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jazz guitarist in the Essex (Southend) area wanted

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since 1/3 of my trio (Palmgrease) retired to Ireland recently I've decided I want to put a duo together.

I need a jazz guitarist that can happily knock out tunes from the real book, play some Charlie Parker heads in unison with me on bass - impress the audience (as if).
Perform favorites like Autumn Leaves, All the things you are,other well know standards.
Some sambas, some bossa : One Note Samba, Ipanema etc
We'd be sharing solos, swapping fours lot of improv and thoroughly enjoying ourselves

Two players means all kinds of gigs would be available, that regular bands couldn't do. Small bars, restaurants, even old folk homes.

It would be a great way to advance your playing skills & repertoire.

So.....If you know anyone who might like to get involved please put them in touch.

 

only guitarists between the ages of 18 to 95 need apply (give or take)

Shonks

Live Palmgrease trio at the bottom of the page on this link: https://soundcloud.com/palmgrease

 

 

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