Thursday 5th March 7:30pm – Don Grusin Live at The Plough – Free Entry!

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Don Grusin – Now playing Live at The Plough with a full band – Thursday 5th March 8pm – FREE!

 

The Plough Shepreth and Ananda Recordings are honoured (and very, very excited!) to announce that the amazing Don Grusin will now be playing The Mandolin Stage at The Plough with a full band, on Thursday 5th March 2015. This free concert replaces the ticketed, solo performance previously scheduled in The Rhee Gallery. All ticket holders can gain a refund from the bar or exchange their tickets against supper or drinks.

Artist, innovator, educator, performer and advocate for social change, Don Grusin, esteemed American composer, producer, arranger and pianist with 3 Grammy’s, 20 CD’s and an unstoppable global vision that infuses everything he does from recording to teaching, flys in to the UK in March. Whilst visiting from his LA home, Don will be spending time at some of his favourite recording studios and whilst over here, has agreed to a one-off performance at The Plough Shepreth. Don rarely has the opportunity to play the UK so this really is a unique opportunity to experience one of the Jazz greats in an intimate setting.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be enthralled and captivated by this amazing American composer and pianist who has performed and collaborated with the finest jazz musicians of his generation. Harvey Mason, Lee Ritenour, Nathan East, Gilberto Gil, Brenda Russell, Joe Pass, Phil Perry, Patti Austin, Natali Rene, Ernie Watts, Nelson Rangell, Sadao Watanabe, Charlie Bisharat,  Ricardo Silveira, Frank Quintero, Abraham Laboriel, Oscar Seaton, and of course brother Don Grusin, and Bill Sharpe and Shakatak, Don has recorded and performed with them all.

Check out the film of his 2004 concert “The Hang” for a taster of some of the finest Jazz you will ever experience.

Tables can be booked for supper (and those by the stage are obviously going fast!) or just pitch up and treat your ears to some of the finest Jazz you will hear this year.

 

News From Dry January?

OK Ploughsters, just a little catch up with what’s going on and what’s coming up.

CarnaC Poster JPEGFirstly, a reminder that this week’s live music Thursday (29th January) features the debut performance of CarnaC – A fantastic new twist on Folk-Rock, here at 8:30pm.

Tables for supper available and full menu from 6:00pm.

Next up, an evening of Art “Talk and Walk” by artists from the STRAY Group.

On MondayShoe 2nd February at 7:30pm members of the STRAY group will be chatting about their work, influences and inspirations followed by a guided tour of their work on exhibition in the Upper Galleries. Admission is free but please call 01763 290348 to book your place in the Mandolin Bar. Don’t forget to visit the current exhibition before it finishes – there are still some works on display available to purchase.

Thursday 5th February sees” Bad Sneakers” Plough debut. These guys have been champions of the local blues scene for many years, and are playing  semi-unplugged versions of their catalogue from 8:30pm. As always, tables are available to book for supper.

Also in February, we’re into our month-long Carnival season, with our Caribbean Art Workshops on Saturday 7th, Exhibition Preview of “Spirit Of Carnival” on Thursday 12th, and of course, our Caribbean Carnival Party on Saturday 14th February. Tickets are on sale now, and further details available here, and the menu, well, it’s here!

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That’s all for now – see you soon, Nick.