An Interesting overview of jazz .
This is why you play the tenor sax -The Prohibition band take on a full house of students big acclaim and a magic night to savour.
@CHAPEL ARTS CENTRE Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR. 7.45pm Start.
Tell your friends £10.
One of the many things that sets Blowout Sax apart from other forms of instrumental tuition is the performance aspect.
At every Blowout gig there are in excess of 60 plus enthusiastic students showing off their new found skills in a very professionally organised performance.
The backing band is always made up of top Bristol session musicians and the band is run by the incredible talent of top American sax man and long-time Blowout Sax stalwart Craig Crofton.
“Students will be playing pop, blues, soul, and some ska/reggae. It’s classic party tunes, basically, from One Step Beyond to Baker Street, Local Hero’s Goin’ Home,Pick Up The Pieces it’ll all be there ” says Mark. “We’re giving people the experience of playing live; it gives learning a focus, a goal. This the 18th year of this gig and always been a sell out.’
This time we are also introducing some original House and Mark Archer penned reggae songs with students own solos too.
A man with his skin and skeleton removed showing how the muscle groups work to play a Saxophone from Body World.
Body world in Amsterdam, it’s a exhibition using real human bodies!
That is actually a man with his skin and skeleton removed showing how the muscle groups work!