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Jazz Festival 2018

Coming soon. Review of the Jazz Festival 2018

What a brilliant weekend! We had the sunniest Bank Holiday weekend for years and thousands of people enjoyed music in venues in and around Clitheroe. If you have any photos, stories or comments about the festival, please send them to us - Click here and let us know.

 

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Julie Edward with Kevin Dearden

Julie Edward with Kevin Dearden

Sunday 1 July 2018 From 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Venue: The Spread Eagle Inn, Sawley Near Clitheroe BB7 4NH Tel: 01200 441202 | Web: www.spreadeaglesawley.co.uk | Tickets: FREE but advisable to book a table if dining.

Featuring: Julie Edwards - vocals, Kevin Dearden - guitar.

Vocalist, Julie Edwards, and guitarist, Kevin Dearden are a very experienced and popular jazz duo who have worked extensively across the North of England as a duo, in trios and quartets, more recently at The Grand’s Jazz Cafe. As a duo they present their own interpretations of popular jazz standards, with songs delivered in style. Julie studied at Leeds College of Music, singing with the Duke Ellington Repertory Orchestra. Kevin studied on sax at Royal Northern College of Music, and made a transition to guitar 6 years ago.

 


JAZZ FESTIVAL 2017 SUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS
Clitheroe Council, Ribble Valley Borough Council, Lancashire County CouncilThe Grand, Cloudspotting, Jazz NorthUnistage, Dugdale Nutrition, Fatface, The Local Herald
Supported and Funded by Arts Council England