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    Sneak peak rehearsals cadoganhall ahead of tonight s concert https t co 8EpuSA0siX Feb 12 08 Dec Clare s Festive Fiesta Spectacular grab your tickets now Clare and her fabulous Trio s Festive Fiesta Komedia Bath on Monday 21st December will be all bells and baubles Tickets are now on sale so grab them while you can see Live Dates for ticket details Click here for more dates to find

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    concert https t co 8EpuSA0siX Feb 12 18 Nov One Off Big Band Festive Fiesta 4th December Clare presents a special festive show at The Stables Wavendon which will be recorded live for broadcast on Clare s BBC Radio 2 show on 20 December Her band will be conducted by world class trumpeter composer and arranger Guy Barker As well as a sparkling programme of classic tunes and songs with

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    Swing AND my fabulous guest jayrayner1 BBCRadio2 TON 9pm https t co 3219ibpi3m 12 hours ago Sneak peak rehearsals cadoganhall ahead of tonight s concert https t co 8EpuSA0siX Feb 12 09 Oct British Jazz Awards 2015 It s time to get voting folks click on the link enter your email address and vote away http www instant ly s PBBFC nav p 186a0 Posted in Latest News Recent Posts

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    conducted by world class trumpeter arranger and composer Guy Barker and special guests Pee Wee Ellis Gary Williams Georgina Jackson and Andrew Playfoot it was a total hoot made all the more special because Dame Cleo Laine was in the audience You can hear the concert on BBC Radio 2 on the 20th December 9pm In amidst all this Yuletide merriment I am up to my ears in Do Re Mi s and other Favourite Things feeling starry eyed and vaguely discontented busy as a spider spinning daydreams whilst Climbing Every Mountain in preparation for Radio 2 s massive Rodgers Hammerstein extravaganza at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane with The BBC Concert Orchestra choirs vocal groups and soloists Like the Nelson Riddle show we did a few months ago the running order for this show reads like a list of mega hits from some of the most loved musicals ever written Before working together Richard and Oscar achieved success working with other collaborators Rodgers worked with the gifted but tortured lyricist Lorenz Hart for I think twenty years or so and Hammerstein learned with great master Jerome Kern By the early forties Lorenz Hart was becoming incapacitated by alcoholism tragically he died in 1943 aged just 48 Rodgers approached Oscar H and the pair began their inspired partnership with a musical adaptation of Green Grow The Lilacs written by Lynn Riggs better known as Oklahoma Carousel and State Fair followed in 1945 South Pacific opened on Broadway In 1949 The King and I March 1951 six years later the lesser known Cinderella written for television aired March 31st 1957 to more than 107 million viewers starring 22 year old Julie Andrews A year later The Flower Drum opened to mixed reviews but they struck box office gold in 1959 with

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    of doing the place up We d thought of maybe moving in a couple of years when it s finished but this sudden interjection made us think We very much enjoy living in Glastonbury I suppose if there is one tiny downside it s that Glastonbury seems to always be that little bit further away than you think it is and when you cover between 25 30 000 miles a year it all adds up Driving back from London one night Junction 17 of the M4 loomed into view we spent the remaining hour of the journey working out that should we choose to relocate to the town of Chippenham just off Junction 17 based on our weekly Sunday night journey to the BBC we could get back 100 travelling hours a year Baring in mind we re often out on the road two or three times a week that s in the region of 12 ½ days per annum that s almost a fortnight s holiday Maybe this wasn t such a bad idea Muddy and I sat down at the Kitchen table and both wrote on separate bits of paper the sum of money we would be prepared to move for Weirdly they were both exactly the same turns out it was in line with what the estate agents recommended Better find somewhere to move to then As you know there s not a massive amount of property on the market in Autumn but we found a great place funnily enough just off Junction 17 M4 a mile away from Chippenham train station Better check we can port the Mortgage then off we trog to see the bank manager all good so with all our ducks aligned we start negotiating Meanwhile preparations for the Christmas Tour are revving

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    met his wife before and the conversation easily flowed as did the wine Chatting over lunch as inevitably happens we found out more about each other This fella works in finance in what I would say is quite a serious occupation requiring intelligence commitment and a good level of concentration At the back of my mind I recalled him talking about surfing in Cornwall It turns out he s very good at surfing he s also a volunteer coastguard rescuing people such as climbers and animals who have got into difficulty on the cliffs or rocks By the time pudding came we discovered not only does he help the coastguards he also volunteers for the ambulance service and mountain rescue He even has a separate wardrobe for all his uniforms I had no idea how many volunteers assist the ambulance service He s on call 2 or 3 times a week and when that call comes he has six minutes to get to where he s needed He s saved a lot of lives but being a modest sort he wouldn t tell you and out of respect for said modesty I won t mention his name Over coffee we learned that our man plays guitar and never goes on holiday without a set of watercolours If they re still looking for a new Milk Tray Man I think we might have found him It s humbling that people like him quietly go about helping the community to the extent they do Huge respect and admiration to them and also lets not forget the partners who look after the kids and home in order for these guys to be on call Speaking of people actually rolling up their sleeves helping those in need jazz singer Ian Shaw has been back

    Original URL path: http://www.clareteal.co.uk/index.php/unsung-heroes/ (2016-02-15)
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    Stigers Graham Bickley The BBC Concert Orchestra and The BBC Big Band celebrating the fantastic arrangements of Nelson Riddle Every song s a winner Nelson wrote for the likes of Frank Sinatra Nat King Cole Ella Fitzgerald Judy Garland and Linda Ronstatd he was a one man hit machine As I write we re heading to the Hackney Empire for the show this evening It s a miracle of Muddy s driving skills that we re only running 9 minutes behind schedule as the alarm didn t go off and we over slept by an hour Doh 07 Oct I d better get a shift on So last Monday I was perusing the schedule for the week ahead Thursday Theatre Royal Windsor Saturday Floral Pavilion New Brighton and Sunday London Brilliant a free day roaming the Lanes in Brighton before heading off to Radio 2 on Sunday I clicked on the Floral Pavilion website and noticed the word Wirral how odd I thought there must be a Wirral near Brighton The post code was CH45 how odd I thought Brighton was BN1 I put the postcode into the magic machine and it was at that moment I learned New Brighton is indeed on the Wirral in Merseyside approximately 283 2 miles away from let s call it Old Brighton I have since discovered that New Brighton has the UK s longest promenade nearly 2 ¼ miles In olden days the area gained a colourful reputation for smuggling rumer has it the tunnels and secret cellars used still exist James Atherton a local merchant bought up the area in 1830 aiming to develop Rock Point as it was then called as a desirable residential and watering place for the gentry similar to that jewel of Regency seaside resorts elegant Brighton and so it became New Brighton From the 1850 s on New Brighton thrived as a busy and popular holiday destination A Pier was built followed by The New Brighton Tower completed circa 1899 just a few years after it s Blackpool counterpart was open for business The New Brighton Tower was the tallest in the country complete with ballroom sadly the owners couldn t keep up to the maintenance and the tower was dismantled and sold for scrap by 1921 The ballroom was still very much in use A much loved venue The Beatles Little Richard The Rolling Stones and Gerry and the Pacemakers all played there Sadly a fire destroyed the ballroom on 5 th April 1969 So should you ever find yourself in a similar Old New Brighton situation now you know Incidentally The Floral Pavilion is a terrific venue with marvellous staff We enjoyed a very nice chicken dish and a wonderful welcome from the people of New Brighton and surrounding areas I m looking at this week s schedule and I see The Sage Gateshead on Thursday and Burnley Mechanics on Saturday 10 th I m just double checking it s not Gateshead suburb of Lake Macquarie New South Wales Australia or the Burnley in Virginia USA otherwise I d better get a shift on 30 Sep Well well Congratulations Weirdly it was Craig our accountant who received the original letter from Geoff Layer the vice chancellor of The University of Wolverhampton asking whether I would accept an honorary doctorate from them Frustratingly I couldn t open the email Craig immediately sent so had no idea what he was congratulating me on However after I downloaded an app to open the attached letter I was gobsmacked I accepted at once in case they changed their minds My head measurements were required suddenly bigger now I was also asked to deliver a speech to inspire the graduating students from the School of Performing Arts so no pressure then Muddy and I were warmly welcomed by the various faculty members including Sarah Browne the new head of music Sarah was the one of the people who had nominated me and it turned out we d studied music at Wolves at roughly the same time I was thrilled to learn that the University is now a Steinway School has 2 state of the art recording studios and five ensemble rooms each with full PA and an array of instruments and it s own theatre all encased in the newly completed Performance Hub Walking in procession all robed up along with the genuinely clever people through the streets of Wolverhampton to the Grand Theatre was a wonderful experience The Vice Chancellor presented me with my honorary doctorate of music for services to live performance and broadcasting and put a floppy black velvet hat on my head complete with jaunty gold tassel I then had to deliver said speech I concentrated on the difficult bit between graduating and actually doing the job you want to do I floundered about for quite before retiring from the stage at 22 and falling into a graduate scheme called telesales I met Muddy in my mid 20 s and we began our adventure into the unknown murky world that is the music industry Actually I learned a truckload of skills selling advertising on the phone that came in handy later on Lots of friends sent their best wishes and posted lovely comments on those well known social media sites my favourite came in right at the bottom of the long list written by Aloma Williams one of my oldest friends who I met at University who knew exactly what I did and didn t get up to during my college days Well well Congratulations 14 Sep Excuse me can you turn it down It was a beautifully sunny Sunday lunchtime when Muddy and Alan the dog drop me at the station having been caught out before I ve left plenty of time to retrieve my ticket from the machine in hind sight 35 minutes is probably too long but on 2 occasions now the train has arrived before I ve had chance to buy my

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    BigBand Swing AND my fabulous guest jayrayner1 BBCRadio2 TON 9pm https t co 3219ibpi3m 12 hours ago Sneak peak rehearsals cadoganhall ahead of tonight s concert https t co 8EpuSA0siX Feb 12 07 May Friday Night is Music Night Friday 2nd May on Radio 2 more details to follow but put it in your diary now Direct from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival Posted in Radio 2 Recent Posts PRE ORDER

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