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The Pete Canter Quartet

Sunday, October 3


The fine saxophonist Pete Canter leads a highly talented band playing entertaining straight ahead swing, bebop and Latin jazz, drawing on well crafted originals and choice standards, a regular at jazz venues and festivals.

Featuring Tom Ball keys, Jim Rintoul double bass, Gary Evans drums.

The music will feature well-known jazz standards in Mainstream, Swing & Latin jazz styles, for example:- All the Things You Are, Stella by Starlight, Take Five, Bluesette, etc., making for an entertaining evening of great music!

This event will take place at the Royal British Legion Club, Tailyour Road, Crownhill, Plymouth, PL6 5DH, at 7.30 pm.

Admission £10 (Members £8, Full-Time Students £5), tickets available on the door.

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