Tue, 17 Sept|
Thorpe Hall Golf Club
Dance Night with The Deptford Rivieras
Gary Baldwin on Organ, Phil Veacock on sax & Alan Savage on Drums
Time & Location
17 Sept 2019, 18:30
Thorpe Hall Golf Club, Thorpe Hall Ave, Southend-on-Sea SS1 3AT, UK
About The Event
Doors 6.30pm music starts at 8pm
Annie's welcomes back the Deptford Rivieras and this time, the dance floor will be available.
“Superbly talented, groovy and blue, The Deptford Rivieras are the pulsating sound of swinging London”- Jools Holland
The ‘Deptford Riviera’ is the name given to the southern shore-line of the River Thames between Rotherhithe and Deptford Creek. Hailing from that zone in South East London, The Deptford Rivieras are a trio playing funky bluesy jazzy soul and ska in the style of '60’s blue note legends.
Phil Veacock (Tenor Saxophone) is best known as a long-time member, main arranger and musical director of Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. .
He has played with and arranged for an unbelievable roster of musical legends from every genre. A quick look at some of the names shows Soul legends such as Al Green, Barry white, George Benson and with pop legends Elton John, Paul Macartney & Van Morrison. “
Gary Baldwin...the British Grand Master of the Hammond Organ”. He was a member of the seminal Tommy Chase Band who led the 90’s Jazz revival. He too has a long list of legendary artists with whom he has worked and collaborated among them Fats Domino, Doris Troy, Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, Lulu, Bryan Adams & Joss Stone.
Alan Savage (Drums) has had a long career in both the pop and jazz/blues fields backing such names as Joe Jackson, Alison Moyet, Olivia Newton-John and Freddie Mercury together with Bluesmen like Otis Grand and Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges. Currently, Alan is the driving-force behind OoBopSh’Bam one of the UK’s leading jump-jive/rock n roll outfits.
Students and MU members (on presentation of relevant ID)