Exmouth's Grove to feature Sunday-lunchtime jazz

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By Keyboardman | Monday, December 12, 2011, 16:40

EXMOUTH'S Grove pub is to feature Sunday-lunchtime jazz. A series of dates – alternately featuring Exmouth five-piece Just Misbehavin' and the Exeter-based Hearnshaw/Green duo – have been lined up for the seafront venue for December, and the first three months of next year... 

 "Jazz is the perfect end to the weekend, and the perfect start to the week," says a spokesperson for The Grove. "That's why we've lined up a series of Lazy Jazz Sunday lunches with Just Misbehavin' and the Hearnshaw/Green duo.  

"Just Misbehavin' – featuring vocalist Lynn Thornton – play a delightful mixture of swing, jazz and dance music. You'll hear plenty of favourites, plus some unexpected numbers, all given that irresistible swing treatment. Their versions of Madonna's 'Material Girl' and T Rex's 'Get It On' have to be heard. Just Misbehavin' and The Grove offer a great atmosphere where you can enjoy the company of friends and family. And be entertained!"  

The Hearnshaw/Green duo – featuring Charlie Hearnshaw (sax/clarinet) and Maxine Green (guitar) – are also a high-quality act, offering a range of jazz and swing standards, French chansons, bossa novas and sambas and some originals.

"Jazz and a roast lunch is the ideal combination for a lazy Sunday, and The Grove – on Exmouth's seafront – is the perfect location," says Just Misbehavin's Ted Draper.

Lazy Sunday Jazz, 1pm-3pm at The Grove, The Esplanade, Exmouth EX8 1BJ

18 December: Just Misbehavin'

1 January: Hearnshaw/Green duo

15 January: Hearnshaw/Green duo

29 January: Just Misbehavin'

12 February: Hearnshaw/Green duo

26 February: Just Misbehavin'

25 March: Just Misbehavin'

      

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