Steve’s gigs

Hi Friends
I hope you can come to one of these interesting and exciting shows in December.

Friday 8th December:
“You might as well live” by Cotton Grass Theatre is a very successful production which has toured far and wide to great acclaim.
It stars Sue Daniel in a play about Dorothy Parker, written and directed by David Frederickson, and the Steve Salfield trio (now called GPS trio) playing music from the “jazz age.”

Fomentum is a new line up with a disruptive approach to songs you probably know.
It features Pete Moxley on keyboards, Robert Glendenning on vocals and percussion, Graham Jones on double bass and me on saxophone.
Join us and go “fomental” just before Christmas.

Hope to see you.
Steve

Steve Salfield
steve
0044 (0)1629 650183
0044 (0) 7753 108011
http://www.stevesalfield.com

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Steve’s gigs

Hello Friends

Here is some info about my next few gigs.

Friday November 3rd – I’m so pleased to be at Peak Jazz

With the wonderful Wendy Kirkland Trio at Holymoorside village Hall. All the details are here http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/wendykirkland

Should be good and I hope you can make it.

Friday December 8th the much acclaimed “You might as well live” Cotton Grass Theatre with Steve Salfield Trio at The Green Man Gallery in Buxton. http://www.cottongrasstheatre.co.uk/you-might-as-well-live.html

Friday December 22nd – first ever gig for new band FOMENT. at The Druid in Birchover. DE42BL. 01629 653836

Free entry but reserve a table if you want a meal.

We play disruptive versions of songs you know. Not jazz, not rock’n’roll, what is it? Only one way to find out! We will go far: which direction remains to be seen.

Be there

Steve

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0044 (0)1629 650183
0044 (0) 7753 108011
http://www.stevesalfield.com

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Steve’s Gigs

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Steve’s gigs – summer 2017

Hello My FriendsHere is an update about some of my gigs in the near future.
These are all by GPS Trio plus friends.
GPS means the wonderful Graham Jones on double bass, the excellent Pete Moxley on keyboard and the very modest Steve Salfield on saxophone – we will be playing some standards and some less expected music.
GPS also means Global Positioning System – we have no idea where we are going, no map and we depend on messages from space based radio navigation to know what to play next.

They are all very enjoyable occasions, and I hope you can manage to get to some.

Friday 23rd June 2017
GPS Trio at De La Salle Club in Sheffield – De La Salle Club, Beauchief Hall, Beauchief Hall Drive, S8 7BA
Doors open at 7.15 pm, we start playing at 8.15 pm
Members £6, Guests £7 on the door. You will be signed in at the door. There are no advance tickets but if you are coming, a call to Tom Chester on 0752 842 8925 would be helpful but not essential.

Tuesday 27th June 2017
Art and Jazz in Winster Church 6-8 pm
This annual event is part of Winster Wakes. Local artists show off their work and GPS Trio plays cool jazz in the beautiful environment and wonderful acoustics of Winster Church.
Always an enjoyable couple of hours with wine and nibbles available.
Entry free but donations to the Wakes collection, for good causes, are welcomed.

Friday 14th July 2017 – Friday Fizz in Bakewell – 6.30-8.30 pm
GPS Trio play at a garden party in aid of RNLI, in the grounds of Tannery House, Matlock Street, Bakewell, DE45 1EE courtesy of Mr and Mrs Crosby
Tickets £12.50 which includes your first drink and canapes.
Admission by ticket only – from Sherry Hawley on 07919 888951

Saturday 15th July and Sunday 16th July, 2-4.30 pm – Jazz in a beautiful garden – Winster Secret Gardens – Gardens open from 1.30-5.30 pm
GPS trio plus brilliant drummer Clive Loveday play jazz all afternoon in the lovely garden of Rod and Jan Shiers at Headlands, East Bank, Winster
Secret Gardens is a lovely, annual event, in which you can visit many picturesque private gardens in Winster, eat delicious cakes and ice creams, and also linger and listen to our music whilst, if you want to, sipping a drink.
Some jazz lovers spend the whole afternoon listening in this lovely garden.

Hope to see you soon.

Steve

Steve Salfield
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01629 650183
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http://www.stevesalfield.com
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Steve’s gigs

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steve
0044 (0)1629 650183
0044 (0) 7753 108011
http://www.stevesalfield.com

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Back Seat Jivers are back

Hello My Friends
After several jiveless, rock’n’rollless years, all is well, Back Seat Jivers are back.
gig is in Weybridge so if you are in the area don’t miss this one!

You haven’t heard the last of Back Seat Jivers.
Watch and listen: https://youtu.be/YHGiBRSgz-w
Steve

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Steve’s last gig of 2016

Hello Friends and Happy Christmas

This is a reminder about my last gig of 2016 which will be a

Christmas Special at The Druid Inn, Birchover 01629 653836 on Friday December 23rd 2016. Entry is free and we start playing around 8 pm.
It’s a great pub with a laid back atmosphere, award winning beer and very good food.
It’s getting quite booked so if you want to eat, best to book your table soon. Otherwise just turn up.
Jazz will be played by my friends the seriously excellent musicians: Pete Moxley on keyboard, Graham Jones on double bass, Paul Tozer on drums, and of course, the modest me on saxophone.
Also we are expecting some marvelous surprise guests who will join us for a few numbers which should be a great treat for all of us.

Hope you can make it.
Wishing you a Jazzy Christmas and a Swinging 2017.
Steve

PS Due to travel plans I don’t have any further gigs planned until May 2017: May 6th – Back Seat Jivers play Rock’n’Roll in Weybridge
May 14th Jazz Breakfast – Steve Salfield Quartet, with brilliant musicians Wendy Kirkland, Pat Sprakes and Clive Loveday, at Medway Centre in Bakewell. An annual event usually a sellout. Details of both nearer the time.

Steve Salfield
steve@stevesalfield.com
0044 (0)1629 650183
0044 (0) 7753 108011
http://www.stevesalfield.com

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