Jazz North Northern Line

Sun, 20 November 2022

Doors 12.45pm - Music 1pm to 10pm

Social, 63 Humber Street,Hull, HU1 1TU

Tickets £5 + booking fee in advance; £10 on the door.

Tickets give admission all day

Available in advance from seetickets.com

Day session (1-5pm): All Ages

Evening session (6-10pm):
14+ (under 16s accompanied by an adult 18+)

General Admission, afternoon show unreserved informal seating, evening show standing show

Entry to Social is fully accessible, with step-free access to the venue at both the front and rear entrances, alongside an accessible toilet situated opposite the bar.

There will also be free music between 5pm and 9pm by Hull’s Wild Side Quartet plus DJ at Humber Street Gallery next door.

All-day Jazz Festival featuring the most exciting new Northern jazz artists

Catch up on these 34 exceptional artists representing the truly rich, eclectic and diverse nature of genre-blending jazz in the north.

Northern Line is Jazz North’s live touring support scheme, helping artists from across the north of England to deliver high quality live shows on profile-raising stages. Since its inception in 2013, Northern Line has supported over 74 artists to perform over 700 gigs at venues and festivals across the north. The latest roster of artists for the 2022-2023 period were chosen through an open application process and selected by UK-wide industry experts and tastemakers.

Afternoon session 12.45pm – 4.45pm

1pm Marco Woolf

Marco Woolf guitar, vocals; Carmel Smickersgill electric guitar, percussion, synth;

Tom Harris piano, keyboard

Intricate story-led jazz-folk, in the style of John Martyn and Nick Drake

2.30pm Yaatri

Liam Narain DeTar, guitar; Rosie Miles vocals; Felix Bertulis-Webb piano; Joe Wilkes bass;

Dom Kilsby drums

Influenced by the momentum of the rhythms of India, immersive timbres of electronic music, and the energy of rock and roll.

4pm Ni Maxine

Ni Maxine vocals; Jack Lewis guitar; Jamal Campbell drums; Bobby Holland bass; Tom Barber trumpet; Andy Weaver sax; Kieran Irvine vocals

Ni Maxine is a Neo-Jazz singer songwriter; a black woman navigating the modern world and exploring themes of home, identity, self-esteem and belonging. Stunning, politically charged neo-jazz.

There will also be free music between 5pm and 9pm by Hull’s Wild Side Quartet plus DJ at Humber Street Gallery next door.

Evening session 6pm – 10pm

6pm Hannabiell & the Midnight Blue Collective

Hannabiell Sanders bass trombone, voice, djembe, conga, percussion; Yilis Suriel djembe, dundun, percussion; Juan Manuel Loaiza conga, timbales, percussion; Luke Gaul guitar; Thomas Dixon sax; Stan Woodward bass; Nuga Dapo keyboard; King David Ike-Elechi drums

High energy Afro Fusion Collective fusing powerful and upbeat Latin & African percussion, brass, vocal chants, Blues, Jazz, Afro-beat, Funk, and Reggae to create a unique sound and an invigorating party atmosphere that will get you up on your feet.

7.30pm Sarah Heneghan

Sarah Heneghan’s Power Out is a continuous set of live drums, electronics, and lights to create a whirling atmosphere of beats. It’s a story of pumping dance music contrasted with improvised live drumming, that blows apart expectations of what solo drumming can be.

9pm TC & the Groove Family 

Pariss Elektra vocals; Nicole Raymond aka NikNak turntables; Mikey Scott guitar; Nathan Sayers guitar; Hannah-Mae Birtwell saxophones; Max Purcell-Burrows trombone; Grifton Forbes-Amos trumpet; Beth O’Lenahan bass; Paolo Mazzoni percussion; Tim Cook drums

10-piece collective whose music celebrates the coming together of cultures and the unity that music provides. Driven by drummer Tim Cook, their live shows are powerful and dynamic, exploring grooves and genres from the UK and worldwide, including afrobeat, breakbeat, jungle, jazz and highlife.

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