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Here is a list of previous gigs which will give you an idea of the artists who play at Boaters. For the current upcoming gig list, please see the current listings.

Sunday 4th March
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Torus Torus

2011 for a series of very successful gigs and so it's a pleasure to welcome them back to Boaters tonight. Their repertoire includes timeless classics by the likes of Steps Ahead, Keith Jarrett and Chick Corea. The line up tonight features saxophonist Tim Whitehead, pianist Jonathan Gee, and Trevor Taylor on drums.

Sunday 11th March
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Sumudu Sumudu

Sumudu is a multi talented singer and songwriter who has been featured in a number of high profile TV concerts including the Millennium countdown celebrations, and performed the song 'Alfie' in a tribute concert for Burt Bacharach and Hal David at The Royal Albert Hall. Recently, she has been providing backing vocals, keyboards and percussion for Van Morrison, and has also worked with Jason Rebello, Jacob Collier and Shaun Escoffrey. Joining her this evening are Simon Carter (piano), Steve Pearce (bass) and Neal Wilkinson (drums).

website: sumudu.com

Sunday 18th March
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Martin Shaw Martin Shaw

Martin is one of the UK's most stylish trumpeters, as much in demand for his fluid, lyrical jazz playing as for his for pop and funk horn section work. He is a featured soloist with The BBC Big Band and has also appeared with British legends such as Cleo Laine and Pete King. In the commercial field Martin has played with Jamiroquai, Rumer and French songstress Patricia Kaas. He appears tonight with Simon Carter (piano), Simon Thorpe (bass) and Steve Brown on drums.

Sunday 25th March
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Adam Goldsmith Band Adam Goldsmith Band

A guitarist of immense versatility, Adam is one of the country's premier session musicians. You may well have seen him performing in the house band of "The Voice", but this just scratches the surface of a CV that includes Gloria Estefan, Elton John, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and other TV shows such as Popstar to Operastar and Strictly Come Dancing. Expect to hear a mixture of original compositions plus a selection of contemporary tunes by the likes of Larry Carlton, John Schofield, Michael Brecker and Steely Dan. Adam's band features Simon Allen on sax, Steve Pearce on bass, Simon Carter on keys and Neal Wilkinson on drums.

website: www.adamgoldsmith.co.uk