Music: ‘Summer Sunday’ featuring The Nevada Street Six
The second Summer Sunday at the Weald & Downland Living Museum’s Summer Season for 2019, featuring The Nevada Street Six.
The Nevada Street Six is a specially expanded version of The Nevada Street Four, a quartet of musical friends whose initial public performances were in a bar in Nevada Street, Greenwich. Members of the band boast considerable and varied professional experience: Rico Tomasso (trumpet), Malcolm Earle-Smith (trombone), Richard White (reeds) and Colin Good (piano) toured and recorded extensively with Bryan Ferry’s Orchestra and can be heard on the soundtrack of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby; Malcolm Sked (sousaphone) has for many years appeared with the legendary Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band; Stephen Henderson (washboard) is a ‘proper’ orchestral percussionist – legit, no less!
The Nevada Street Six meets in holiday mood with a relaxed and witty presentation of vintage jazz and popular music. Audiences are entertained, cheered and (occasionally) dazzled by this very talented and endearing group of musicians.
Adults – £30.00
Child (up to 15 years) – £10.00
Tickets must be pre-booked
Doors open at 6.15pm for a 7:00pm start.
Please ensure you bring your proof of ticket purchase with you, either a printed copy or on your smartphone or tablet. Your ticket will be void and admission refused without proof of purchase.
Details are correct at the time of publication, but the Museum reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the programme.
Due to the nature of this event and for the comfort of everyone in the audience, please note that dogs are not permitted at the performance (except assistance dogs).
The event will take place inside the Downland Gridshell building and there will be a bar selling drinks and snacks throughout the show.