STONNINGTON JAZZ 2010 — DAY 7

The Malvern Town Hall concert may have been great, and Intangible Asset No. 82 was undoubtedly an asset, but I reckon we had the best of it with the double bill at Chapel Off Chapel. Time prevents me posting a review at this stage — life is getting in the way — so for the moment I am posting some pics from each set.

BRIAN ABRAHAMS DISTRICT SIX at Chapel Off Chapel

The line-up for Abrahams’ ensemble was Abrahams on drums John McAll on piano, Zvi Belling on electric bass, Nick Lester on tenor sax and Eugene Ball on trumpet.

Brian Abrahams
Brian Abrahams

Brian Abrahams District Six
District Six

Nick Lester and Eugene Ball
Nick Lester and Eugene Ball

Zvi Belling and Brian Abrahams
Zvi Belling and Brian Abrahams

Nick Lester
Nick Lester

WAY OUT WEST at Chapel Off Chapel

The line-up for Way Out West was Peter Knight on trumpet and flugelhorn, Dung Nguyen on modified electric guitar and Vietnamese traditional stringed instruments, Ray Pereira on percussion, Howard Cairns on acoustic bass, Paul Williamson on saxophones and Raj Jayaweera on drums.

Way Out West
Way Out West: Pereira, Nguyen and Cairns

Way Out West
Way Out West

Williamson and Knight
Williamson and Knight

Nguyen and Cairns
Nguyen and Cairns

Williamson and Knight
Williamson and Knight

Pereira, Cairns and Jayaweera
Pereira, Cairns and Jayaweera

Pereira, Knight, Nguyen and Cairns
Pereira, Knight, Nguyen and Cairns

Pereira and Nguyen
Pereira and Nguyen

Nguyen and Cairns
Nguyen and Cairns

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One response to “STONNINGTON JAZZ 2010 — DAY 7

  1. I knew Brian with District Six in London, I’ve posted some photos if anyone Down Under can send him the link, Sincerely Gillfoto

    Russell Herman with District Six

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