In-demand musician performing at Welwyn Garden City club

Paul Booth will play Herts Jazz Club in Welwyn Garden City [Picture: Miki Barlok]

Paul Booth will play Herts Jazz Club in Welwyn Garden City [Picture: Miki Barlok]

Copyright: Miki Barlok

Following last weekend’s successful three-day music festival, it’s the turn of an award-winning saxophonist to perform in Welwyn Garden City this Sunday.

Tenor sax man Paul Booth brings his quartet to Herts Jazz Club on Sunday night.

Having released four solo albums to date, Paul has firmly established himself as an in-demand solo artist, as well as a ‘first call’ sideman for many big names in both the jazz and popular music worlds.

In his early years, whilst studying at the Royal Academy of Music, he won many awards including the prestigious Clifford Brown/Stan Getz fellowship held in Miami, ‘The Best Modern Jazz Player’ category in the televised ‘Young Jazz Player of the Year’ competition and several more.

Joining Paul in Screen 2 of the Garden City Cinema/Hawthorne Theatre complex will be Steve Hamilton on piano, Dave Whitford on bass and Andrew Bain on drums.

The concert starts at 7.30pm.

Advance tickets cost £3 students, £9 members, £11 concessions and £12 full.

Walk-ups are £5 students, £10 members, £13 concessions and £14 full.

Book online at www.hertsjazz.co.uk/gigs.html or call the box office on 0300 3039 620.

• For more information about Herts Jazz Club, see www.hertsjazz.co.uk

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