Greenwood @ the Greenhouse! Fri Feb 24th

For this week’s blast of late night jazz at the Brighton Blue note (Hove actually) we  have the amazing tenor saxophone and flute player Paul Greenwood.  11pm till 1.30am, underneath the Greenhouse Effect, 63 Church Rd, Hove.  Performances include residencies at Ronnie Scott’s as well as a tour with Buddy Greco and numerous appearances at Jazz festivals in both the UK and Europe. Paul was also a member of the Heritage Orchestra, the Cinematic Orchestra and played with Airto Moreira . He joined the jazz-funk band “Incognito”, composing music for their album “Tales from the Beach”. Whilst freelancing in London, Paul has performed with numerous artists including Darius Brubeck, Paul Weller, Josh Ritter, Dean Parrish and The London Jazz Orchestra.  He currently performs with British soul artist Michael Kiwanuka.

We have the brilliantly versatile George Trebar on double bass who’s played with Wynton Marsalis and members of his band as part of the JALC residency in London at the Vortex Club. He’s played with Simon Woolf, Alan Barnes, TJ Johnson, Gary Potter, John Etheridge, Alessio Menconi, Dominic Alldis, Lianne Carol, Ian Shaw, Nigel Price, Brandon Allen, Andreas Oberg, James Evans, Adam Glasser, Tim Kliphuis, Bob Barnard, Toured with Tim Kliphuis, Sue Richardson Quintet, Bright Stars of Jazz (Isle of Man Jazz ), Blenkhorn All-Stars (SildaJazz Norway ), Gypsy guitarists Moreno (Esprit de Manouche UK IGGF ) and Matcho Winterstein. George has been involved with recording and performing with Spring Heel Jack. He’s also also delved into Indian influenced music touring internationally with the Nasha Collective and supporting Nitin Sawney. Has also played Bass for the Mediterranean Jazz Summer School alongside Simon Purcell, Lianne Carrol and Martin Speake.  George has been in high demand for years on the Gypsy Jazz circuit has also played in the UK with, Ensemble Zaiti, Mike Reinhardt, Andreas Oberg, as well as playing extensively with own trio ‘Rythme Futur’.

We’re delighted to have Sam Glasson, regular drummer in one of my projects – “Chorizo” trio – guitar, bass, drums.  Sam was born in Brighton into a musical family, was encouraged to do music from a young age.  After completing a Music degree at Brunel University he has been very busy working on the music scene both as a musician and a tutor. Some of the many bands and musicians he has played with include Cubana Bop, Ian Shaw, Alan Barnes, Tina May, the Sue Richardson Quintet and The Lost and Found Orchestra (from the creators of STOMP).

Bar opens 7pm with DJ spinning jazz classics – Free entry all night!


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