Louie Palmer Group ft. Mike Outram & Laurence Cottle
Wednesday June 8th, Tickets £10, Doors 7pm, Music 8.30pm
New for Wednesdays - Entry plus two courses* for £20 per person! (*some dishes carry a surcharge)
Louie Palmer Group featuring Mike Outram and Laurence Cottle
This one off gig is not to be missed. A mixture of Jazz and Fusion from these world-class musicians: the spectacularly talented bass-guitar virtuoso "ace of bass" Laurence Cottle; jazz-fusion guitar master Mike Outram; Hideaway regular Duncan Eagles on sax; and led by powerhouse drummer Louie Palmer, last seen at Hideaway with Gary Husband
Duncan Eagles - sax
Mike Outram - guitar
Laurence Cottle - bass
Louie Palmer - drums
Palmer earned a “World Tour Scholarship” to attend world-renowned music school, Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. and with Dave Weckl, Thomas Lang and Mark Mondesir. He has played with Jazz luminaries such as Jason Rebello (Sting, Wayne Shorter), Janek Gwizdala (Mike Stern), and Gary Husband (Level 42, John McLaughlin)
"Louie is the real deal.. an awesomely talented drummer!" Steve White (Paul Weller)
Mike's long and varied career includes recording for Steven Wilson on his Insurgentes album alongside Jordan Rudess, Tony Levin and Gavin Harrison; playing on this with Danish drummer and composer Sebastiaan Cornellisen and John McLaughlin bassist Hadrian Feraud; playing classical guitar with string quartet to a film at the Sao Paulo Film Festival, Brazil; recording Laura Rossi’s soundtrack to ‘The Firm’; playing swanee whistle in a tribute to Clangers creator Oliver Postgate; playing on Theo Travis’s proggy/rock/jazz/ambient album with Robert Fripp (King Crimson); a European tour with soul-funk legend Carleen Anderson; gigs in South Africa with Herbie Mann; sessions with Photek and the Cinematic Orchestra, recording math-geek-metallers The Banzai Buddy Band and writing and recording his own music.
"Outram is a guitarist with world-class credentials.” The Guardian
A UK bass legend who studied with the "god of bass "Jaco Pastorius and worked with Sting, Cher, Seal, Brian Eno on "Headless Cross" with Black Sabbath; the Hanson Christmas album; the soundtrack for Britney Spears movie Crossroads, plus Eric Clapton, the Bee Gees, Procul Harum, Mike Oldfield, and has recorded for films like Lethal Weapon and Mr. Holland's Opus. His jazz pedigree includes Bob Berg, Jim Mullen, Tim Garland, Bill Bruford, Nigel Hitchcock, Clark Tracey, Sax Appeal, James Taylor, Dave O'Higgins, Clare Martin and many more.
"The Ace of Bass" Evening Standard
Established himself on the UK Jazz Scene performing with top jazz musicians including Dave O’Higgins, Derek Nash, John Etheridge, Gary Husband, Alex Hutton, Jason Rebello, Kit Downes and Shabaka Hutchings.At just 19 years old he won the Spike Robinson saxophone award. At 21 Duncan became involved with Tomorrows Warriors and regularly appears in the house band that hosts the monthly jam session at the Spice of Life. He is currently writing and gigging with his trio Partik which has just recorded their first album. Most recently Duncan joined British vocalist Ola Onabule’s touring band that regularly performs at major International Jazz Festivals around the World. Duncan has been running a busy Jazz Workshop and Jam session at Hideaway.
"A young tenor/soprano saxist who has listened and absorbed the past. His tone on tenor brings to mind Stan Getz, it's simply sublime, yet his ideas are very much entrenched in the jazz of today and tomorrow." Julian Joseph BBC Radio 3