Burton Bradstock – next Logboat session

BBYou are advised to book early for Poole Museum’s next logboat session, on Thursday 15th May at 7.30 pm, offering a fascinating blend of traditional English folk and jazz.

Burton Bradstock is the stylistic alter ego of the multi-instrument musician and composer Jimmy Cannon and was created along with his debut album, All Upon A Lovely Summer’s Day, which recasts English folk songs from the early to mid-nineteenth century into the modern jazz vernacular. A native of Cornwall, Bradstock is an accomplished saxophonist who has toured and performed with Sir Tom Jones, The Pasadena Roof Orchestra, The Commitments and The Syd Lawrence Orchestra. As a member of staff at London Centre of Contemporary Music (LCCM), he teaches songwriting and performance courses, and is a regular visiting tutor at Junior Trinity and Tech music schools.

In All Upon A Lovely Summer’s Day, Bradstock successfully marries his love and practice of jazz with the nostalgia of his childhood; combining the simple and well-loved melodies of English folk songs such as ‘Salisbury Plain’, ‘The Ashgrove’, ‘Early One Morning and ‘John Barleycorn’ with intricate rhythms and contemporary harmonies.

Don’t miss the next session in this excellent series of musical offerings. Click: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/ and search for Burton Bradstock to book your place.

 

 

 

 

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