“On Higher Ground”

I recently exchanged messages with Jonny Boston which brought back memories of a magical Jazz&Jazz YouTube I filmed a while ago at
The Bay Jazz Club.


The band featured Trefor Williams on “Big Bertha”, his beloved Double Bass, not too long before he himself reached Higher Ground.

The Jonny Boston Quartet


Jonny Boston – tenor sax clarinet / vocal

Mark van der Feen – piano

Pierre Dunker – double bass

Tom Nieuwenhuijse – drums

Jonny Boston also messaged:
“Enjoying your latest post of Temptation Rag. Love the bass clarinet. Below is
“Back Home Again in Indiana” newly released by the Quartet”.

Peter M Butler
Editor & Proprietor Jazz&Jazz


“Higher Ground” YouTube © Peter M Butler, Jazz&Jazz

Comments

  1. Jonny Boston says:

    Yes! Nice memories. Thanks for posting Peter 🙂

    • Peter Butler says:

      It’s nice to know a little of the origins of our talented young musicians. I first came across Johnny a good while ago at Abersoch GF, and, if I’m correct he was ‘discovered’ playing in the tunnels of London’s Underground tube stations ! Maybe Johnny might enlighten us on that ? Norm888
      Over to you, Jonny: http://www.jonnyboston.com

  2. norman gibson says:

    It’s nice to know a little of the origins of our talented young musicians. I first came across Johnny a good while ago at Abersoch GF, and, if I’m correct he was ‘discovered’ playing in the tunnels of London’s Underground tube stations ! Maybe Johnny might enlighten us on that ? Norm888

    • Peter Butler says:

      It’s nice to know a little of the origins of our talented young musicians. I first came across Johnny a good while ago at Abersoch GF, and, if I’m correct he was ‘discovered’ playing in the tunnels of London’s Underground tube stations ! Maybe Johnny might enlighten us on that ? Norm888
      Over to you, Jonny: http://www.jonnyboston.com

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