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6th December Georgina Jackson 12 noon

Georgina began her musical career working as a professional trumpeter for years with many famous faces, such as Frank Sinatra Junior, Nancy Sinatra, and Seal, and touring Big Bands in Concert Halls, television, and radio.

Harboring a desire to wear a posh frock, Georgina decided to make a dash for the front mic! Setting up her own Big Band to play at a local ballroom was the first step to fulfilling her frock and singing ambitions. She’s now regarded as a leading jazz singer and musician and has been keeping the music alive in lockdown with her virtual gigs.

 

Join us online at 12 noon for live music, chat, and laughter.  Just click on the link:

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83797334867

Don't forget to update your Zoom to the latest version ( 5.0)

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To join the zoom session with sound and vision see our HOME page, but if you only have a basic phone, you can listen in by dialing(UK) 0203 481 5240 and then input the ID 83797334867

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NEW TO ZOOM? HOW TO JOIN THE ONLINE SESSIONS.

To access our online concerts, you’ll need to download the ‘Zoom’ video-conferencing application onto your computer, tablet, or smartphone in advance.  You can do that here

https://zoom.us/download

 

Once you have done that, you just need to click on the appropriate link provided on our HOME PAGE, at noon and you will be put in a 'waiting room' so that in a short time the 'host' will bring you into the zoom session.

If you’ve never used Zoom before, there’s a simple video guide to using zoom here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9isp3qPeQ0E

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EXTERNAL EVENTS

 

Our Chair, Susan May, runs a number of small Jazz Clubs under the Umbrella title of

SPIKES PLACE, in memory of her late husband Spike Robinson, a famous Sax musician.

 

Only the Brentwood Club has been operating, with strict Covid precautions in place, but it will only open again when the current shut-down is relaxed.

 

The planned Leon Greening gig may have to be re-scheduled.

 

 

Tuesday 17th November Leon Greening Quartet

With Leon Greening - piano

Alex Garnett – alto sax

Conor Chaplin – bass and Matt Skelton – drums

 

 

 

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