“Profoundly Blue”: The Walnut Tree Presents Adrian Cox’s Tribute to Edmund Hall

12 Noon, Sunday, 28th January

After a recent sell out at Ronnie Scott’s, Adrian brings his tribute to New Orleans
clarinet legend Edmund Hall to The Walnut Tree Jazz Club, Bliswort
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Edmund Hall

“Profoundly Blue” is Adrian Cox (Clarinet), Joe Webb (Piano), Simon Read (Double Bass) and Gethin Jones (Drums)

“Come rain, snow or high water, this session is a must – simply not to be missed! I know for sure that four fervent fans aim to travel up from Ramsgate and Sittingbourne in Kent especially to see Adrian, Joe, Simon and Gethin.” (Peter Butler, Editor, jazz&jazz.com) 

SUNDAY LUNCHTIME
12-2.30pm

STATION ROAD, BLISWORTH, NORTHANTS, NN7 3DS 

Great venue, three miles from J15 on M1.
Free parking, real ales, great hot food, bar snacks.
Top national and international jazz bands. 

ADMISSION: £10 on the door
TEL: 01604 858549

LIVE JAZZ … USE IT OR LOSE IT!
TAD NEWTON 01604 858549

www.tadnewtonsjazzfriends.com

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Comments

  1. Was lucky enough to catch Adrian Cox and his brilliant trio at The Spice of Life, What can I say but what a lovely afternoon of Jazz music. I have always followed Adrian’s playing in the various outfits, his time with T.J. JOHNSON was always a joyous affair. Never the less the current trio is of a different class. Joe Webb the piano player plays such swinging and melodic piano (shades of Ralph Sutton). Adrian Cox was referred to as London’s most charismatic reeds man. Too right in every way. If you love jazz from the heart get out and see this outfit .

    • Peter Butler says:

      Hi David, Adrian was at Bedford Golf Club last night with Profoundly Blue. Brilliant! I’ll be posting YouTubes I filmed but I plan to film him Joe, Simon and Gethin again at The Walnut on Sunday. Hope to film again there.

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