All That Jazz 2019

Thursday 27 June

“Ask An American”
Authentic Mississippi blues
Graham Farnworth, Clementine Brown, Sam Pert, Pete Bennie, Joao Mello
“The Swamp Stomp String Band”
Does what it says on the tin
Jake Watson (guitar/banjo), George Pearson (double bass), Hannah Davis (percussion)

Friday 28 June

The Andy Dickens Jazz Band
Andy Dickens (trumpet, flugelhorn and vocals), Al Nicholls (tenor), Tim Huskisson (piano), Manuel Alvarez (bass) and Rod Brown (drums).
Festival favourites. The incomparable good time jazz maestro with an all star band
Two sets with an interval
The Julian Marc Stringle Trio
Julian Marc Stringle (clarinet, tenor and vocals), Nigel Price (guitar), Chris Dodd (bass)
It doesn’t get much better than this. Three world class musicians
Two sets with an interval

Saturday 29 June

Umbrella Parade Led by ”The Old Jelly Rollers” followed by two sets in the Marquee. Brilliant young musicians with a passion for the music of New Orleans
Louise Balkwill (vocals), Tom Quicke (trumpet), Hannah Hever (clarinet),
Laura Impallomeni (trombone), Adam Chinery (banjo), Martin Lee Thomson (tuba),
Rod Oughton (drums)
The Zoë Gilby Quartet.
The finest jazz vocalist in the North East with a fine backing trio
Zoë Gilby (vocals), Mark Williams (guitar), Andy Champion (double bass),
Richard Brown (drums)
Second set by the Zoë Gilby Quartet
The Allison Neale West Coast Quartet
The finest exponent of West Coast Jazz with an all star Quartet
Allison Neale (alto and flute), Alex Bryson (piano),
Dave Chamberlain (bass), Matt Fishwick (drums)

Sunday 30 June

Lunchtime Solo performance by the great Martin Litton
Bring your lunch into the marquee. Two sets with an interval.
“The Fallen Heroes”
Featuring Ben Martyn and Emile Martyn
Bringing a modern take on the current blues and jazz music of New Orleans
“O’Higgins and Luft Play Monk and Trane”
Dave O’Higgins (tenor), Rob Luft (guitar)
Two of the UK’s finest playing music from their highly acclaimed CD
The Ast/Gutierrez Duo with Special Star Guest Stan Sulzmann
Including songs from their debut album “Secret Songs”. Acclaimed throughout Europe
Miriam Ast (vocals), Victor Gutierrez (piano), Stan Sulzmann (tenor)
Second set from Ast/Gutierrez with Stan Sulzmann
“Sweet Chorus”
Two sets with an interval from the most versatile guitarist in the UK with an all star quartet
John Etheridge (guitar), Chris Garrick (violin),
Dave Kelbie (rhythm guitar), Andy Crowdy (bass)

NB Artists and timings may be subject to change