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Come on in. What is marlbank? Marlbank is a daily jazz blog. The idea behind it is to fill a big gap because jazz coverage online is at best patchy and rarely available so regularly. What we provide is free and carefully curated. How many …

Published: 15 Nov 2019. Updated: 17 days.

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Come on in.

  • What is marlbank?

Marlbank is a daily jazz blog. The idea behind it is to fill a big gap because jazz coverage online is at best patchy and rarely available so regularly. What we provide is free and carefully curated.

  • How many articles are published each day?

On average around 3.

  • Can I take part in the site as a writer?

Of course. Come on in.

  • How does the site keep running?

As marlbank is an indie venture that ploughs any income received back into the site and is free at access we ask for your help. There is no Lord Gnome behind us nor welcome grants from any arts body propping us up. Nor are there shareholders looking to recoup their investment nor middle managers on fat salaries. Book an ad today. Otherwise donate if you prefer.

Ring or text us on ++44 (0)7961 672 318. The email address is stephen@marlbank.net

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Ruby Rushton single

It is a January release for the accessible clubby sounds of Overture 1 from Ruby Rushton. The sunny optimistic vibe of ‘Yardley Suite' by flautist Ed ‘Tenderlonious’ Cawthorne is streaming. As for the title track of the single it is by the band's …

Published: 15 Nov 2019. Updated: 4 years.

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It is a January release for the accessible clubby sounds of Overture 1 from Ruby Rushton.

The sunny optimistic vibe of ‘Yardley Suite' by flautist Ed ‘Tenderlonious’ Cawthorne is streaming.

As for the title track of the single it is by the band's keys player Aidan Shepherd.

The four piece are completed by Nick Walters on trumpet, best known for his work with Beats and Pieces, and by Tim Carnegie on drums.