Jazz trio swings in for club night

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The award-winning Nigel Price Organ Trio bring their ‘unprententious swinging fun’ to The Cask on Wednesday, October 10.

The group’s namesake leader (pictured) has developed a winning blend of flowing 
musical lines with a rich blues feeling and harnessed those to a will to swing.

This has made him an instantly accessible and popular guitarist across the nation.

Nigel is also a regular at Ronnie Scott’s Club.

Hammond organist Pete Whittaker – one of a few who bring the real thing to gigs – has been involved with the jazz projects of Theo Travis and John Etheridge.

Drummer Matt Home has toured with Barry Harris, Herb Geller, Howard Alden, Ken Peplowski, Scott Hamilton and many others.

He spent three years with Ray Gelato and is a regular member of the Ronnie Scott’s House Band.

The trio won the Best Jazz Ensemble award in 2010.

Their debut album Live entered the top ten albums that same year.

Their latest, Heads and Tales, was voted fifth best album worldwide by Mojo Magazine in 2011.

The music begins at 8.45pm.