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******************************* NEW THIS WEEK ****************************** On Saturday, 8th July at Risbygate Sports Club, Westley Rd, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3RR the Headhunters team present Celebrating Hoagy. The Ipswich Jazz Collective meet on the 2nd Friday in the month to hold a jam session at the Golden Hind Pub on Nacton Road Ipswich. Bring your instrument, voice, friends & family and enjoy a night of good music and good fun!

7.45pm (doors 7pm) Admission £10 CHRIS INGHAM piano/vocal PAUL HIGGS trumpet OWEN MORGAN bass Sold out at Ronnie Scott’s in 20, a festival favourite and a Sunday Times Top 10 Jazz album of 2014, the Chris Ingham Trio’s Celebrating Hoagy is packed with the songs and stories of one of America’s most enduring and endearing songwriters. Hosted by local musicians, including guitar, bass and drums.

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Subscribe to Jazz Update Email: Please sign up to our mailing list by entering your email address in the box above and clicking “subscribe”, to be kept informed about jazz news and events in the area.Wry, wise, sentimental, down-home and sophisticated, Hoagy Carmichael’s songs are beloved for their warmth, wit and melodic beauty. Facebook page “Tendring Jazz Collective” Last Wednedsday of each month from 8pm till pm.Development has been favoured by its proximity to junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking it to London, Birmingham and Banbury.It has good road links to Oxford, Kidlington, Brackley, Buckingham, Aylesbury and Witney, as well as a railway stations on two axes; Bicester North and Bicester Village.It has its own town council, approximately a one quarter of the population hence ward contribution to the District Council and further representation as to different local governmental matters on the County Council. In 2014 the Government in concert with the local planning authority planned for Bicester to become a garden city on the basis of the size of its buffers, distance from the Metropolitan Green Belt and in part to accommodate the demand of commuters to London and Oxford. The name Bicester, which has been in use since the mid 17th century, derives from earlier forms including Berncestre, Burencestre, Burcester, Biciter and Bissiter; the John Speed map of 1610 shows four alternative spellings and historian G. Dannatt found 45 variants in wills of the 17th and 18th centuries.

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