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The Word from Mose Allison—The songs of Mose Allison: Words of Wisdom from the jazz sage—Friday 1st September 2017

On Friday 1st September 2017 at 8pm (doors 7.30pm) I have the pleasure of playing with the Chris Ingham Quartet at Jazz at the Hunter Club, 6 St Andrews Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3PH presenting an evening of songs by the wonderful Mose Allison. Tickets are £12 / £6 (u25)

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You can also get tickets at this link.

The blues-jazz composer Mose Allison (1927-2016) was a singular artist whose wry, laconic songs (Parchman Farm, Everybody's Cryin' Mercy, Young Man Blues) were hugely influential beyond the jazz world while remaining unique in jazz history. British blues-jazz legend Georgie Fame rated him “more important than Bob Dylan.”

The Chris Ingham Quartet, noted for their acclaimed interpretations of the music of Hoagy Carmichael and Dudley Moore, turn their attention to the Word from Mose.

CHRIS INGHAM piano/vocal

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