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“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 3) - An interview with John Marshall.

“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 3) - An interview with John Marshall.

Pending his 2019 Cheltenham Jazz Festival gig with John Surman's Brass Project John talks more about his work with Soft Machine & with Surman, Eberhard Weber & others. He also picks his top ten CDs.


“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 2) - An interview with John Marshall.

“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 2) - An interview with John Marshall.

In the second part of his interview with guest contributor Trevor Bannister John establishes himself on the 1960s London jazz and session scene and gets the call from Soft Machine.


JAZZ MANN NEWS

Philip Clouts Quartet Spring Tour 2019.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Composer and pianist Philip Clouts will be touring the UK with his quartet in April and May 2019. Press release attached

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EFG London Jazz Festival 2019 - first shows announced.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

The first shows have been announced for the 2019 EFG London Jazz Festival which will run from 15th to 24th November. Artists include Jan Garbarek, Makaya McCraven, Lars Danielsson, Eliane Elias.

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Laila Biali wins Juno Award.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

The ACT recording artist, singer, pianist and songwriter Laila Biali has received the Juno Award, Canada’s most important, cross-genre music prize for her self-titled 2018 debut album.

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