A night of brilliant, original music: thoughtful, powerful, playful, richly-layered and skilfully performed. Green Man Gallery, Buxton
“‘Jetstream’ is the most inspiring suite of music I have heard in an age.
Of course, it doesn’t hurt that JET collective are the most consummate group of musicians you are ever likely to hear.”
Sheffield author Bill Allerton
“This music by the Jet Collective deserves to be played in major concert halls anywhere in the world. The composition and performance was world class.”
Geoff Dalton, Derbyshire.
“Thanks for the hot link to “Heat.” I was blown away. Really, really excellent number. And the video quality was excellent too. Jet Collective is very fine.”
Dana Hornig, American journalist and author.
Just to remind you that this Friday 7th August you can hear Jet Collective perform JetStream in Sheffield. I think it’s a really exciting piece of music and I hope you can come along. You can see our latest video of “Winter” here https://youtu.be/RE4ZYEf5e1M
Also, this Sunday afternoon 9th August I’ll be playing jazz with my friends Wendy Kirkland and Pat Sprakes in Sheffield at Maggie Mays.
Details of all this, and more are below.
All the best
Friday 7th August at 7.30 pm Jet Collective will play JetStream, at Haggler’s Corner in Sheffield. hagglerscorner.co.uk
JetStream is our new suite of original and well acclaimed music inspired by climate and weather.
See our video of Heat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNaXyGcHER8
Listen to our album at https://soundcloud.com/zoo-music-1/sets/jetstream-by-jet-collective
Download the album from iTunes or Amazon UK.
or at the door.
Sunday 9th August, early evening Jazz at Maggie May’s
23 Trippet lane, Sheffield S1 4FG 0114 276 0640
I’ll be playing with two excellent jazz musicians, Wendy Kirkland and Pat Sprakes from 4.45 to 6.30 pm.
Sunday 13 September Jet Collective play JetStream at Stamford. Full details to follow.
Saturday 10th October Jet Collective play JetStream at Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mills. Full details to follow.
And another opportunity to see Cottongrass Theatre’s “You might as well live” with jazz by Steve Salfield and Graham Jones. Foolow, Friday 2nd October. This brilliant play about Dorothy Parker, her life and writing is wickedly funny, and poignantly touching. It ran for 6 nights at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford as well as many other venues. Starring Sue Daniel. Not to be missed. Details later.