Heavy Horns at Scarborough Jazz Club

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Heavy Horns – featuring a trio of saxophonists – return to Scarborough Jazz Club, which is based at the Cask, on Wednesday June 5.

Rod Mason’s talent has taken him far and wide, playing alongside the likes of Alan Skidmore, Peter KIng, Don Weller, Jim Mullen and Guy Barker among others.

Jim Corry has just finished a tour of South America with Jamiroquai and has also toured with Corinne Bailey Rae, Duran Duran and other popular artists.

Stuart MacDonald goes one step further, playing all the saxes including the rarely heard bass sax.

He has played with many jazz notables including Jean Toussaint, Gerard Prescencer, Andy Sheppard and Tommy Smith. Stuart also plays with the Bourbon Tequila Salsa Jazz Band.

The rhythm section of the Heavy Horns has Richard Hammond on bass and Dave Walsh on drums. The pianist is yet to be confirmed.

This band will blow you away with their energy, excitement and scintillating musicianship.

Tickets are £7 (£6 in advance), and the gig begins at 8.45pm.