Nubya Garcia, Source

A solid start to her major label career for saxophonist Nubja Garcia following EPs ‘Nubya’s 5ive’ and ‘When We Are’ with dub, calypso rhythms, hard bop and more finding a place on a sprawling collection. With Sam Jones, Daniel Casimir and Joe …

Published: 22 Aug 2020. Updated: 3 months.

A solid start to her major label career for saxophonist Nubja Garcia following EPs ‘Nubya’s 5ive’ and ‘When We Are’ with dub, calypso rhythms, hard bop and more finding a place on a sprawling collection. With Sam Jones, Daniel Casimir and Joe Armon-Jones as the core personnel and KOKOROKO’s Ms Maurice on trumpet and Ezra Collective’s Richie Seivwright accompanying on trombone also featuring as well as Cassie Kinoshi from Nérija, there is strong representation from the current generation of London jazz players to have made their mark in the last few years. Out now on Concord.

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Government's Culture Recovery Fund announces awards for venues

Jazz venues are among the beneficiaries of the grassroots music venues across England of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. Jazz venues to have received funding include: Hampstead Jazz Club, London £10, 239 Matt and Phred's, Manchester £19, 700

Published: 22 Aug 2020. Updated: 3 months.

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Jazz venues are among the beneficiaries of the grassroots music venues across England of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. Jazz venues to have received funding include:

Hampstead Jazz Club, London £10, 239

Matt and Phred's, Manchester £19, 700

Peggy's Skylight, Nottingham £10, 215

Servant Jazz Quarters, London £12, 894

Jazz Cafe, London £18, 000

Piano Bar, Soho, London £15, 750

The £3. 36 million Emergency Grassroot Music Venues Fund is being shared among 135 venues across England who applied for support to survive the imminent risk of collapse caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The full list of recipients can be found here.