Tony Kofi and The Organisation
Tony Kofi unleashes his baritone sax and brings The Organisation to Hideaway, featuring a powerful combination of Hammond organ, guitar and drums alongside his trademark hard bop sound that was so critically acclaimed with the release of their collaborative album ‘Point Blank’.
“A killer band with real bite” Jazzwise Magazine
“Passionate… superb… heartfelt” The Guardian
Award-winning British sax player, music teacher and composer Tony Kofi emerged on the jazz scene in the early 1990s as a member of the Jazz Warriors. He plays alto, baritone, soprano and tenor saxophones and flute.
Kofi performs and records in the top flight having established himself over the years as an in-demand musician with the likes of Gary Crosby’s Nu Troop, Jazz Jamaica, US-3, World Saxophone Quartet, Courtney Pine, Donald Byrd, Eddie Henderson, David Murray, Sam Rivers, Andrew Hill, Abdullah Ibrahim, Branford Marsalis, Julian Arguelles, Macy Gray, Julian Joseph, Harry Connick Jnr, Dr John, Byron Wallen’s Indigo, Jamaaladeen Tacuma’s Coltrane Configurations and Ornette Coleman.
A Hideaway Joint Promotion in Association with Tony Kofi