Exciting sax player will get the party started
By David Wood
Where: Tetbury Goods Shed
When: Saturday, August 31, 7.30pm
James Morton is one of the most exciting saxophonists of his generation and has worked with some of the most prolific artists in the world today over many genres.
James has worked with Fred Wesley and the new JB's, Pee Wee Ellis, Tony Allen, Kasabian, Jazz Jamaica, Raphael Saadiq,Pendulum and Roni Size, to mention just a few.
His unique lyrical and rhythmic style allows him to "speak" directly to his audience, conveys a strong sense of emotion that really connects with people and it is this that makes him such a special and in-demand player.
Drawing on inspiration from Jazz, Soul, Gospel, New Orleans and Funk, James Morton's "Porkchop" is a heady high energy mix of all these influences. A lyrical sax, the unmistakable sound of the Hammond organ, flaring guitar and driving drums - they are guaranteed to get the party started.
James Morton on alto sax is joined by Jonny Henderson on Hammond organ, Ian Matthews on drums and Alex Hutchings on guitar.
Advance tickets for this concert cost just £12. On the door on the night they will cost £14.
There will be a small number of tables available to reserve for this performance - designed to take either four or six people, they cost £10 and £15 respectively. To reserve a table please contact the administrator on 01666 505496.
For more information, visit https://shed-arts.co.uk/event/james-mortons-pork-chop/
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