HOSS, NORCROSS & JEAN-PAUL GARD Sun 9th August
LINEUP: Elaina Hoss (vocals) Dominic Norcross (sax) & Jean-Paul Gard (hammond organ),
Many will recognise Dominic from the colourful swing band, ‘The Numbers Racket’ that has amazed Brecon Jazz for the last few years, and he has also featured in the big band lineups at the Festival regularly. Dominic has been a highly acclaimed and notable jazz saxophonist on the British scene and touring for many years. Digby Fairweather said it was, “like having Zoot Simms on stage playing next to me.”
Dominic’s lyrical style is akin to some of the greats in jazz performance, such as Stan Getz and Gerry Mulligan – but he has also toured with many in the Blues World. Ex Rolling Stone Mick Taylor called him, “the best rock ‘n’ roll sax player in Europe.”
We’re very proud to have a performer of such exceptional musical talent and sophistication as Dominic, and who makes such a commitment to Brecon and Welsh Festivals, to feature in this year’s BJF.
Elaine Hoss is a much-loved jazz vocalist, has performed extensively in concerts and clubs across Wales, the UK and internationally. Highlights include the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, Disneyland Paris, the Millennium Centre, Cardiff, the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. Elaina has been on tour to Spain, performing at the San Sebastian Jazz Festival, in a line-up including Keith Jarrett and Herbie Hancock.
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