SAXOPHONIST and piccolo player Munch Manship will entertain, together with his quartet, at the next live music event presented by the Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Club.
Munch Manship has hugely strong pedigree from his association with many of the international jazz greats during his time playing with a number of well known big bands and smaller groups. He is also respected as a jazz educater and talented and technically challenging saxophonistn ot to mention – somewhat rarer in jaz – a renowned piccolo player!
His first Clitheroe gig takes place on Thursday March 1st, from 8 p.m. at the club’s usual venue, the Atrium Café Bar, at Clitheroe Castle.It has a licensed bar, plus food available, and good parking.
Tickets are £10 at the door (members £8, students and under-16s half-price) and all are welcome.
The club’s next gig at the Atrium is the Georgina Bromilow Quartet on Thursday March 29th. For more about the club and all its activities, including how to join, visit: www.rvjazzandblues.co.uk or phone 07870 908159.