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Jazz Cafe Birthday Gig 5 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 1  
Don't forget Pat will be celebrating her birthday with a gig at The Jazz Cafe, Camden Town, London on 1st October...... be there or be square!!!
 
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I was at the gig which was excellent (despite being two days before Pat's birthday!). Tony Remy introduced the band and I only managed to remember Marcus Bonfanti. Does anyone know the names of the other band members? I know I have seen the base player recently with a different band, which other bands does he play with? Any answers appreciated.
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John
 
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Re:Jazz Cafe Birthday Gig 5 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 1  
Hi John,

As far as I know the band was

Tony Remy - guitar
Marcus Bonfanti - guitar
Henry Thomas or Ernie McKone (not sure which)- bass
Anders Olinder - keyboards/hammond
Darren Abraham - drums

Will let you know if I find out differently.

Did you enjoy the gig?
 
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The Internet is a wonderful resource, with your help on the names I found that the bass player was Ernie McKone, although I still can't work out which other band I saw him playing in.

Yes I enjoyed the gig. I wrote my own brief review, this is an extract:-

Pat then came on and went through a number of old songs (Angel of the Morning, If you think you're Groovy, Everything's Gonna be alright, River Deep Mountain High) plus a couple of Stevie Marriot tracks. She also did quite a bit of new material including one track written by Chip Taylor (writer of Angel of the Morning) which appeared to be a synopsis of her career. There were a couple of Jazz numbers and some funky numbers, a real wide range of musical styles (and just remembered a ballad as well). Through all of these her voice was tremendous, powerful when needed and also very gentle. She didn't dance as much as when I last saw her, but it was a longer set. It eventually finished at 23:00 after an encore which included The First Cut is the Deepest.

Thanks for your help.

John
 
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