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[soul/jazz/blues] Joe Tatton

[soul/jazz/blues] Joe Tatton

TWO SHOWS
Twilight: 6-7pm
Doors at 5pm, vacate by 7:30pm

Ticket is inclusive of a set menu

Highlight: 8:30-10:30pm
Doors at 7:30pm, vacate by midnight.

Two sets of music with an interval, food purchased separately view full menu

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Joe Tatton Trio & special guests

Joe Tatton, keyboard player for many years with UK/US funk/soul jazz kings The New Mastersounds, releases his second single of 2021, and is coming with a fantastic line-up to Peggy’s Skylight to mark the release

As a member of The New Mastersounds now for 16 years, Joe has recorded over a dozen albums and many singles with them playing organ, piano and keyboard. Annually, he tours 8-9 months a year with the band, mainly in the USA but also across Europe and Japan. Prior to joining The New Mastersounds, Joe held down the keyboard role with UK jazz-funk supergroup, The Haggis Horns, appearing on their first two albums “Hot Damn!” and “Keep On Movin”. He’s also featured on piano/keyboards on the worldwide hit single “Put Your Records On” by Corinne Bailey Rae.

Over the years he has played live sets with Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley as well as Art Neville, George Porter Jr and Zigaboo Modeliste of The Meters. He’s always maintained his own trio under his own name as a side project, releasing singles and EPs via ATA Records (UK) and Color Red Music (USA).

A few years ago, he found time between gigs, and booked a studio in Nashville to record some original songs. “Stomp” is the first single; a slow bluesy instrumental funk burner that has a New Orleans swagger about it and features Joe’s grand piano solo followed by JTQ band member, Gareth Lockrane, cutting loose on flute.

The other side of the single  is “Timeline”  – a spotlight on today’s social media obsessed society delivered in the style of his musical hero Mose Allison. The latter was the legendary Mississippi born/New York based jazz/blues musician and singer whose wry and intelligent lyrics, married to amazing original music, shone a light on society and the world from the mid-1950s until his death in 2015. Mose was a huge influence on musicians like Georgie Fame, Van Morrison and Ben Sidran and was and still is one of Joe Tatton’s favourite musicians of all time. This song is the title track for Joe’s debut solo album due for release later this year on Rodina Music.
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Line-Up
Joe Tatton Trio
Eryl Roberts – Drums
Huw Jacob – bass
Joe Tatton – Piano / Vox

Special guests:
Gareth Lockrane – Flute
Malcolm Strachan – trumpet
Sam Bell  – Percussion
Aoife Hearty – Vocals

 

 


Date

21 Aug 2021

Buy Tickets:

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Twilight Show £24 (includes food)

Doors open at 5pm | We ask that you vacate by 7:30pm

Available Tickets: 54
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Highlight Show £16 (food purchased separately)

Doors open at 7:30pm

Available Tickets: 44
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Ticket and Venue information:

  • You can request to be seated in ‘Dizzy’ (raked theatre), ‘Duke’ (side wall), ‘Billie’ (front of stage) or ‘Mingus’ (near piano) and we will do our best to allocate you to your chosen seats.
  • Though we can guarantee that you will have a table, we cannot guarantee exactly where, as we do our best to fulfil all customers requirements
  • Seating in ‘Ella’ or ‘Satchmo’ (by the windows) is allocated last, unless specifically requested. Please note, a few of these seats are restricted view
  • All seats are at a table or bar where you can order food and drink with table service
  • You can view a seating plan here

SPECIAL ACCESS NEEDS

  • Please email bookings@peggysskylight.co.uk to reserve a suitable seat for you and your party
  • We have an accessible toilet on the ground floor

 

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