Thursday 24th January 2019 - Graeme Flowers and Tommy Emmerton
The Welcome Rain’ is a project featuring and co-led by Tommy Emmerton on guitar and Graeme Flowers on trumpet. Original compostions inspired by Wayne Shorter, Michael Brecker, Wynton Marsalis and Pat Metheny . With Dave Whitford on bass and Simon Lea on drums.
Graeme Flowers - Trumpet
Tommy Emmerton - Guitar
Dave Whitford - Bass
Simon Lea - Drums
Thursday 31st January 2019 - Becki Biggins
This performance will be the very first time that a Bristol audience has heard the band’s new material; it’s a night not to be missed and promises to showcase some exciting new music from home-grown musicians.
(This is a rescheduled performance, previous valid tickets are applicable to this event)
Becki Biggins - Vocals
John-Paul Gard - Hammond organ
Andy Tween - Drums
Ben Waghorn - Woodwind
Please note: tickets are only available to be purchased on the Jazz at Future Inn website or on the door.
Every Thursday at 8.30pm
£10 per person
£5 per student
Exit the M4 at junction 19, and then take the M32 into Bristol ‘City Centre’. At the end of M32 merge left after the traffic lights on Bond Street. Free Car Parking is available for overnight guests at the ‘Cabot Circus’ multi-storey – the entrance to the car park is located 50 meters past the Staples unit on your left.
Please note: The hotel is located around the corner from the car park on Bond Street South’
Future Inn Bristol is the ideal choice for both business and leisure stays, located in the city centre, next to Bristol’s popular shopping centre, Cabot Circus. It is close to the business district and within walking distance of numerous nearby attractions. Future Inn Bristol offers a convenient location with easy access to the M32 and M5 and is just a mile from Bristol Temple Meads Station.Cabot Circus,Bond St,Bristol.BS1 3EN