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Dereham Jazz Society Presents Lakeside Jazz

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Dereham Jazz Society promotes Lakeside Jazz every Wednesday at The Lakeside Country Club, Quarry Lane, Lyng, Norfolk NR9 5RS

Doors open 7.00pm, Music starts at 8.00 until 10.30pm

Comfortable surroundings with Meals and Bar facilities available, excellent parking

At various venues, we have had 12 continuous years of presenting the best in live jazz. All styles are catered for, including mainstream, modern, big band and traditional jazz.

Contacts 01328 863511 or 01362 696741 or 01328 820179

What's on at Lakeside

26 January 2011—Strut your stuff at our

New Year Party and Jam Night

Welcome to our party night, (delayed by December's snow) when jazz musicians—all instruments and abilities—are welcome to sit in with the house quartet. Always a happy social event, complete with buffet, seasonal raffle and a wealth of jazz talent our New Year Jam is bound banish those winter blues.

Simon Brown, piano; Martin Eaton, tenor sax and master of ceremonies; Ivars Galenieks, bass; Bob Dor, drums.

Admission 10 includes buffet | Participating musicians free

2 February—Foot-tapping entertainment

The Martin Eaton Sextet

Put a Spring in your step with this swinging sextet. Tenorist Martin Eaton describes his music as 'pure driving entertainment.' Martin displays his vocal talent on a mix of Louis Jordan and Nat Cole favourites

Martin Eaton, tenor sax and vocals; Derek Cubitt, tenor sax and clarinet; Phil Brooke, guitar; Simon Brown, piano; Mike Harris, bass; Brian McAllister, drums

Admission 10

9 February—'Ben Webster is my influence'

Heinz Hunt and Chris Ingham

One of the delights of our 2010 season was the concert Heinz gave with the Chris Ingham Trio, so here it is again. If you love your jazz in a pre-bebop, melodic style, tonight is specially for you.

Heinz Hunt, tenor sax and flute; Chris Ingham, piano; Ivars Galenieks, bass; Russ Morgan, drums

Admission 10

16 February—Jazz, New Orleans Style

Barry Tyler's Original Dixieland Jazz Band

Always promoting the 'true sounds of New Orleans,' Barry Tyler will take us back to the roots of jazz. The Essex-based Dixielanders conclusively demonstrate that good jazz is not the exclusive property of any one era. Fine music delivered with good humour.

Barry Tyler, percussion; Simon Nelson, cornet; Bob Alcoe, trombone; Carl Wirman, reeds; Bill Gyford, banjo, guitar and vocals; Paul Coulten, bass.

Admission 10

23 February—Classic Big Band Jazz

Eastern Bloc Jazz Orchestra

Eastern Bloc is a barnstorming seventeen-piece jazz orchestra which made its debut for in 1998. Lead by drummer Bob Dor, Eastern Bloc includes many of the top jazz musicians from our region. Bob has used his lifelong experience to create what he considers to be the quintessential big band format.

Admission 10

2 March—Master of melodic jazz guitar

The Phil Brooke Quartet

An unassuming giant of the jazz guitar, Phil is the first accompanist requested by many visiting star musicians and has performed for our jazz club from the very first sessions and is increasingly appearing as leader of his own group. The highly acclaimed trumpeter, Paul Higgs will share front line duties.

Phil Brooke, guitar; Paul Higgs, trumpet; Ivars Galenieks, bass; Brian MacAllister, drums

Admission 10

9 March—One of the top USA Vocalists

Marlene VerPlanck

Beginning her latest UK and European tour with us at Lakeside, Marlene will present a superb collection of songs, new and old. A straight-ahead swinging vocalist, with a wide range, good diction and a pure quality, Marlene tells her stories with a jazz-oriented musical background. She has been singing long enough to know her audience and, accompanied by her regular musicians, delivers the kind of performance which always pleases.

Marlene Ver Planck, vocals; John Pearce, piano; Paul Morgan, bass

Admission Only 10

16 March—Swinging in the Hot Club style

Tim Kliphuis

Dutch violinist Tim Kliphuis can sound uncannily like the late Strephon Grappelli when he wants to. Rather than attempting any slavish replication, Tim, a master of the fiddle in his own right, approaches the Grappelli legacy with a very personal musical voice, His concerts serve up a sparkling array of standards, often with swing adaptations of classical pieces. With regular appearances in our region, Tim has built a large and appreciative audience. Our advice is to arrive early!

Tim Kliphuis, violin; Phil Brooke, guitar; Simon Brown, piano Mike Harris, bass

Admission 10

23 March—Driving Big Band excitement

The Horn Factory

Gill Burgoyne and The Horn Factory, make a welcome return to Lakeside. This exciting, Ipswich based 17-piece big band gig widely in Essex and Suffolk. Their up-to-the minute programme includes standards, latin and modern big band charts from greats such as Phil Collins and Gordon Goodwin.

Admission 10

30 March—Back by popular request

Buddy's Review

Drummer Graeme Culham's Buddy's Review has he admirable intention of presenting an up-to-date tribute to the drumming style and music of the late, great Buddy Rich. Graeme's sextet performs tunes based on and transcribed from Buddy's original charts. The scope is enormous. Graeme's drumming has always been influenced by his hero, Buddy Rich and the skill and talent of this band does full justice to the memory of a great jazzman.

Chris Lamberti, trumpet; Zak Barrett and Gareth Lumbers, saxophones; Dan Banks, piano; Andy Staples, bass; Graeme Culham, drums

Admission 10

Details of all events and participating musicians are correct at the time of printing. Occasionally changes from the published details are necessary. Feel free to check before attending.
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