Don’t forget that the jazz night at Splinter @ The Bridge Hotel is hosting The Claire Kelly Trio this Sunday 17th Feb. With Mark Williams, guitar and Neil Harland on bass, it is another great night to look forward to. £6 entry, doors 7.30pm (sorry no wheelchair access). See you there!
Just a quick reminder that we are open for business as usual this coming Sunday when we will be hosting the Claire Kelly Trio.
What a brilliant night from Nik Svarc and his great band, Martin Longhawn on keyboards and Steve Hanley on drums. This extremely talented bunch of musicians are a must-see, so keep your eyes peeled for their gig listings, https://www.facebook.com/nicksvarc
Quite simply one of the best nights I have experienced in a long time, I think the version below of John Scofield’s “Let The Cat Out” even surpasses the original. More videos soon.
Don’t forget, there is no jazz at Splinter @ The Bridge this Sunday the 10th Feb. On Sunday 17th Feb it is business as usual with The Claire Kelly Trio. See you there!
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American blues artist Kirsten Thien
– on her UK debut. It isn’t jazz, but it’s a great number and Kirsten had our very own Mark Williams on guitar, Andy Champion, bass guitar and Adrian Tilbrook on drums. Playing the Forum Music Centre Darlington UK