This month at Epsom Jazz Club... 

Allison Neale:

Colin Oxley
Jeremy Brown
Matt Fishwick

Thursday, JUNE 27TH, DOORS 7:00, MUSIC 7:30pm

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Our new address is: The Comrades Club, The Parade, Epsom, KT18 5BT


June 27th 2024

American-born altoist Allison Neale’s beautifully-crafted lines evoke the spirit of Paul Desmond and Art Pepper, with whom she has a particular affinity. For this special project, Neale and guitarist Colin Oxley recreate the magical pairing of Paul Desmond (best known for his long-standing association with Dave Brubeck) and Jim Hall (guitarist with Sonny Rollins). Drawing from these influences, they explore their own unique musical partnership while staying true to the nature of the original recordings, beautiful in their simplicity and elegance. A strong advocate of the melodic West Coast style, Allison has performed alongside leading international artists such as Adelaide Hall and Bud Shank, US tenorist Scott Hamilton, and more recently, in collaboration with New York guitarist Peter Bernstein, who appears on her critically acclaimed new CD ‘Quietly There’. 

Allison and Colin will be joined by double bassist Jeremy Brown, who we are thrilled to have back at the club after his appearance earlier this year with Alan Barnes, and the superb Matt Fishwick on drums. This has the makings of a very special show. Our last three dates this year have sold out so please grab a ticket early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available now via the usual link above.

Full line up is as follows:

Sax - Allison Neale
Guitar - Colin Oxley
Double bass - Jeremy  Brown
Drums - Matt Fishwick

It's worth noting that Epsom Jazz Club has been launched as a not-for-profit community project, with the sole ambition of bringing Nationally and Internationally renowned Jazz Musicians to venues in the Borough of Epsom and Ewell, Surrey.

Other than our nominal promotional and venue/equipment hire expenses, all the ticket revenues go directly to the professional musicians.

It is never intended that Epsom Jazz Club be a private entity or profit-making. In fact, we are a subsidary of Epsom Music (Registered Charity  No. 1197449).

Should ticket revenues exceed event expenses, we seek to either make improvements to our concert evenings or introduce some discounts for the young.

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Bringing live Jazz music to venues in Epsom and Ewell

Epsom Jazz Club supports the effort to raise funds for Jazz Clubs up and down the country - see the Grassroots Jazz  website for more information.