Mood Indigo Events presents...
Thursday 8 October 2020
Tickets: £13 via website, £16 on the door
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this concert has, reluctantly, been cancelled. We will strive to reschedule these artists. Ticketholders will be contacted directly by Mood Indigo Events.
Graeme Flowers is a very sought after A-list musician, who boasts countless television and concert appearances supporting some of the industry's greatest showmen including Quincy Jones, Taylor Swift, Paul Weller, Jools Holland, The James Taylor Quartet, Cee Lo Green, Michael Buble and a host more.
In the studio, Graeme has recorded on multiple albums to name but a few for Leona Lewis, John Newman, Rebecca Ferguson, Simply Red, Katie Melua and the list goes on. For the world of jazz, Graeme has also recorded on the Jazz albums of The London Horns, Tim Rose, Clement Regert, Jacob Quistgaard and Will Todd. He has also established himself as an International force with the trumpet and has featured on ‘world music’ albums of Eliane Correa, Lokkhi Terra, Cubafrobeat, Saravah Soul, Justin Thurgur, Pandit Danesh, Family Atlantica, Afro Elements and Jazzinho.
Graeme has toured with Kyle Eastwood, Clint’s bass playing son. He has performed on, and written music for three Clint Eastwood movie soundtracks, and played at all the major jazz festivals and jazz clubs in America, Japan, Europe, Indonesia and South Africa.
Graeme recently recorded on the soundtracks for movies Early Man and Hurricane. His latest works include him playing for Gregory Porter and The BBC Big Band.
Terence Collie has developed enormous respect as a jazz pianist able to cross all styles while retaining a strong personal identity. He is currently running and playing at many successful jazz nights in south west London featuring top line jazz artists as well as performing regularly at some of the best jazz venues in the South of England.
“Sadler’s playing is tight, powerful and positive—and a perfect complement for Serra’s vocals. Even when Sadler plays slowly and sparingly, as he does on “Walking Wounded” and “This Bird Has Flown,” – he’s an emphatic presence.”
Richard Sadler moved to London in 1989, giving himself five years to succeed or fail as a musician… Since then he played regularly across all genres – jazz, pop, blues…even country! He continues to work as a musician, composer and sound engineer.
He was a founding member of the Neil Cowley Trio and recorded the first three albums and toured extensively with the trio, contributing to the writing and arranging. In 2006, they were presented with a ‘BBC jazz award’ and even made it to ‘Later with Jools Holland’ on the BBC!
He has worked as a studio session musician (e.g. Ray Davies (Kinks), Paul Weller and Tom Jones).
As a jazz musician, he has played and continues to play with many great players. He has played at major festivals in the UK (Glastonbury, The Big Chill, London Jazz Festival etc) He has played in major venues in UK from Queen Elizabeth Hall to Ronnie Scott’s.
He has played at jazz clubs and festivals in USA (Rochester, New York), Canada (Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto), Australia (Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne), New Zealand (Auckland, Queenstown) Thailand, most of Europe.
Mood Indigo Events are run by Kingston-based vocalist Janet McCunn and Hampton-based pianist Terence Collie combining their efforts to bring great jazz music to SW London and beyond. This is all done without funding and is reliant solely on your continued support in attendance at our events.