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Malija at The Hen & Chicken

Where

The Hen & Chicken
210 North Street, Bedminster
Bristol

When

Sun, October 22, 2017
20:15

Add to Calendar 2017-10-22 20:15 2017-10-22 Malija at The Hen & Chicken MALIJA is Mark Lockheart’s (Loose Tubes co-founder, Polar Bear) current small group with the amazing Liam Noble (Christine Tobin, Dave Liebman) on piano and Jasper Høiby (Phronesis) on bass.
They formed the group as a result of an invitation to perform at the Rochester Jazz Festival 2014 in New York and from the very first rehearsal had so much fun and musical empathy. They had all worked together previously on Mark’s 2009 album ‘In Deep’ but this time they all decided to share the writing between them and explore a sound world without drums.

The pleasure of this trio in their close relationship is infectiously evident all over the set.” The Guardian (UK)

This sophisticated, genre-bending trio has been delighting audiences since its debut album release “The Day I Had Everything” on Edition Records.
Driven by a commitment to ‘in-the-moment improvisation’ and collective musical banter, the band’s idiomatic sweep through bluegrass, tango, abstract grooves and shimmering landscapes is delivered with flair and playful abandon.
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Tickets

£14

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MALIJA is Mark Lockheart’s (Loose Tubes co-founder, Polar Bear) current small group with the amazing Liam Noble (Christine Tobin, Dave Liebman) on piano and Jasper Høiby (Phronesis) on bass.
They formed the group as a result of an invitation to perform at the Rochester Jazz Festival 2014 in New York and from the very first rehearsal had so much fun and musical empathy. They had all worked together previously on Mark’s 2009 album ‘In Deep’ but this time they all decided to share the writing between them and explore a sound world without drums.

The pleasure of this trio in their close relationship is infectiously evident all over the set.” The Guardian (UK)...

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Ian Storror uploaded this event on October 4, 2017

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