I’m very exited to be back out touring the UK over November and December. I hope some of you can make it along. We’ll be performing some new compositions of mine alongside selections from the back catalougue. If you have a favourite tune from one of my previous albums you’d like to hear please feel free to let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll try to include it in the set.
21/11 GLASGOW – Royal Concert Hall
02/12 EDINBURGH – The Jazz Bar
03/12 ABERDEEN – The Blue Lamp
08/12 BIRMINGHAM – The Spotted Dog
09/12 CARDIFF – Dempsey’s
10/12 POOLE – SoundCellar
12/12 NEWCASTLE – Jazz Coop @The Globe
Bassist Euan Burton and his Quartet will be touring the UK later this month and into December.
On his recent record Too Much Love Burton deepens his penchant for developing thematic material that runs the course of the album, while artfully balancing composition with improvisation.
As always Euan’s collaborators play a central part in the music and the quartet contains three of his long-time associates. Featured on piano is Tom Gibbs, one of Burton’s oldest collaborators, Alyn Cosker (drums) a powerhouse of the Scottish music scene who’s virtuosic talents come from years of experience with jazz artists such as Tommy Smith, Lee Konitz and Joe Locke and Adam Jackson (sax) a rising star of the Scottish music scene.