Brandon Allen Trio - Completed
at Butchers Brew Bar
Thursday, 12 December 2019 from 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM + Add to calendar12/12/2019 20:0012/12/2019 22:30Australia/SydneyBrandon Allen TrioBrandon Allen Trio Thursday, 12 December 2019 from 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Caroline Buckingham XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Butchers Brew Bar 499 Marrickville Road Dulwich Hill NSW 2203 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/5k0lx/brandon_allen_trio.aspxButchers Brew Bar
499 Marrickville Road
Dulwich Hill NSW 2203
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Perth born saxophonist Brandon Allen makes his debut at Butchers Brew Bar as part of a nationwide tour, promoting his new album "BATL Quartet LIVE" and collaborating with some of Australia's top jazz artists.
Brandon relocated to London in 2000 and over the past 20 years has established himself as one of the most in demand saxophonists in the UK and Europe.
He has performed with many varied artists including Eric Clapton, Paloma Faith, Neil Diamond, Gary Husband, Stefano Di Battista, Jools Holland, US3, The Blockheads, Ronnie Cuber, Mark Nightingale and others.
Through his long association with Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, his various groups have opened for artists such as Steve Gadd, Kurt Elling, Joe Lovano, The Yellow Jackets and Dave Douglas.
He is the saxophonist in the Kyle Eastwood Band, touring internationally for the past 5 years as well as being heavily featured on 3 of Kyle's critically acclaimed albums.
Shortly after this Australian tour, he will be joining Kyle on a tour of the Far East, performing at The Bluenote clubs in Beijing, Shanghai and Tokyo.
For this performance at Butcher's Brew, Brandon will be performing music from his two most recent albums "The Gene Ammons Project" and "BATL Quartet LIVE", as well as music by Stanley Turrentine and Shirley Scott.
Brandon Allen - Tenor saxophone
Steve Barry - Hammond Organ
Andrew Dickeson - Drums
"Brandon Allen is arguably the most exciting tenor player in Britain today. His phrasing is unashamedly emotional, soaked in the blues tradition."
Tony Hall (JAZZWISE)
"His four-octave range and flawless command of the altissimo register was nicely offset by his full-bodied yet raucous tonal quality offering something for fans of the entire history of the instrument - from Hawkins to Brecker - he's got em covered."
(London Jazz News)
Running away with me (B.Allen)
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