Fleet Jazz Club puts on monthly jazz performances from some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians on the third Tuesday of the month, in a “jazz club” environment at the Harlington Centre in Fleet. The club has an enthusiastic and growing membership since it started in January 2013, and we are always very happy to see new people too. There’s more about who we are and what we do here.

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We have a growing gallery of wonderful photos of recent gigs thanks to our friends at Aldershot, Farnham & Fleet Camera Club (AFFCC). Also we have created short profiles of most of the artists who have performed at Fleet Jazz Club.

March 20th – Dave and Judith O’Higgins: “His’n’Hers Quintet”

Dave O’Higgins – tenor sax,  Judith O’Higgins – tenor sax, Graham Harvey – piano, Marianne Windham – double bass, Alex Eberhard – drums.

Tenor saxophonist Dave O’Higgins is a hugely popular and well-known figure on the international jazz scene. Twice winner of Best Tenor Sax in the British Jazz Awards, his powerful, driving style has been a feature of the scene for over 25 years, performing with everyone from Cleo Laine to Frank Sinatra.

For his appearance at Fleet, Dave O’Higgins is joined by wife and fellow tenor player Judith O’Higgins, apparently in the manner of the movie, Mr & Mrs Smith…

In reality this is in the good humoured tradition of the great Johnny Griffin – Eddie Lockjaw Davis group, with some of the best arrangements borrowed from that repertoire. Although the two tenors were of different temperaments both musically and emotionally their ideas complemented and enhanced one another. In the words of Eddie Lockjaw Davis: “What we are doing is presenting, side by side, two different styles of playing tenor—a contrast, not a contest”.

Expect swinging straight ahead tough tenors in the time-honoured tradition!

“Exceptional fluency.. one of Britain’s finest musicians” (The Observer)

Tickets £14 – click here to buy online

More information on the 2017/2018 Programme

March 20th Dave and Judith O’Higgins: “His’n’Hers Quintet”

April 17th Sara Dowling Quintet plays “Nancy Wilson with the George Shearing Quartet”

May 15th Paul Booth with the Janette Mason Trio “The Music of Horace Silver and Herbie Hancock”

June 19th Gordon Campbell All Star Octet

July 17th SEASON FINALE: Clark Tracey’s Stan Tracey Legacy Big Band