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Jazz at The Flute and Tankard, Cardiff - programme for February and March 2019.

Saturday, February 09, 2019


Flute and Tankard Gig listings for February and March.


Flute and Tankard
4 Windsor Place,
Cardiff CF10 3BX
Start 9.00pm ish - 11pm ish
Admission £7/ Students £5


Tuesday 12th February -  Banshee - usual brilliant free improv jam session. Joe Northwood (sax) Aeddan Williams (bass) and Paulo Adamo (drums). And any musician who wants to contribute -  (open floor gig)

Wednesday 13th February - Jamie Davies Quartet - Barry McCormack (guitar) Jamie (drums) Aeddan Williams (d bass) and Michael Blanchfield (piano). For you to enjoy standards and the meld of Irish, Welsh and Student performance.

Tuesday 19th February - Group Listening - Paul Jones (piano, keys etc) Stephen Black (Clarinet). Highly acclaimed music that I am sure will amaze you. 

Wednesday 20th February - Duski One Shot - Aidan Thorne (d bass) Mark O’Connor (drums) Greg Sterland (sax) and Nia Lynn (voice). bring Music from Twin Peaks and other Dark Places. A night not to be missed.

Tuesday 26th February - Jessica Radcliffe - Remembrance - Jessica (voice) Tom Dennis (trumpet) Sam James (piano) Joe Downard (bass) Will Glaser(drums). Guest Mark Lockheart.(t Sax & clarinet). Another wonderful group on a UK tour come to The Flute and Tankard.

Wednesday 27th February - Nick Malcolm Quartet - JADE - Nick (trumpet) Jake McMurchie (t sax) Will Harris (Bass) Ric Yarborough (drums & samples).Nick brings this touring band to Cardiff. Brilliant write-ups, something to get your teeth into.


Tuesday 5th March   RWCMD -
1st set -  Maria Fox Trio - Maria (harp), Ben Manning (bass), Alex Goodyear (drums)
2nd set - Peter Johnson Band -  Peter (Trombone), John Close (guitar) Joe Richardson (bass) Alex Goodyear (drums)


Wednesday 6th March    
Phil Donkin - Master Frown - Phil (d bass), Joris Roelofs (Bass Clarinet), Wanja Slavin (sax) Martin France (drums)


Tuesday 12th March
Iain Ballamy Tio - Iain (sax) hopefully Yuri Goloubev (bass) and again hopefully Mark O’Connor (drums) bring their unique music to The Flute and Tankard. 
 

Wednesday 13th March   Sister George - A UK/France Based group Bring back to life the music of Georges Brassens. Felix Lipen (guitar/vocals), Louis Geffroy (drums) and Lucy Tasker (clarinet)
 

Tuesday 19th March   Ollendorff/Hitchcock/Downard/Michel Group
Tom Ollendorff (guitar), Alex Hitchock (sax), Joe Downard (bass) and Mark Michel (drums) 
 

Wednesday 20th March     RWCMD -
1st set - Alex Lockheart Quartet - Alex (guitar) Michael Blanchfield (piano) Ben Manning (bass) Eddie Jones West (drums) play music from the Kurt Rosenwinkel’s album “Intuit”
2nd set - What The Helliwell - Paul Helliwell (sax), Rachel Head (sax), Nathan Steele (guitar) Michael Blanchfield (piano), Ben Manning (bass),Alex Birch (drums) Originals influenced by music of Hermeto Pascoal and Go Go Penguin.                                 


Tuesday 26th March    
Vula Viel -  DO NOT BE AFRAID - Bex Birch brings you music. Bex African Xylophone (made from sacred Lligar wood)  Ruth Goller (electric bass) Jim Hart (drums)..   
 

Wednesday 27th March     Dave Jones Quartet - Dave (piano) Ben Waghorn Ashley Long (d/bass) Andy Hague (saxes)



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