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Here are details of the artists that are playing at Boaters during March 2017. We also run a mailing list where you can be the one of the first to find out details of who's playing in the coming months. Please note that the music starts at around 8:00pm.

Sunday 5th March
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Duncan Eagles Quartet Duncan Eagles Quartet

Duncan is a saxophonist who has been described as one of London's brightest new talents on the jazz scene. He has performed regularly at major venues such as Ronnie Scott's and The 606 Club and has recently returned from a residency at Quincy Jones's new jazz club in Dubai. Duncan has attracted considerable attention from the jazz press most notably for the four albums he has recorded with his own trio, Partikel, and he has been described as a young saxophonist with unlimited potential whose tone is angelic and sublime. He is joined tonight by Ralph Wyld on vibes, Max Luthert on bass and drummer Will Glaser.

website: www.duncaneagles.com

Sunday 12th March
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Derek Nash Derek Nash

Derek is one of the most popular saxophonists in Britain. He is the leader of the award winning group Sax Appeal, and is also a member of Jools Holland's Band with whom he has toured all over the country and made countless TV appearances. Tonight, Derek joins Simon Carter (keyboards), Winston Blissett (bass guitar) and Darby Todd (drums) for an electrifying evening of jazz funk classics along with some great original compositions.

website: www.saxappeal.co.uk

Sunday 19th March
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Georgia Mancio Quartet Georgia Mancio Quartet

Award-winning jazz vocalist and lyricist, Georgia has proved herself one of the UK's most original, adventurous and multi-faceted new artists. A true improviser with a boundless and bold imagination, Georgia produces music of beauty, bite and unfailing integrity, embracing a wide ranging repertoire of jazz standards and original compositions that reflect her Anglo-Italian-Uruguayan heritage. She had hosted "ReVoice", her own internationally acclaimed vocal festival since 2010 and her latest album is a live recording from there in 2015. Her quartet features guitarist Nigel Price, double bassist Julie Walkington and drummer Pat Levett.

Sunday 26th March
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Ronan McCullagh Ronan McCullagh

Hailing from Northern Ireland, Ronan is a young guitarist who has been living in London since 2009. He has quickly established himself as a player and composer, who combines influences from his Irish roots with those of jazz greats such as Bill Frisell, Chet Baker and Jim Hall. He has already established himself on the UK scene and toured internationally as a sideman and leader of his own band. Tonight, he is joined by Simon Carter on piano, Geoff Gascoyne on double bass, and drummer Pat Levett.