with Luke Flowers and Dean Masser
Thursday 17th August 2017 9pm
We welcome tonight with great pleasure the renowned Jazz and Blues singer/pianist Jeremy Sassoon and to accompany him is the Cinematic Orchestra's drummer Luke Flowers.
Jeremy Sassoon comes with a great CV having headlined at many esteemed jazz venues such as Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in Soho, the Boisdale Club in Canary Wharf and the A-Trane Jazz Club in Berlin. All of which qualifies him admirably for a performance at the Number 39, where we like to get you the very best.
Always very popular at Number 39 is Luke Flowers and he brings with him a wealth of experience having been a professional musician with over 20 year's experience in the industry. Luke has played venues around the world including The Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House, The Greek Theatre and Glastonbury Main Stage.
Update: Joining Jeremy and Luke tonight will be a very special guest, the renowned Dean Masser on tenor saxophone. Dean has played alongside many of the leading names in British jazz at Ronnie Scott's plus numerous venues and festivals. He has many television and radio appearances and to his credit, released his first album, "Old School" as leader in 2010.
You can learn more and watch some videos at the Jeremy Sassoon Website.
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Number 39 Hopstar Brewery Tap
39-41, Bridge Street
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