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Paul Riley Quintet

Wednesday 7th November 2012 6pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Ray's Jazz Event, Free Event

'Paul is a saxophonist who plays from the heart. His tone and tastefully-crafted phrasing not only clarifies this, but also
highlights his maturity of musicianship. Contemporary in style, he plays in an unexaggerated way with dynamics and
space, flowing naturally and bouncing off the interaction of his band members' - Russell Van Den Berg.

Line Up ::
Paul Riley :: Sax
Ant Law :: Guitar
Rob Barron :: Piano
Loz Garratt :: Bass
Dave Hamblett :: Drums

LJF logoTickets: Free - no need to book, just come along!


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