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  1. manchester jazz festival is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner and gratefully acknowledges their support. mjf is a Keychange Associate mjf is a member of the Europe Jazz Network and a founder member of the Jazz Promotion Network. mjf is a not-for-profit Registered Charity No. mjf is a Company Limited by Guarantee.
  2. Birmingham based Brian Mellor is with us on Banjo and Guitar. I play drums, all in all a fantastic band that I am privileged to lead. The band has played some dates in the UK. Touring in 97, and 98, we played the Club, Nottingham, and Upton Jazz Clubs, plus The Wigan Festival. We also played Stockport for Mart Rodger.
  3. Band Leader and willing to play as a dep at Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz Stockport, United Kingdom 39 connections. Join to Connect. Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz. Heaton Moor College, Heaton Moor, Stockport. Report this profile; About. Experienced Department Lead with a demonstrated history of working in the music industry. Skilled in Music Title: Band Leader and willing to play as .
  4. The next LP Mart was involved in for George was a recording entitled “City of a Million Dreams” which featured a number of bands. These are: George Lewis/Kid Thomas Ragtime Stompers, Mart Rodger’s Clarendon Rhythm, Sayles Silverleaf Ragtimers, Kid Martyn New Orleans Ragtime Band, The Zenith Six and The Lakefront Loungers.
  5. Apr 05,  · Jazz Club Session With Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz" Recorded at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester in For ordering details, See anasasatproguntrakineqovledcya.coinfosterjazz.
  6. Over the years celebrity jazz musicians such as Humphrey Lyttelton, Cy Laurie, Marion Montgomery Yank Lawson and many others have all guested with Mart Rodger’s Manchester Jazz. Upon Mart’s untimely death in March , the band decided to continue playing but as Manchester Jazz.
  7. On this page you can view some of the videos featuring Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz. You can also view these videos on the Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz YouTube channel. Listen to Trogs Blues played at a concert on 16th October , with Finn Arnesen and Mart Rodger, clarinets plus Egil Arnesen banjo, Oivind Tangen double bass and Arild Berger piano.
  8. About Us In Mart Rodger and his wife Janet were in New Orleans, the birth place of jazz. At Maison Bourbon on Bourbon Street he was invited to “sit in” with the resident band and the audience response to his playing was exciting and exhilarating.

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