Mick Hanson is one of the UK’s leading exponents of jazz guitar and will be at Jazznights in Clare, Suffolk Sunday 13th June

Mick Hanson will be appearing at The Bell Hotel, Clare, Suffolk 13 June 2010 from 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM Mick Hanson

Formerly from the local area, Mick moved on to establish himself as one of the major players on the UK jazz guitar scene with his duo performances with Dave Newton and in the trio Organic Matters. His forte is hard-swinging, straight-ahead jazz with a contemporary Blue Note school approach.

Mick Hanson is one of the UK’s leading exponents of jazz guitar. His unique style is a masterful fusion of his early blues roots with the honest swinging jazz of the 50’s and 60’s. Mick has worked and recorded with many of the worlds best known performers including Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis, Dick Morrissey, Brian Dee, Gordon Beck and Dave Newton, and recorded two critically acclaimed albums as a leader.

Mick will be accompanied by the Roger Odell Jazznights Trio. Larraine Odell will open the gig with her 30-minute set of vocal standards. The mid-evening sitting-in spot is open to all.

Admission: £7 (£4 students) Ticket sales: At the door.
There is a special rate of £45 per room for those wishing to stay over for the night (excludes Bank Holiday weekends) and excellent food is available – order at the downstairs bar and it can be delivered to your table.

If you wish to reserve seating for the jazz call 01787 237653 and your table will be held until 8.00pm.

Unfortunately we will be away again and unable to attend this gig. If any one  would like to send us any notes or reviews on the gig, it would be appreciated. Email dancerp@gmail.com

For further details go to www.jazz-nights.com

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