Get your jazz on!

Good news for live music lovers!  After being without a venue since the closure of Doc Morgan’s, the trio of Teun Schut, Buff Allen, and Rob Bailey have secured the Tunstall Bay Clubhouse for a series of monthly jazz shows that will take place over the coming winter.   Beginning on Saturday, December 6th at 7 PM, the trio will be once again performing their renditions of jazz standards for the faithful.  
The Tunstall Bay Clubhouse is perhaps the most acoustically pleasing venue on the island to hear live music in, and the trio has plans to record a live album in the space over the next few months and hopefully release it on vinyl.   For one night a month, the Clubhouse will be transformed into a jazz club, with candles on tables, ambient lighting, and a cash bar serving beer and wine.  
The trio has enjoyed a dedicated and loyal following over the last few years on Bowen, with residencies at Doc Morgan’s, and The Snug.  Jazz Fridays have become somewhat of an institution on Bowen!  There is some talk of reviving the Friday night tradition at the Bowen pub over the winter, but no firm plans are set yet.  
Please come out and support live music on Bowen.  Tickets are 15 dollars at the door, and drink tickets are 5 dollars.   Doors open at 7PM, with music starting around 8PM.  Yes, it is on the same night as Light Up The Cove, but there is time to enjoy both.  Besides, as one of the band members has said, “anybody who wants to have a couple of drinks and listen to live jazz could give a hoot about Santa anyway…”

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