Date: Saturday 27th August 2022
The Neil Maya Quartet :
Cartoon Jazz : (From Be-bop to Betty Boop!)
A fantastic, fun evening of your favourite cartoon theme tunes & songs
played like you've never heard them before!
It’s jazz – but not as we know it!!!
The Neil Maya Quartet’s latest projects takes tunes from the cartoons and gives them the jazz treatment creating a high quality, fun evening of wonderful music.
Tunes include Spiderman, When You Wish Upon A Star, The Pink Panther, The Flintstones, Some Day My Prince Will Come, Alice In Wonderland, Sesame Street, You’ve Got A Friend in Me, Let It Go, Give A Little Whistle and many more.
The Neil Maya Quartet is one of the Southwest's finest Jazz Outfits and has toured extensively throughout the region and beyond over the last 20 years.
The Quartet recorded its first album, "Out Of The Woodshed" in 2006. The second album Bread and Circuses followed soon after in 2009.
The Quartet launched its highly successful Brubeck Project in 2016 recording a live album in Devon’s Meavy Village Hall in 2017
The band consists of Neil Maya on saxes and clarinet and triangle, Tom Ball on keyboards and melodica, Kev Sanders on double bass and Gary Evans on drums (but not triangle!)
Release your inner child, throw-off your inhibitions and relive your childhood.
The memories will flood back; you won't be able to resist a smile, or stop your toes tapping!
That's all Folks!!!
Doors Open and Licensed Bar from 7.00pm. The Show starts at 7.30pm
Free On-Site Car Parking
Tickets in advance : £12.50 ( £14.00 On The Day - So Book Early ! )
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Phone CRBO on 01726 63513
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