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Hailed by critics as the toughest and most creative group of his career.

Wednesday
August 10, 2011

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
47 Frith Street
London (SoHo) W1D 4HT
tel: 020 7439 0747
Tommy Smith has been away from the club circuit for many years building up the amazing jazz scene in Scotland. He is the driving force behind the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, his youth orchestra and the new jazz course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He has only played outside his homeland with the European super-group of Arild Anderson and Paolo Vinaccia with whom he has travelled world-wide.

He has now put together a suite of music and a band comprising the cream of Scottish musicians which has been described as the toughest and most creative of his career. Best of all he has arranged a UK tour for them.

Comprising Smith on tenor and soprano saxophones and Shakuhachi flute, mega-talented pianist and keyboardist Steve Hamilton, six string bass guitar sensation Kevin Glasgow and jet-powered drummer Alyn Cosker, KARMA presents music of gob-smacking energy and superb inventiveness.
all upcoming 2011 gigs:
10 August: London - Ronnie Scott’s Brit-Jazz Fest 2011
29 September: Basingstoke - The Forge At The Anvil
30 September: Cambridge - Modern Jazz Club Hidden Rooms
02 October: Welwyn Garden City - Herts Jazz Club
04 October: Manchester - Band On The Wall
05 October: Hull - The Goodfellowship Inn
06 October: Warrick – Arts Centre
07 October: Wakefield - Wakefield Sports Club
08 October: Liverpool - Capstone Theatre
18 November: London Jazz Festival
2011 by Tommy Smith - design and development by nadworks, cb