- Fleece Jazz
Fleece Jazz at Stoke by Nayland Hotel
KEEPING JAZZ LIVE FOR 24 YEARS: AT STOKE BY NAYLAND HOTEL Stoke by Nayland Hotel CO6 4PZ
GIGS  Fridays, doors open at 7:30pm

Tickets for the full programme at 01787 211865 or at WeGotTickets: buy wegottickets


A chronicle of the Side by Side benefit is available, with lots of pictures.

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Robert Habermann Sings Berlin
Robert Habermann

Robert Habermann takes his audience on a journey through some of the 20 th Century's greatest love songs and the stories behind them. He has met many of the actual writers! His show is punctuated with anecdotes and stories to make this a fun evening.

Robert Habermann vocals, Trevor Brown piano.

Robert Habermann is an accomplished singer/songwriter of The Great American and British Songbooks. He worked in the U.S.A where he was voted Best International Performer 1994 by the prestigious Manhattan Association of Cabarets of New York, resulting in several major tours.

Robert was the first major British singer to perform a concert to celebrate Frank Sinatra's 80 th Birthday at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Pianist Trevor Brown is known for his versatility and virtuosity. Trevor spent twenty years as pianist with the Joe Loss Orchestra. Nowadays he very much enjoys being part of The Syd Lawrence Orchestra.

Look out for a special guest!


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Derek Nash Sax Appeal
Derek Nash

Derek Nash's brilliant award winning band with 5 (yes five!) saxophones,will be a knock-out!

Derek Nash, Bob McKay, Scott Garland, Brandon Allen, Vasilis Xenopoulos Saxes, Pete Adams Keys, Phil Scragg Bass, Mike Bradley Drums

Derek is a member of the Jooles Holland Band, and often does the Fleece Jazz Christmas - New Year gig, fresh from recording Jooles's New Year's Eve TV show.

He is famed for his "Protect the Beat" and "Acoustic Quartet" line-ups; for "the Picant Latin Band" he bought here in March; as well as for tonight's "Sax Appeal", the "John Dankworth Award" winning line up he has led for 30 years.

Thelonious Monk's advice on jazz is that "You've got to dig it to dig it!". There is nothing better than Derek's music to start digging into Jazz - "You dig?".
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