When not being distracted by touring with Kasabian or working on the cool contemporary sound of The Duval Project, trumpet player Gary Alesbrook is actually a jazz man. His latest CD “Jazz In Movies” was released to critical acclaim last year and celebrates those early influences. It features music from Ennio Morricone to Burt Bacharach. All treated with respect and swinging gusto. His second album is set for release this year and has already attracted high profile artists to guest on it.
Tonight Gary will be playing with the incredible vocalist Elliott Cole whose voice has attracted international recognition for many years. Leigh Coleman’s notoriety as an artist has risen with remarkable alacrity over the last couple of years. Seeing him travel around the UK and Europe singing with and supporting Joss Stone, Solomon Burke, and performances alongside Sandie Shaw, Beverly Knight and Ronnie Scotts Natalie Williams.
Tonight they will be exploring the west coast jazz scene with music from Chet Baker to Bill Evans.
They are joined by the awesome rhythm section of Anders Olinder on keys, Chris Jones on Bass and Scott Hammond on drums.