The Verdict

Brighton's only purpose-built jazz venue, 159 Edward Street, BN2 0JB  




live jazz on Wednesdays, Fridays and some Saturdays

 student discounts - door/food 7.0 pm - music 8.30

 




CAFE     |     BAR     |     FOOD     |     JAZZ    |    COMEDY



 Wednesday 1st April  IN SESSION  £free

Wayne McConnell Trio + guests + jam  
 Wayne McConnell (piano)  Eddie Myer (bass)  Milo Fell (drums)

 
sampler     I'm Old Fashioned     more youtubes

 

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 Friday 3rd, £15/12   BOOK ONLINE

 

Ex-messenger with southern A-team
Jean Toussaint
 (tenor & soprano sax)
+
Jonathan Gee (piano)
Simon Thorpe (bass)
Spike Wells (drums)
 
Born in the US Virgin Islands and raised in New York, Grammy-winning US jazz saxophone giant Jean Toussaint began his international career as a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in 1982. After four and a half years in the band alongside Terence Blanchard, Donald Harrison, Lonnie Plaxico and Mulgrew Miller, he settled in London, quickly becoming a key figure in British jazz. Toussaint has maintained a considerable presence as bandleader in Europe, especially in Britain and France, and worked in the groups of Americans such as McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, Cedar Walton and Gil Evans.

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