Tonight, the Jazz Cafe welcomes back some familiar faces for a trio gig which promises to delight and surprise audiences.
Back in February, the venue hosted Paul Baxter's Horace Silver project, Seven Pieces of Silver and now Paul returns, this time as one third of the In/Out trio. Joined by saxophonist Stuart MacDonald and drummer Johnny Hunter, this trio is a creative outlet for all three of these busy musicians which allows them to explore standards and original material, blurring the line between written and improvised content.
The members of the trio are well known in their hometown of Manchester, where they regularly appear as part of outfits like the Blind Monk Trio, the Manchester Jazz Collective and more.
Tickets cost £5 on the door. To find out more about the band, visit Paul Baxter's website (www.paulbaxtermusic.com) and to find out about other upcoming gigs at the Jazz Cafe, visit their website. (http://www.jazzcafe-newcastle.co.uk)