Jazz Up Thursdays with Raoul Vignal (FRANCE) & Four Brewers

Raoul Vignal 7PM

From 2010 to this day, Raoul Vignal has been playing modern folk music. Forming the essence of his compositions, soothing vocals and delicate fingerpicking played on alternate tunings are Vignal‘s trademark. 
After releasing his debut album “The Silver Veil” on Talitres, Raoul Vignal toured all over Europe (from Portugal to Poland), playing shows and festivals such as Eurosonic in the Netherlands, Fusion Festival in Germany, Le Printemps de Bourges, Les Nuits de Fourvière in France, Wilderness Festival in the UK, to name a few.
Shortly after, he entered the studio with his touring bandmates and recorded “Oak Leaf”, a more ‘mature’ and orchestrated full-length, mastered at Klangbild Studios in Berlin.

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Four Brewers 8:30PM
Drawing on influences from Michael Brecker, Anton Eger, Kenny Baron and Ray Brown, FourBrewers‘ sound combines the old and new creating a formidable fusion of Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Latin, and Folk music. Formed of musicians from all four corners of the country, this quartet paints a cohesive and powerful message of where the contemporary jazz scene is at today. 

Four Brewers consists of:
Harry Toulson- Alto Saxophone
Will Hobson- Piano
Mark Fincham- Double Bass
Laurence Di Mauro- Drums