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Rank #51 UK LONDON, UK Jazz / soul / electronica

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Sounds Like: Omar lyefook, Courtney Pine, Cameron Pierre, En Vogue, Julie Dexter

Label: Taylormade Studios

Manager: Mr Taylor

Bio: Jazz for the Obama Generation. We write our own soundtrack to our lives. So listen. feel good. destination: vibe. This is Jazzreloaded. Jazz changes.

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  • 2009

    Mar 31


    Belfast, UK | 7:00pm

    Belfast, UK
    Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:00pm

    Details

    Featuring: Courtney Pine (Saxophone & Clarinet) Chris Storr, Colin Graham, Mark Crown (Trumpets) Trevor Edwards (Trombone) Jason Yarde, Shabaka Hutchings (Reeds) Omar Puente (Violin) Ayanna Witter-Johnson (Cello, Voice) Alex Wilson (Piano) Samuel Dubois (Steel Pan) Darren Taylor (Bass) Robert Fordjour (Percussion) Donald Gamble (Percussion) In October 2007, Courtney Pine led a freshly minted Jazz Warriors in the Afropeans project – a concert and award-winning album to mark the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in the UK. Now, this extraordinary ensemble returns to tour the UK, with a mouth-watering line-up that crosses generations of leading UK jazz soloists, including Jason Yarde, Alex Wilson and Omar Puente, rubbing shoulders with newcomers-to-watch Shabaka Hutchings and Ayanna Witter-Johnson – with a host of sensational reviews for both CD and live concerts. Afropeans Jazz Warriors picks up where the original Jazz Warriors left off – this seminal big band, formed in the 80s to celebrate the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean jazz that contributed massively to the UK jazz scene since the 50s, is re-invented for a new century. With a “kick-ass line-up” (All About Jazz) and music that is “irresistibly vibrant”, Afropeans was just too good not to have an extended outing. “...barnstorming solos, delicate bowed strings, skanking reggae backing tailgate trombones, foot-stamping chains. Hugely entertaining.” (The Times)

  • 2009

    Mar 28


    Bracknell, UK | 7:00pm

    Bracknell, UK
    Sat Mar 28, 2009 7:00pm

    Details

    Featuring: Courtney Pine (Saxophone & Clarinet) Chris Storr, Colin Graham, Mark Crown (Trumpets) Trevor Edwards (Trombone) Jason Yarde, Shabaka Hutchings (Reeds) Omar Puente (Violin) Ayanna Witter-Johnson (Cello, Voice) Alex Wilson (Piano) Samuel Dubois (Steel Pan) Darren Taylor (Bass) Robert Fordjour (Percussion) Donald Gamble (Percussion) In October 2007, Courtney Pine led a freshly minted Jazz Warriors in the Afropeans project – a concert and award-winning album to mark the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in the UK. Now, this extraordinary ensemble returns to tour the UK, with a mouth-watering line-up that crosses generations of leading UK jazz soloists, including Jason Yarde, Alex Wilson and Omar Puente, rubbing shoulders with newcomers-to-watch Shabaka Hutchings and Ayanna Witter-Johnson – with a host of sensational reviews for both CD and live concerts. Afropeans Jazz Warriors picks up where the original Jazz Warriors left off – this seminal big band, formed in the 80s to celebrate the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean jazz that contributed massively to the UK jazz scene since the 50s, is re-invented for a new century. With a “kick-ass line-up” (All About Jazz) and music that is “irresistibly vibrant”, Afropeans was just too good not to have an extended outing. “...barnstorming solos, delicate bowed strings, skanking reggae backing tailgate trombones, foot-stamping chains. Hugely entertaining.” (The Times)

  • 2009

    Mar 26


    Birmingham, UK | 7:00pm

    Birmingham, UK
    Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:00pm

    Details

    Featuring: Courtney Pine (Saxophone & Clarinet) Chris Storr, Colin Graham, Mark Crown (Trumpets) Trevor Edwards (Trombone) Jason Yarde, Shabaka Hutchings (Reeds) Omar Puente (Violin) Ayanna Witter-Johnson (Cello, Voice) Alex Wilson (Piano) Samuel Dubois (Steel Pan) Darren Taylor (Bass) Robert Fordjour (Percussion) Donald Gamble (Percussion) In October 2007, Courtney Pine led a freshly minted Jazz Warriors in the Afropeans project – a concert and award-winning album to mark the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in the UK. Now, this extraordinary ensemble returns to tour the UK, with a mouth-watering line-up that crosses generations of leading UK jazz soloists, including Jason Yarde, Alex Wilson and Omar Puente, rubbing shoulders with newcomers-to-watch Shabaka Hutchings and Ayanna Witter-Johnson – with a host of sensational reviews for both CD and live concerts. Afropeans Jazz Warriors picks up where the original Jazz Warriors left off – this seminal big band, formed in the 80s to celebrate the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean jazz that contributed massively to the UK jazz scene since the 50s, is re-invented for a new century. With a “kick-ass line-up” (All About Jazz) and music that is “irresistibly vibrant”, Afropeans was just too good not to have an extended outing. “...barnstorming solos, delicate bowed strings, skanking reggae backing tailgate trombones, foot-stamping chains. Hugely entertaining.” (The Times)

  • 2009

    Mar 23


    Oxford, UK, UK | 7:00pm

    Oxford, UK, UK
    Mon Mar 23, 2009 7:00pm

    Details

    Featuring: Courtney Pine (Saxophone & Clarinet) Chris Storr, Colin Graham, Mark Crown (Trumpets) Trevor Edwards (Trombone) Jason Yarde, Shabaka Hutchings (Reeds) Omar Puente (Violin) Ayanna Witter-Johnson (Cello, Voice) Alex Wilson (Piano) Samuel Dubois (Steel Pan) Darren Taylor (Bass) Robert Fordjour (Percussion) Donald Gamble (Percussion) In October 2007, Courtney Pine led a freshly minted Jazz Warriors in the Afropeans project – a concert and award-winning album to mark the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in the UK. Now, this extraordinary ensemble returns to tour the UK, with a mouth-watering line-up that crosses generations of leading UK jazz soloists, including Jason Yarde, Alex Wilson and Omar Puente, rubbing shoulders with newcomers-to-watch Shabaka Hutchings and Ayanna Witter-Johnson – with a host of sensational reviews for both CD and live concerts. Afropeans Jazz Warriors picks up where the original Jazz Warriors left off – this seminal big band, formed in the 80s to celebrate the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean jazz that contributed massively to the UK jazz scene since the 50s, is re-invented for a new century. With a “kick-ass line-up” (All About Jazz) and music that is “irresistibly vibrant”, Afropeans was just too good not to have an extended outing. “...barnstorming solos, delicate bowed strings, skanking reggae backing tailgate trombones, foot-stamping chains. Hugely entertaining.” (The Times)

  • 2009

    Mar 21


    Gateshead, UK, UK | 8:00pm

    Gateshead, UK, UK
    Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:00pm

    Details

    Featuring: Courtney Pine (Saxophone & Clarinet) Chris Storr, Colin Graham, Mark Crown (Trumpets) Trevor Edwards (Trombone) Jason Yarde, Shabaka Hutchings (Reeds) Omar Puente (Violin) Ayanna Witter-Johnson (Cello, Voice) Alex Wilson (Piano) Samuel Dubois (Steel Pan) Darren Taylor (Bass) Robert Fordjour (Percussion) Donald Gamble (Percussion) In October 2007, Courtney Pine led a freshly minted Jazz Warriors in the Afropeans project – a concert and award-winning album to mark the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act in the UK. Now, this extraordinary ensemble returns to tour the UK, with a mouth-watering line-up that crosses generations of leading UK jazz soloists, including Jason Yarde, Alex Wilson and Omar Puente, rubbing shoulders with newcomers-to-watch Shabaka Hutchings and Ayanna Witter-Johnson – with a host of sensational reviews for both CD and live concerts. Afropeans Jazz Warriors picks up where the original Jazz Warriors left off – this seminal big band, formed in the 80s to celebrate the rich heritage of Afro-Caribbean jazz that contributed massively to the UK jazz scene since the 50s, is re-invented for a new century. With a “kick-ass line-up” (All About Jazz) and music that is “irresistibly vibrant”, Afropeans was just too good not to have an extended outing. “...barnstorming solos, delicate bowed strings, skanking reggae backing tailgate trombones, foot-stamping chains. Hugely entertaining.” (The Times)

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  • Benita Baugh (Artist) Benita Baugh
    Theme Tune for Jazz is superb. Great singing and playing. Regards from BENITA, a mature jazz singer from Edinburgh
  • Vonne (Artist) Vonne
    Great music. I expecially enjoyed "The Miracle. Peace n luv to you, Vonne'
  • MeetThe Seavers (Artist) MeetThe Seavers
    Thank you for sharing you wonderful music with the world. Much love & continued success in 2014.
  • Lenny Fleming (Artist) Lenny Fleming
    Came to check the vibes!!!! Stayed to love the music!!!! Great Songs!!!! Great Sound!!!! PEACE & LOVE!!!!
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    I wish you a WONDERFUL Sunday and a good start into the new Week !
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