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Welcome to Milestones Jazz Club, since 1996 Lowestoft's premier
Whilst catering to a
wide range of styles, Milestones highlights the more modern end
of the jazz spectrum in an informal, friendly atmosphere. From small
trios to 18-piece big bands, we feature everything from bebop to
hard bop, latin to fusion, cool jazz to free jazz. For details of
our next gig see below
World class musicians
performing in recent years have included Peter King, Don Weller,
Ingrid Laubrock, Henry Lowther, Jack Parnell, Jim Mullen, Roger
Beaujolais, Polly Gibbons and The Eastern Bloc Big Band.
resident at Hotel Hatfield, Esplanade, Lowestoft and opens
its doors at 8pm on the first Sunday of every month with
an admission price of £7 or £6 concessions - no club membership
necessary. For enquiries, information on how to find us or to
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*** NEXT GIG: SUNDAY 6 NOVEMBER ***
Nigel Price Organ Trio
guitarist Nigel Price returns to Milestones with one of the most
exciting and popular bands in the UK today on a 56-date UK tour
with guest tenor saxophonist Alex Garnett.
Hard-swinging, bluesy grooves featuring Nigels long flowing
lines are performed over originals and standards in the spirit of
Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Smith and 1960s Blue Note jazz. Petrol
is thrown on the fire by the great Ross Stanley (Hammond organ)
and Matt Home (drums). Not to be missed!
footage of The Organ Trio here
and listen to The Organ Trio by visiting Nigels website here.
Watch YouTube footage of Alex Garnett here
- £7 / £6 (concession)
stands out as a really class performer
With music as good as
that so readily available once you know where to find it this self-deprecating
country is not such a bad place to live in eh?"
Humphrey Lyttleton, BBC Radio 2
a real killer"
London Evening Standard (CD of the week)
encountered Nigel when I played percussion in The James Taylor Quartet.
He blew me away then and he does now"
Snowboy, Blues and Soul magazine
all know what an incredible guitarist Nigel Price is, but again
the new drums and bass seem to have just supercharged even him and
his performance last night was nothing short of amazing!"
we're in a recession. Now you can all know what it's like to be
Gilad Atzmon to the audience at The Bath Festival, 25 May 2008,
quoted in The Guardian (31 May 2008)
refrain will be coming soon: that's the part I like the best and
the abrupt way in which it flings itself forward, like a cliff against
the sea. For the moment it's the jazz that's playing; there's no
melody, only notes, a host of little jolts. They know no rest, an
unchanging order gives birth to them and destroys them, without
ever giving them time to recover, to exist for themselves. They
run, they hurry, they strike me with a sharp blow in passing and
are obliterated. I should quite like to hold them back, but I know
that if I managed to stop one, nothing would remain between my fingers
but a vulgar, doleful sound. I must accept their death; I must even
will it; I know of few harsher or stronger impressions.
From 'La Nausée', Jean-Paul Sartre (1938)
blues is real, its not perverted or thought about, its
not a concept. It is a chair, not a design for a chair, or a better
chair or a bigger chair or a chair with leather on ... it is the
first chair. It is a chair for sitting on, not for looking at or
being appreciated. You sit on that music".
Lennon interviewed by Jann S Wenner, Rolling Stone (1970)