Jazz legend Digby Fairweather at Wanstead Library
|Published: 8th April 2009 17:38|
Jazz legend, Digby Fairweather, will be appearing at
Wanstead Library on Monday 27 April.
Essex-born Digby is one of Britain's most respected Jazz musicians; a
trumpeter, band leader and author. He has had an illustrious career spanning
some 30 years.
Digby has sold out Ronnie Scott's on three occasions, and has toured with
such British Jazz luminaries as George Melly and ex-Manfred Mann vocalist,
Paul Jones. He is also the founder of the Loughton-based National Jazz Archive.
This is a unique chance to spend an evening with this remarkable British Jazz
legend in conversation with enthusiast David Nathan.
It starts at 7pm on Monday 27 April at:
Spratt Hall Road,
Wanstead, E11 2RQ.
Tickets cost £5 and are available from any Redbridge Library.
For more details, call Jonathan Woolf on 020 8708 7400.