A Christmas treat with Hastings favourites Glenn Veness and Liane Carroll. Glenn’s films will be accompanied by Liane (recently awarded the BASCA gold badge for services to British music). In the second half of the evening Liane will play a set with her trio Roger Carey on bass and Russell Field on drums. Liane describes the evening as ‘a melting pot of vision and sound mixed with a few Christmas baubles!’
photo by Madelene supplied by Roger Carey
Roger Carey… The Upstarts, Dave Trigwell drums, Roger Carey bass/vocals, Liane Carroll keyboards and vocals.This was our rock band though we played jazz together as well.
Tim Moose Bruce… I remember a previous band that Liane and Roger were in back in 85 called Green For Love.
25th August – 29th August 2016. Mica Paris, Liane Carroll, Joe Stilgoe, Andy Williams, Phil Law & Friends, The Brillos, Louis Turpin Trio, King Size Slim, Dom Pipkin & The Ikos, Paul Richards Latin Trio, Rod Pooley Funky Organ Trio, The Violet Jive, and lots more to be announced.
Simon Page… Liane is on the same bill as the amazing Mark Guiliana, Bowie’s Blackstar drummer.
Kevin Burchett… love grace jones
Graham How… Great line up including Liane!
Janine Anne Scott… Looks amazing.
Dave Nattress… This line-up needs to catch on – they can learn a lot from watching and listening to Liane Carroll.
Made it to 2016! After a slow start everyone piled in at 4.00 o’clock and among the newbies this time were Cliff Wootton and Carol Cooksey. Lots of chat about the shock loss of David Bowie with Andre revealing some interesting news about him and Hastings, watch this space. Also the sad loss of ‘Mo’ funeral details on the website. Cliff was talking about the various bands he has played with, guitars and an engrossed chat with Lol about church music. Colin Bell had new cd’s from Peter Sarstedt and Alcatrazz, look out for reviews soon. Tony Qunta was talking about the new Reuben James Richards track A.S.A.P. he played on and is currently on the A-list of plays on Radio 2. Tony Davis had with Cliff Richard live at ABC Kingston 1962 cd and on the inside cover list the tour dates when he played the ABC in Hastings. Andre mentioned the History of the Pier Book by Steve Peak is near completion and will be available to coincide with the opening of the pier. Loads of pier talk and also talk about Eyes Of Blond, Eric Harmer Band, Beatles Day, identifying some old musician photos and anyone remember a local group called The Banned? Congratulations to Elaine Roberts & Neil Roberts from Black Sheep for their song Monopoly which was runner up in the best song in the Doc’s Blues Award 2015. Pete Prescott mentioned a couple of exciting gigs he is involved with at the Stables Theatre. Sunday 28th February 2016 with Mike Hatchard celebrating the music of Nat King Cole and Easter Sunday 27th March 2016 with Liane Carroll. Geoff Peckham (Jaffa) had with him some recordings of the forthcoming Factory CD on his iPod and a number of people got a first listen on the headphones. It’s really good and expect more news shortly on release date and upcoming gigs. This is just a small bit of what I remember, please feel free to add anything interesting that I missed.
Geoff Peckham… Thanks, Alan, for another enjoyable SMART meeting this afternoon. I enjoyed catching up with Andy Knight, among others, and Alan lent me the Eyes of Blond reunion DVDs and CD to check out. I look forward to that – a great band. Good to see everyone again.
Sarah Harvey… Work transpired against me so sorry I couldn’t make it….always miss seeing everyone
Allyson Breeds… Was a lovely afternoon
Mick O’Dowd… Nice Meet although I had to leave early because of being taken out to dinner.
Jim Breeds… We missed you. Nice to see you though Mick. I’m going to look for ear trumpets on Amazon later. Thanks for organising it Alan. Had a good time chatting to all. And not all about music either 🙂 Also good to meet Cliff again after all these years.
Phil Gill… You should’ve said Mick, I could’ve had my people pick you up and drop you at the restaurant.
Cliff Wootton… Really enjoyed catching up with folks I hadn’t seen for a really long time. Looking forward to the next time.
Phil Gill and friends
Peter Millington… Sorry I missed the meet on Friday – competing demands on my time and I lost! Next time hopefully.
photos by John Kenward. Supplied by Phil Little Hastings Music Files. http://littledrum.co.uk
cutting from Eddie Lee
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RYE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL ….launch of the new website today https://ryejazz.com/. Many artist announcements including James Tormé, Wilko Johnson, Liane Carroll, The Blues Band, Avery* Sunshine, Ian Shaw, GoGo Penguin, Herbie Flowers and a series of cinema screenings. Tickets will go on sale for these events on Tuesday. Many more headline acts, including the late night sessions at The Jazz Lounge to be announced and on sale over the coming week.
Yvonne Cleland… Wilko Johnson and Herbie Flowers sound good! Who’s going?
Rakesh Solanki… The fab Second Line at the Rye Jazz fest!
Mark Gilham… This is so cool
Pete Shaw… Man, that band has funk streaming through it!
Thoroughly got wrapped in their groove boogie-ing behind them…snare drummer played great and had a great sound!
Chris Meachen… Wonderful and eccentric..
Tony Davis… Went to see Wilko Johnson last night. A short (70 min) and sweet set. Full of energy and some old Feelgood numbers. Support was really interesting and enjoyable. A guy called Joe Corbin with a blues/set. Great version of Jimi Hendrix Red House. Could be one to watch.
Alan Esdaile… Wonderful.
Tony Davies… Absolutely beautiful !!
John Austin… Brilliant, as always !
Tony Qunta… Beautiful!