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Copasetic Foundation - live shows scheduled for August, September and October 2021.

Sunday, June 20, 2021

The Copasetic Foundation, founded by pianist Alex Webb, has a number of live shows by a variety of artists scheduled at a range of venues during August , September & October. Details attached.

We have received the following press release;


Press release from the Copasetic Foundation

 

Summer’s here – at last - and finally the music scene is opening up again.  Nonetheless, all the venues below are still taking the pandemic very seriously and assure us that these concerts are safe for customers and musicians alike.

 

Tues 3 August Pizza Express, Dean St London W1:  Quintet Blue, featuring Denys Baptiste (tenor sax) and Nigel Price (guitar).  Two of the UK’s greatest jazz improvisers join forces with a rhythm section led by Alex Webb to play the grooviest music of the 50s and 60s - tunes by Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, Ahmad Jamal and lots of blues! For tickets and info: https://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/whats-on/quintet-blue


Sat 14 August The Bear Club, Luton: Tony Kofi’s ‘A Portrait of Cannonball’ 
Alto boss Tony Kofi’s acclaimed tribute to saxophonist Cannonball Adderley returns with Andy Davies (trumpet), Alex Webb (piano), Andrew Cleyndert (bass) and Alfonso Vitale (drums).  Their album, ‘Another Kind of Soul’, won the Presto Music prize for one the top jazz albums of 2020.
For tickets and info:  https://www.the-bear.club/intro


Sunday 22 August (lunchtime) Ronnie Scott’s, Soho, London: Tony Kofi’s ‘A Portrait of Cannonball’ 
For tickets and info: https://www.ronniescotts.co.uk/performances/view/6425-sunday-jazz-lunch-a-portrait-of-cannonball-feat-tony-kofi


Fri 3 September Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec, Newington Butts, London SE11: Quintet Blue, featuring Denys Baptiste (tenor sax) and Nigel Price (guitar).  Two of the UK’s greatest jazz improvisers join forces with a rhythm section led by Alex Webb to play the grooviest music of the 50s and 60s - tunes by Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, Ahmad Jamal and lots of blues!  For tickets and info: https://www.toulouselautrec.co.uk/


Fri 8 Oct Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec, Newington Butts, London SE11: Tony Kofi’s ‘A Portrait of Cannonball’ . For tickets and info: https://www.toulouselautrec.co.uk/


As usual, all Copasetic productions and gigs are listed here:
https://copaseticfoundation.org/upcoming-events/

 

Best wishes from the Copasetic Foundation
http://www.copaseticfoundation.org