When Mick Stuart finished jazz school he was the oldest in his class. If he wasn't the worst performer, he certainly felt like it. However, he did pick up some arranging skills and he still liked writing songs. Mick decided to gather some fine musicians around him to make him sound good. It almost worked.
Mick formed the Irish jazz band, Dig A Little Deeper. He wrote 11 original tunes and recruited Ríona Hartman (vocals), Johhny Taylor (piano), Dan Callaghan (double bass) and Tommy Gray (drums) to come with their debut album, Songs From The Small Hours.
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