Meet The Charlie Pyne Quartet

I was privileged to meet and film Charlie Pyne back in March, 2015, accompanying herself on bass along with Dave Keech’s “Close To The Bone Quintet” at The Walnut Tree, Blisworth.

Now I’m pleased to announce that The Charlie Pyne Quartet will be starring at
“Jazz Up!” Club 85 Hitchin, Hertfordshire on Saturday 27th April 2019.

Charlie grew up in Hitchin, went through Wilshere Dacre, Highfield and Knights Templar Schools, and was heavily involved in the local music scene through the Hitchin Light Orchestra and Herts County Music Services before she moved to London to study in 2005. She is now a rising star on the contemporary jazz scene and a consummate professional musician.

Charlie’s music combines riffs, kaleidoscopic harmony and memorable tunes, mixing contemporary jazz with influences from rock and tango. Her new album “Dancing Shadows” is out now and available on all platforms. Featuring Luke Pinkstone on saxes, Liam Dunachie on piano and Katie Patterson on drums, Dancing Shadows is a collection of thoughtful, melodic songs with lots of groove and an atmosphere of story telling.

Charlie has played with artists such as Yazz Ahmed, Noel Langley, Nigel Hitchcock, Brigitte Beraha, Shirley Smart, Karen Street, Nikki Isles, Sophie Alloway, Tori Freestone,
Alcyona Mick and Martin France.

The Charlie Pyne Quartet
Charlie Pyne (Vocals, bass)
Luke Pinkstone (saxophones)
Liam Dunachie (piano)
Katie Patterson (drums)

Peter M Butler
Editor Jazz&Jazz
(Courtesy of [email protected])

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