Concert commmences 8pm

 

Admission £8,

Concessions £7

SU members & School Children: £3

For further information telephone

01745 812260

THE WHITE HOUSE

www.whitehouserhuallt.co.uk/

(On the B5429 Holywell road, adjacent to exit 28 of the A55 expressway)

 

The White House

Rhuallt,

Near St Asaph

Denbighshire

North Wales

LL17 0AW

THE WHITE HOUSE

The White House offers a wide choice of home-made food in its attractive restaurant (advance booking strongly advisable). Evening meals are served from 5pm with a two course early doors menu available if ordered by 6.30pm - and you can even stay the night as there's en suite accommodation too. For reservations, call the White House on 01745 530000 or book online at www.whitehouserhuallt.co.uk

Wednesday 29th Ebrill / April 2020

THE FREDDIE GARNER QUARTET

featuring ANDOR JENSEN (sax)

POSTPONED DUE TO VIRUS

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POSTPONED DUE TO VIRUS

A band that has something for everyone and wins new fans where ever they play, the popular Freddie Garner Quartet visits the White House, presenting their intoxicating mix of jazz standards and originals, from swingers through Latin and ballads, specializing in the straight ahead jazz of the post bop era and paying homage to the all time jazz greats.

Fronting the band is the exciting Merseyside tenor sax player ANDOR JENSEN, a graduate of London’s Guildhall School of Music. One of the North West's best kept secrets, Andor is a member of the organ/drums-led Danny Mannix/Mike Holmes Quartet and has performed with well-known Scottish musicians Colin Steele and Brian Kellock.

Bandleader FREDDIE GARNER drives the band from his keyboard, with a style reminiscent of players like Kenny Barron and Oscar Peterson, and he names the

great alto saxman,Cannonball Adderley as one of his greatest influences. Freddie has been a prominent member of the North West jazz scene for many years, playing with such fast company as Peter King, Vic Ash, John Barnes, Phil Lee and Israeli saxman Gilad Atzmon.

The line-up of the Freddie Garner Quartet is completed by two leading North West musicians, DAVE TURNER (double bass) and PHIL BENNETT (drums).