Wednesday 16th January 2019
- Saturday 19th January 2019
£20.00 - £50.00
2 shows per night, onstage 7.30 and 10.15pm
Line-up: CORY HENRY Hammond B3 organ/keyboards/vocals; TARON LOCKETT drums
Cory Henry, the charismatic Hammond B3 organ virtuoso of Snarky Puppy fame is one of the hottest prospects in modern music. Here he proves himself as a singer-songwriter as well with an intoxicating blend of gospel, souljazz, afrobeat and blues. These shows sold out in record time last year so we advise booking early!
Cory Henry is not only praised as ‘one of the finest Hammond B3 organ players of his generation’ (AllMusic), but he also has a wonderfully warm gospel voice, as can be heard on his recent album Chapter 1: The Art of Love. For this collection of songs he was inspired by heroes such as Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
Cory Henry grew up in the gospel church; he learned playing the Hammond B3 at the age of 2 and he spent days in church playing before the congregation. Nowadays the keyboardist celebrates success with the band Snarky Puppy and his talent has been noticed by many great musicians; he collaborated with The Roots, Bruce Springsteen and Marcus Miller, among others. Two years ago the Cory Henry Trio already performed for a sold-out BIMHUIS.
Feb 6th late show lineup feat. BINKER GOLDING sax ARTIE ZAITZ guitar DAN CASIMIR bass SAM JONES drums
Binker Golding is best known for playing saxophone in the jazz duo Binker & Moses. He’s also played & recorded with Zara McFarlane, Mr. Jukes, Moses Boyd’s Exodus, Sarah Tandy, Ashley Henry, Maisha & others. His current projects also include a free jazz duo partnership with pianist Elliot Galvin, with whom he has recently released the album “Ex Nihilo”. The Binker Golding Quartet however is his most recent & detailed musical venture.
In recent years Binker has picked up four awards with Binker & Moses; a MOBO award for best jazz album, two Jazz FM awards & a parliamentary jazz award. He’s generally regarded as a musician playing a key role in the innovations at the forefront of the new London jazz scene.
His new group, the Binker Golding Quartet, features compositions exclusively by the band leader with a greater emphasis on detail & harmonic sophistication in order to contrast with his earlier work. Expect jazz & fusion sounds from the 80’s & early 90’s mixed with contemporary London jazz, with influences ranging from Michael Brecker to Barry White whilst retaining a sound & feel unique to the band.
The new album by the quartet, “Abstractions of reality past & incredible feathers”, was recorded at Abbey Road studios, London & is set to be released in September 2019 on Gearbox records. It features Daniel Casimir on double bass, Joe Armon-Jones on piano & Sam Jones on drums, along-side Binker solely on tenor saxophone & composing all the tracks whilst also producing the album.
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