob Stringer (piano), Hugo Harrison (double bass) and Tilo Pirnbaum (drums).
Eponymous debut album released to considerable acclaim in 2013. Second album “Knowledge Porridge” released July 2015.


ARTIST REVIEWS
The Weave
The Weave

"With its mix of jazz styles, highly melodic writing and classy, confident playing this a thoroughly assured début from The Weave. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Knowledge Porridge
Knowledge Porridge

"Great tunes, a high standard of musicianship all round and some exceptional solos, all of this enlivened by a very healthy dollop of Liverpudlian wit and wisdom. The buzz continues to grow. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


The Weave, The Hive Music & Media Centre, Shrewsbury, 19/03/2016.
The Weave, The Hive Music & Media Centre, Shrewsbury, 19/03/2016.

"The Weave's blend of superb musicianship and slightly surreal Liverpudlian humour proved to be a winner all round."

4 out of 5

Live Review


The Weave, Hermon Chapel Arts Centre, Oswestry, Shropshire, 30/03/2018.
The Weave, Hermon Chapel Arts Centre, Oswestry, Shropshire, 30/03/2018.

"The Weave’s unique blend of accessible compositions, superb playing and Liverpudlian wit and wisdom sent the crowd home happy."

4 out of 5

Live Review


JAZZ MANN FEATURES

Sunday at Wall2Wall Jazz Festival, Abergavenny, September 1st 2019.

Sunday at Wall2Wall Jazz Festival, Abergavenny, September 1st 2019.

The final day of the Festival and performances from Tango Jazz Quartet, Renewal Choir and Claire Victoria Duo.


Saturday at  Wall2Wall Jazz Festival 2019, Melville Centre, Abergavenny, 31/08/2019.

Saturday at Wall2Wall Jazz Festival 2019, Melville Centre, Abergavenny, 31/08/2019.

Ian Mann on live performances by the Alex Goodyear Bop Septet, Chube with Dennis Rollins, and the Sarah Gillespie Sextet, plus a screening of the Chet Baker biopic "Born To Be Blue".


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