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Big band compositions and blue note classics are coming to Folkestone’s Jazz Club

PUBLISHED: 12:44 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:44 15 February 2017

Audiences will be able to enjoy live jazz

Audiences will be able to enjoy live jazz

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Pete Carter and his band will be taking to the stage

Another all star line up hits The Folkestone Jazz Club when Pete Cater makes an appearance this February.

When he first formed his band last year the club was the first club to present them. Their performance had ‘great’ arrangements, many by the big band arranger and great trombonist Adrian Fry.

With big band drummer Pete Cater in charge, this outfit cannot fail to drive and swing and that is why Folkestone Jazz Club have invited them back.

Pete Cater is the leader and on drums, Richard Shepherd on alto saxophone, George Hogg on trumpet, Adrian Fry on trombone, Simon Thorpe on double bass, and Pete Whittaker on the organ.

The show is taking place on February 23.

For tickets and information call 01303 277175.

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