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Brandon Allen's 'Stanley Turrentine Project'

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Brandon Allen has established himself as one of the UK’s most in demand saxophonists and bandleaders, performing extensively throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia, both as a leader and sideman.

Throughout his career he has worked with top international artists including Eric Clapton, Paloma Faith, US3, The Blockheads and many others. His Jazz associations include; Kyle Eastwood, Adam Nussbaum & Gary Husband

The ‘Stanley Turrentine Project’ came about because of Brandon’s deep admiration for the late great saxophonist’s; a major artist on the Blue Note Record label and a legend of the tenor saxophone; he was renowned for his distinctively thick, rippling tone, an earthy grounding in the blues, and his ability to work a groove with soul and imagination.

Sideman to the likes of Ray Charles, Max Roach and Earl Bostic; he’s best known as leader of his own groups and for his Blue Note soul-jazz jams of the ’60s, and his Jazz-Fusion period in the early ’70s.

The repertoire of the ‘Stanley Turrentine Project’ is specific, drawing from Turrentine’s releases on the Blue Note and CTI labels, plus his renditions of rock/pop hits, reimagined by Brandon’s exciting new quartet.

Presented by Jazzata

Unreserved seated event

All ages

Concessions available for Universal Credit/ Over 65/ Students

Doors: 19:00
Start time: 20:15

The venue

Bristol Beacon

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