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Jazz at The Hive

The Hive in Shrewsbury

partikel - 15th September 2012

 

It was another amazing night of jazz in Shrewsbury town centre.  Thoroughly enjoyed by both the band and the audience.

See the review on the Hive website. Thanks to Lance Chase for these pictures.

 

 

 

 

Aquarium at the hive , shrewsbury 9th june 2012

review by an SJN regular

So why do I go to such gigs?  It's because I admire people presenting new music and realise jazz has to develop to stay alive....

 

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JJ Wheeler at the Hive, Shrewsbury, Saturday 10 March 2012

 

Review by Ian Mann (www.thejazzmann.com)


Ian Mann enjoys a performance by the J J Wheeler Quintet and takes a look at their newly released album "Unconventional".

 

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The Magic Hat Ensemble, The Hive, Shrewsbury, 10th April 2010

 

Review by Ian Mann (www.thejazzmann.com)

The Manchester based quintet Magic Hat Ensemble kicked off their UK spring tour with this enjoyable and entertaining evening at The Hive Arts Centre in Shrewsbury. Ironically the group’s itinerary brings them to my home town of Leominster on 16th April to play the town’s intimate Blue Note venue. By the time I’d learnt of this I’d already committed myself to covering Michael Janisch’s Saxophone Summit band in Pontypool so my only chance to catch up with the Hatters was here at Shrewsbury.

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John Turville at the Hive, Shrewsbury, Saturday 23 January 2010

 

Review by Ian Mann (www.thejazzmann.com)

Shrewsbury is a comparatively easy destination for me but surprisingly this was my first visit to The Hive, a small but thriving arts centre that plays host to the Shrewsbury Jazz Network. SJN promote one gig a month there, usually on Saturday evenings with the programme alternating between locally based musicians and nationally known names. I was made most welcome by the hard working SJN team and will endeavour to return to cover some future events.

 

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