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The Jeremy Stacey Quartet featuring Jason Rebello

20 February 2020 @ 8:15 pm - 11:00 pm


World class drummer JEREMY STACEY returns to SoundCellar with a quartet featuring UK jazz legend JASON REBELLO on keyboards. Jeremy recently toured the world as a member of King Crimson and his numerous credits include Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, Steven Wilson, Eric Clapton, The Finn Brothers, Noel Gallagher, Eurythmics, Joe Cocker, Robbie Williams, Jim Mullen, Iain Ballamy, Tim Garland & many others. Celebrated British jazz pianist Jason Rebello was labelled a ‘veteran’ by critics at 19 and over the next decade won most of the major jazz music awards. For 6 years Jason recorded and toured as a member of Sting’s band. This was followed by 6 years of recording and touring with guitar icon Jeff Beck. Jason has also worked with Wayne Shorter, Gary Burton, Branford Marsalis, Tommy Smith, Jean Toussaint and Tim Garland, plus artists across the musical spectrum such as Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Pee Wee Ellis, Joss Stone, Madeleine Peyroux and Manu Katche.

Jeremy Stacey – drums

Jason Rebello – keyboards

James Gardiner-Bateman – sax

Jonathan Harvey – bass

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20 February 2020
8:15 pm - 11:00 pm


15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. Our regular host The Grasshopper, is kindly offering a 15% discount on food from their restaurant prior to every SoundCellar gig! Just show your ticket for that evening’s performance (the ticket QR code on your phone, or a printout). A table must be booked here or tel: 01202 741463 and food orders placed at least 60 minutes prior to the start time of the gig (eg by 7pm for a 8pm start).

(2) For young people: (i) U18s – FREE entry when accompanied by an adult; (ii) Age 18 to 25 – entry £10 (with NUS / TOTEM card). Simply select the relevant ticket option when booking. The offers are available for most of our gigs – please check individual listings for details. They are subject to seat availability, so for some gigs, it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment.

Parking is free at The Grasshopper but you must register your vehicle at the bar.