Dave Newton – old

Sat 19th Nov, 7.30pm

On a cold, dark, winter’s evening what could be better than to cozy down in our living room with one of the UK’s finest jazz pianists, Dave Newton. On a rare trip to the English Riviera (East Sussex variation) Dave plays Der Bunglehoff with a repertoire of original pieces and jazz standards from his extensive back catalogue of albums and who knows, maybe the odd travellers tale thrown in for good measure..

Dave’s recording career began way back in 1985 with Buddy De Franco and Martin Taylor and his first solo album was released in ’88 in association with producer Elliot Meadow who oversaw the next nine years of recording for Linn Records followed by Candid Records. In 1997, David Newton and Alan Barnes teamed up and together with Concorde Label agent Barry Hatcher, made four CDs for that label.

Dave’s reputation as an exquisite accompanist for a singer, spread rapidly and by ’95 he was regularly working with Carol Kidd, Marion Montgomery, Tina May, Annie Ross, Claire Martin and Stacey Kent, with whom he spent the next ten years recording and travelling all over the world. While on tour, Dave was composing music which he would record on his own CDs as well as writing specifically for Martin Taylor, Alan Barnes, Tina May or Claire Martin and his music can now be heard on many television productions, especially in the United States where over twenty TV movies benefit from Dave’s haunting themes.

In 2019, Dave was voted ‘Best Jazz Pianist’ for the sixteenth time in the British Jazz Awards!

Admission ticket price: £20.00 (where does the money go?)

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