Tony Kofi Tony Kofi is a member of the World Saxophone Quartet and the Jamaaladeen Tacuma group, and recently recorded with Ornette Coleman. He has appeared with Andrew Hill, David Murray and Sam Rivers, is a member of Byron Wallen's group Indigo, and has worked extensively with Chris Biscoe in Grand Union. In 2008 he was BBC Jazz Awards Instrumentalist of the Year, and his album All is Know was a double award winner in 2005 (BBC and Parliamentary Jazz Awards).
Liam Noble - Information about pianist Liam Noble and the Liam Noble Group.
Kate Williams - Pianist/Composer, Kate Williams website. Described by Humphrey Lyttleton as “A superbly lucid and inventive pianist and composer.”
Ben Davis - A site featuring the cello player's various group and solo activities. He played solo for Radio 3 at the Wapping Project; toured with Julian Joseph, Django Bates and the Mike Westbrook Orchestra, Mervyn Africa, Claire Martin and Steve Buckley and played classically with Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and the Dufay Collective and recorded with D-Influence, Christine Tobin and Huw Warren.
Brian Godding - Guitarist Brian Godding was in various Mike Westbrook's lineups and of course, was also a member of Full Monte. A history of his long career is included with information about a new venture "Happy Days Productions".
Grand Union - Chris also performs with the Grand Union Orchestra.
Mark Bassey - Chris and trombonist Mark Bassey worked together writing and performing material in a series of concerts entitled "Dialogic" when Full Monte collaborated with The Blowpipes trombone trio.
Dave Barry - Jazz drummer Dave Barry has worked with Chris Biscoe in various bands including those with Peter Jacobsen and also in various Mike Westbrook ensembles.
Corey Mwamba - Corey's main instruments are vibraphone and dulcimer and his fascinating site is packed with information about his work and his thoughts.
Roger Turner - Improvising percussionist Roger Turner's first formal performance was in 1966 in a duo with Chris Biscoe. He has since worked with Lol Coxhill, Evan Parker, Phil Minton and Cecil Taylor among many other notable jazz improvisors.
Other Jazz Links
Way Out West A west London based collective of musicians including Tim Whitehead, Kate Williams, Tony Kinsey, Pete Hurt, Tony Woods and Eddie Harvey, presenting music weekly at an intimate and friendly venue in Richmond upon Thames.
www.jazzcafeposk.co.uk The Polish Jazz Café POSK! is run by volunteers driven by their love for live music and providing a friendly environment for upcoming and established musicians to share their music to the Polish community, residents of West London and music enthusiasts from further afield.
www.cambridgejazzcoop.org.uk The Cambridge Jazz Co-op is a group of amateur jazz musicians in Cambridge UK. They arrange Masterclasses which are mostly led by tutors who are professional jazz musicians, often of international standing.
Ronnie Scott's - The world famous jazz night club set in the heart of London's Soho and presenting jazz music of international standard. The club celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2009.
Falmusic - Fully interactive site for the many talented musicians and lively venues in the vicinity of Falmouth, Cornwall, UK. News and other input is welcomed county-wide. Webmaster and writer are into jazz and blues but are open-minded.
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