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Paul Haywood

After working as a saxophonist and vocalist with many bands and local performers and recording artists, Paul has focused his energies to create this new exciting project. Combining influences from vocal greats such as Kurt Elling, Bobby McFerrin, Tony Bennet and D'angelo, saxophonists Kenny Garrett, Cannonball Adderly, Bob Berg and Coltrane, and composers/arrangers such as Wayne Shorter, Bill Evans and Laurence Hobgood. Expect to hear standards and popular songs given a surprising and refreshing contemporary Jazz treatment as well as choice modern jazz covers and entirely original material


Simon Latarche

Cornwall based and internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Simon Latarche has been providing quality music for events and festivals throughout the last twenty years. Classically trained, he is equally at home in Jazz, Pop or Classical genres and able to provide a range of ensembles from solo piano, through duos, trios and on to larger jazz line ups. Original compositions ‘Cornish Preludes’ have been broadcast on radio worldwide. The Simon Latarche quartet performs at jazz clubs throughout the South West and Simon is also known for his versatility in providing personal music packages for the perfect wedding, private or corporate event.


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