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Reviews, Interviews & Gig Listings
for The Yorkshire Coast

 

Welcome to the dedicated website for music news along the Yorkshire Coast! We bring you gig listings, interviews, competitions and much more for Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Bridlington and the surrounding area.

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David Wright reviews Timezone at Scarborough Jazz Festival

Such is the diversity of acts at this year's jazz festival, the sounds of a steel drummer can be heard from the café beside the grand hall just before this original and interesting six-piece take to the stage.

"I had so many Cuban rhythms...

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David Wright reviews The Little Radio (Iain Bellamy and Stian Carstensen) at Scarborough Jazz Festival

It is hard to believe that this ever-growing festival is now in its twelfth year; and we are reminded a little of its roots when saxophonist Iain Bellamy recalls playing with button...

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News

Raven are to play a benefit concert for Scarborough lifeboat on Saturday 18 October.

The popular band will perform songs from their six albums, including the latest, 'Near to Me', at the Regency Central Hotel (formerly Beiderbecke's).

They will be supported by the SJT Outreach choir, Global...

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David Wright reviews Paradox Ensemble at Scarborough Jazz Festival

Consisting of a standard jazz rhythm section with a frontline of trombone, tenor and alto sax, the addition of Aidan Shepherd on accordion and the pumping Sousaphone grooves of Ben Kelly, Paradox Ensemble make for an unusual 9...

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Adrian Riley reviews Sarah Moule with the Simon Wallace Trio / Anita Wardell with the Alan Barnes Septet / Henry Lowther and the Greens at Scarborough Jazz Festival

Some might say that jazz has a problem - it doesn't know what to do next. It's a genre of music that has always explored new ideas...

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David Wright reviews Dennis Rollins' Velocity Trio

"It was a challenge to create a trombone led jazz trio", commented Dennis Rollins in a recent interview on this web site. "I find much freedom and space to express the trombone as a jazz articulated voice in comparison to the riff-laden approach...

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