Live Music: Mick Hutton’s Boat-Rockers featuring Mark Cherrie support from Rattle
November 19 @ 19:30pm - 22:00pm£8 – £15
This will be one of those nights you don’t want top miss!
Mick Hutton moved to Bishops Castle from London during lockdown following 38 years as a well known jazz bass player performing and recording with musicians as diverse as Nigel Kennedy, Paul Weller, Jack Bruce and Humphrey Lyttleton.
For this UNHCR charity concert he has secured some of the best musicians from London’s contemporary scene for an exciting programme of music ranging from calypso to jazz with much in between! Its gonna be a unique evening of world class music .
About the Band
Multi-instrumentalist Mick Hutton has been a professional musician since 1981. Apart from his live work he has played on over 100 albums and toured extensively worldwide. The four musicians, joining him for this concert have all played in groups led by Mick and tonight’s concert will bring them all together for a one-off spectacular.
Dominic Grant has worked extensively on the West Coast of America, particularly in Los Angeles and Las Vegas playing a variety of musical styles including Jazz, Latin and Pop. Before moving to America in 1981, Dominic worked with his father Cy Grant, one of the first calypso singers heard in Britain,
Mark Edwards is a pianist, arranger and producer who ran his own studio for many years. He is an extremely versatile musician and his credits include work with Lamont Dozier, many prominent UK and USA jazz musicians and numerous recording sessions with rock and pop artists.
Paul Robinson has worked at the top of his profession for nearly 50 years, He has played on many of London’s premier West End shows, Chicago, Evita, The Lion King, Anything Goes and more. A well known face on the gig and session scene in London, he moves easily between most genres of music that have been recorded over the last 80 years,
Mark Cherrie has toured the world playing steel pan and keyboards in a wide variety of contexts including playing with soul artists such as Jimmy Ruffin and Edwin Starr. He also writes music for TV and film and his music has been featured on many well known shows such as Friends, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and ER. Mick Hutton and Mark Cherrie had a long association with the influential band-leader, pianist and steel pannist Russ Henderson who formed one of the first steel bands in this country and played at the early Notting Hill Carnivals.
Rattle is a duo formed in Nottingham, comprised of drummers Katharine Eira Brown & Theresa Wrigley. They released their first album of drums and vocals, Rattle on Upset The Rhythm in 2016 and their second, Sequence in 2018. Live, their sound is augmented by sound engineer Mark Spivey, creating a spacious, dub -influenced swirl of percussive sounds and vocals that has filled venues throughout the UK, Europe and the US on tours supporting Animal Collective, The Julie Ruin, Protomartyr, Thurston Moore Group and more.
Now based in Bishops Castle and Nottingham, this will be their first gig in Bishops Castle since playing a very early gig at The Music From Elsewhere festival at Six Bells in 2012.
All proceeds from this gig will go to the UNHCR The UN Refugee Agency
Tickets £15 Adults £8 children
Reserve a table for 4 £70
Reserve a table for 6 £100