Simon Spillett Big Band play Tubby Hayes

Mon 2nd Nov at 7:30pm 2020 to Mon 2nd Nov at 11:00pm 2020
100 Club in London, United Kingdom


Simon Spillett Big Band play Tubby Hayes

AGMP presents


Mark Armstrong, George Hogg, Freddie Gavita, Nathan Bray (trumpets)
Mark Nightingale, Ian Bateman, Andy Flaxman, Richard Henry (trombones)
Sammy Mayne, Pete Long (alto saxes)
Simon Spillett, Alex Garnett, Simon Allen (tenor saxes)
Alan Barnes (baritone sax)
Rob Barron (piano)
Alec Dankworth (bass)
Clark Tracey (drums)

Award-winning saxophonist Simon Spillett brings his all-star Big Band to London to celebrate the life, work and legacy of Tubbby Hayes.

In 2015, Simon Spillett published a biography of Tubby Hayes 'The Long Shadow of the Little Giant', which The Guardian called 'a detailed portrait of Hayes's life and and music, warts and all, as well as telling the story of the developement of British jazz in the post-war period'.

Simon Spillett brings his newly-formed Big Band performing recently-rediscovered arrangements of classics by UK jazz legend Tubby Hayes. This 17-piece band features many of the top UK jazz players, and the setting of the world famous 100 Club make this an unmissable experience.

DJ Snowboy will be hosting the night and playing a selection of British Jazz Classics.


Age Restriction: 18+

Please note that the end time of this event is approximate. Please contact the venue directly for more details


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