Mark Crooks (clarinet, sax) returns but this time with a programme mainly on clarinet.
Hugely versatile, & much in demand, Mark has played tributes to Benny Goodman in very prestigious concert halls.
Tonight will be more intimate & relaxed!
Joining Mark are Colin Oxley (gtr), Simon Thorpe (bass) & Matt Home (dms).
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|Mark Crooks Quartet (30 Nov 2022)|
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