Jazz at The Leinster, Sunday Arvo: Good Grief!

Bob and I sauntered in to find a bunch of musos waiting to start – quite a bizarre turn-out as they insisted on playing Jazz. I suspect Roger Clark was mainly to blame. Very thin on the ground for singers, so we amused ourselves by picking ridiculous saxaphone oriented numbahs and smoking them, one after one.

Jezza shone on piano – at 17 he is so good we had to enquire as to his antecedents – congratulations to his teacher Howard Belling for this one!

Even Mr T got a few tunes with just guitar and what was supposed to be no keyboards. He disgraced himself by trying to play both simultaneously, and whilst this had no effect upon the standard of his piano playing,the guitar definitely suffered. Ah well..

Peter Cole (saxaphone) continues to improve with age, a bit like fine wine, but not as often drunk.

So, see if you can top that this week. I doubt it!



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