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FROMEJazz Club will be hosting a hotly anticipated performance by Bristol’s ‘Ambassador of Music’ later this month at the Cheese and Grain.

James Morton – appointed ‘Ambassador of Music’ by the Mayor of Bristol in 2014 –  is a saxophonist renowned for his funk music.

James will be playing in The Grain Bar on Sunday 28th June; doors open at 7pm.

Organiser Keith Harrison-Broninski said, “The  great gig that was May’s club with Iain Ballamy is a hard act to follow, but Frome Jazz Club is rising to the challenge on June 28th with a down-and-dirty funk session featuring James Morton, a terrifically exciting sax player who is guaranteed to raise the roof.

“James’ thrilling playing was a regular feature at Nunney Jazz Cafe back in the day, and we look forward to welcoming him to Frome Jazz Club.

“James is famous for funk, and appears regularly with the likes of Pee Wee Ellis – so if you missed our great funk session in January, or just want more, there’s a real treat in store!”

Frome Jazz Club showcases exciting live musicians on the third Sunday of each month at the Cheese and Grain.

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