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The Boaters Project - an album featuring classic songs performed by many of your Boaters favourites
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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 6th January
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Jim Hunt Jim Hunt

Jim is one of the most complete saxophonists in today's music industry. A former young jazz musician of the year, he is also hugely in demand for his horn section work which has seen him tour all over the world with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Incognito, The Brand New Heavies and Primal Scream. He is joined tonight by Simon Carter on piano, Loz Garratt on bass and Simon Lea on drums.

Sunday 13th January
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Christian Brewer Quartet Christian Brewer Quartet

Christian is one of the most lyrical and soulful alto sax players to have emerged from the UK in recent years. Loved for his melodic playing and pure tone, he has risen to prominence on the British jazz scene, and established himself as one of the most creative exponents of the post-bop style associated with the early sixties. The line up features Leon Greening on piano, Conor Chaplin on double bass and Matt Skelton on drums.


Sunday 20th January
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Graham Dee Graham Dee

Graham has quickly become a firm favourite at Boaters. He is considered to be one of the country's finest soul and jazz singers, and is also a member of the Climax Blues Band, with whom he has toured throughout the UK and Europe. He is a very well respected vocal coach, a role that has led him to work with many of the X Factor finalists, and has also taught at many of the UK's premier pop music colleges. Don't miss this special opportunity to see Graham perform with Simon Carter on piano, Phil Mulford on bass and drummer Jack Pollitt.

Sunday 27th January
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Simon Allen - with Simon Carter (piano), Laurence Cottle (bass) and George Hart (drums).