Upcoming dates

FOOD Japan Tour
18/09 @ Jazz Art Sengawa
19/09 @ ReKoten Project
20/09 @ Super Deluxe
21/09 @ Jazz Spot Dolphy

23/09 Guildhall Big Band with Iain Ballamy @ The Barbican

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Food Japan tour

Kyoto concert was a great successs and we're leaving for Nagoya today. The blossom is still on the trees and the sun shining.

For such a busy place everything is remarkably calm and seems to work like a finely oiled machine. The Japanese are kind polite and very enthusiastic about the music and our Theremin player Koichi Makigami is a spectacle the likes of which I have never seen - a feast for the eyes as well as the ears!

Japan is a real experience and here, hot Sake has taken the place of Underberg wherever possible. I might try hot Underberg when I get home just to see if it works!


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