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Bad Ass Brass at Seven

steve crocker uploaded this event on July 18, 2015

Where

Seven
31a Harrogate Rd
Leeds
Map
00 44 113 26 26 777

When

Sun, October 18, 2015
13:30

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Name of event: Bad Ass Brass
Date: SUN Oct 18th
Venue: Seven Arts
Start Time: 1.30pm
Ticket Price: £7/5 conc.
Description: This is a Seven Jazz Unplugged gig. Firm favourite on Jazz FM and performing to sell-out crowds Bass Ass Brass are a unique fusion of styles, creating a jazz brass band experience like no other. A Seven Jazz Unplugged gig
Jon Stokes trombone/vocals, Jean-Paul Gervasoni, Paul Munday & Gavin Broom trumpets, Sam Bullard and Gemma Moore saxophones, Mike Poyser sousaphone Jimmy Norden drums.
Bad Ass Brass is fast becoming recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting ensembles on the UK Jazz scene. The band takes its influences from the four corners of the globe resulting in a unique fusion of styles that creates a musical experience like no other. The 8 members of Bad Ass Brass met whilst studying at the UK’s top conservatoires and comprise some of the hottest musicians working in London today. Each member brings their own style to the band but with a collective focus on creating incredible original music performed to the highest standard. In the words of Jazz FM; “If you want to be blown away by British jazz then look no further than Bad Ass Brass.”...

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