Very excited as the month end brings new adventure and destinations
We'll bring Hanukkah in with the swing of 9 concert series in Israel with Eyal Vilner big band from New York
check it out...
"on my way to Canaan Land..." 🎶
Glory Hallelujah!! 💕
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Denise Gordon shared Keswick Jazz and Blues Festival's post.
Roll on 2018 indeed 🎶
Keswick Jazz & Blues fest
Enrico Tomasso All Star Big Band
and Tom Kincaid 3 Bears
Thank you Keswick for the
UK love ❤️
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A four-day celebration of the best of New Orleans, Swing, Hot Club, Classic, Traditional, Mainstream Jazz and Blues in Keswick from the 10th – 13th May 2018.….and 2017 was awesome! Roll on 2018...
Denise Gordon shared David Jones's post.
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Lifting The Blues at the Bacon 26/10 What a Line up it now includes as well as Kaz Hawkins Sarah Kelly ,The Gentleman Rock'n' Roller Mr Tommy Hare , the fabulous Amy Mayes and now jazz meets gospel ...
Join the Rock 'n' Soul bus
down to London town 🎶
Europe's official 'BEST BOOGIE WOOGIE PIANIST', Ben Waters is performing with his Big Band at the Cadogan Hall on the 21st October.
Featuring the Tom Waters Quartet, Lila Ammons, Amy Mayes from The Amy Mayes Band, Denise Gordon and Tommy Hare,
this will be a sensational evening of hot rock 'n' roll and cool jazz!
£10 of every ticket is being donated to Lifting the Blues (www.liftingtheblues.com), a charity dedicated to destigmatising Mental Health through music.
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UK Soulful Jazz and Blues singer-songwriter Denise Gordon has performed on the International Jazz scene for over a decade.
Denise Gordon is energetically magnetic, she engages with everyone, bringing joy and light to the entire performance. Singing from the heart, Denise connects with the audience and leaves them completely fulfilled.
Famous Names Like Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday were evoked, but what sets Denise apart from revivalists is her more rootsy approach and Soul/Gospel inflections, often more reminiscent of Aretha Franklin
Jazz Review Stratford Herald