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Adrian Cox,’ Profoundly Blue’ at The Verdict Jazz Club, Brighton.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Website: http://www.verdictjazz.co.uk


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From Adrian Cox via Facebook;


MAR
17
7.00 pm
Adrian Cox: Profoundly Blue
Public · Hosted by Roxanne at The Verdict and Adrian Cox Music


Roxanne at The Verdict
159 Edward Street, BN2 0JB Brighton.


Roxanne at The Verdict proudly presents Adrian Cox: Profoundly Blue


Profoundly Blue is a highly-acclaimed concert celebrating the traditional hot jazz music of Louisiana-born clarinettist Edmond Hall. The show features leading UK clarinet star Adrian Cox with his first-class band; Joe Webb (piano), Simon Read (double bass) and Gethin Jones (drums).


The title Profoundly Blue comes from the 1941 hit album which featured Hall, along with Meade Lux Lewis and Charlie Christian. Cox leads the quartet with this as a starting point and continues through a programme of lesser known tunes from the albums Rumpus on Rampart Street and Petit Fleur. Together they bring to life a fine selection of Hall’s work with Eddie Condon, Teddy Wilson and of course, Louis Armstrong, in this fantastic tribute to one of the true legends of jazz.


Doors @ 7PM for kitchen & bar
Performance @8PM



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