Kim Cypher jazz band
26 January | 7:30 pm - 9:45 pm| £12.50
One of the UK’s most exciting female saxophonists, vocalists and composers
Inspired by the funkier side of jazz and having studied alongside US saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis and internationally acclaimed jazz saxophonist Andy Sheppard, Kim Cypher’s style of performance is best described as ‘funky saxophonist meets 1940’s jazz singer’.
Kim performs an eclectic mix of music spanning many genres with a quirky, jazzy twist together with original material from her debut album ‘Make Believe’, all packaged up in a captivating performance and warm stage presence.
With performances all across the UK and in New York under her belt, Kim will be appearing as part of her ‘Make Believe‘ album tour alongside her fabulous band featuring some of the UK’s finest musicians:
Chris Cobbson – guitar; Mike Green – double bass; Mike Cypher – drums.
Kim’s musical career spans 3 decades having performed semi-professionally in a variety of bands whilst still at school. Having worked her way up the ranks, setting up her own bands, composing original material, releasing a debut album and turning to music professionally together with husband and drummer Mike Cypher, Kim is now emerging as one of the most exciting female saxophonists, jazz vocalists and composers on the circuit.
Album number 2 is due for release early 2019 with some special guest performers including 13 times winner of ‘Best Jazz Pianist’ in the British Jazz Awards David Newton, New York guitarist B.D. Lenz, tenor saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis plus many more.
Expect a lively, exciting performance of jazz, funk, blues, swing, latin and more. Kim will also be available for CD signing after the performance.
“Exciting stuff” – Clare Teal BBC Radio 2
Advance Tickets cost £12.50 – On the door on the night they will cost £15.00
We have a limited number of tables suitable for parties of either 4 or 6 people, available to reserve at a cost of £10 and £15 respectively. Please contact our Administrator on 01666 505496 to make a reservation