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Radio's jazz season continues

Monday 4 July 2005

Drystone Radio, the region's community radio station presents Dylan Howe's Five Corners.

The Quintet will playing at Skipton Little Theatre on Friday 15th July (8pm).

Tickets cost £8 including drinks and can be bought from Image-on-it, Skipton Music Emporium or at the door on the night.

The Quintet consist of Dylan Howe on drums, Quentin Collins on the trumpet, Brandon Allen on the Tenor Sax, Andrew McCormack on the piano and Aidan O'Donnell on the double bass.

Dylan Howe was the drummer with the late Ian Dury's Blockheads and is out on the jazz road at the moment promoting his second album, 'This is it'.

Jazz fans speak with nothing but enthusiasm for Dylan and he has received rave reviews nationally, "It takes very accomplished musicians to play this kind of music" Dave Gelly The Observer 2004.

This gig is another in a long line of Jazz gigs organised by the radio station.

The next Drystone Radio gig will be in September, when Huddersfield's finest Julie Edwards performs again at Skipton Little Theatre.


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