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7.00pm

A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley with PETE JEAVONS SEXTET featuring Daniel Hart

Thursday 01 November 7.00pm

Born on Sep 15th 1928, alto saxophonist Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley is one of the giants of Jazz. His music, infused with a natural lyricism, grooves hard and oozes soul. The Pete Jeavons Sextet, featuring Daniel Hart on alto sax, will pay tribute to Cannonball and his music at The Ellington Jazz Club on Thursday November 1st; barely a few months after what would have been Cannonball’s 90th birthday, had his life and career not been cut short at the young age of 46. It is incredible to realise that Cannonball’s legacy was all created in a touring and recording career that lasted only 20 years. This tribute will feature music composed and/or made famous by Cannonball across the many different periods of his career, performed by a group of Perth’s finest jazz musicians.

Daniel Hart – Alto Sax
Benn Hodgkin – Trumpet
Geordie Bain – Tenor & Soprano Sax
Harry Mitchell – Piano
Daniel Susnjar – Drums
Pete Jeavons – Doublebass/MD

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