83 Botanic Avenue
Belfast
BT7 1JL
Tel: +44 (0)28 9031 9601
Fax: +44 (0)28 9031 9607
Email: david@noalibis.com
 
Home      |     Photos      |     About Us      |     Links
 



Event Calendar


New Page 1
         
   
Google Groups

Follow NoAlibisBooks on Twitter
Subscribe to No Alibis News
Email:
Visit this group
   
         
    No Alibis TV

Missed our latest gig? Or were you there and want to relive the experience? Check out No Alibis TV, our YouTube channel where we regularly post videos of our book events and concerts.
   
         
LIT UP INSIDE: SELECTED LYRICS by Van Morrison


No Alibis Bookstore have copies of Van Morrison's LIT UP INSIDE: SELECTED LYRICS for sale. If you would like to purchase a copy, select an option below, and pay through PayPal. We do have a limited number of signed copies for sale. For further details, email David.

Please Select the Correct Postage


 
THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
If you would like to purchase a signed copy of the Tenth Anniversary Edition of THE BOOK OF LOST THINGS, select an option below, and pay through PayPal.

Please Select the Correct Postage
 
The Scott Flanigan Hammond Organisation
Friday 27th January 2017 at 8:00PM
Tickets: £12





No Alibis Bookstore are very pleased to invite to an evening of music with the Scott Flanigan Hammond Organisation, on Friday 27th January at 8:00PM. Tickets, priced £12 each (£12.50 if you use the PayPal button, below), are now available.



Please note: if you use the PayPal button, we include a small surcharge to cover PayPal costs. Your PayPal receipt is your ticket, so please bring a copy with you to the event.



The Scott Flanigan Hammond Organisation brings together three of Ireland's leading jazz musicians in one ensemble. Combining contemporary and yet accessible original material with innovative takes on jazz standards, this ensemble is one of the freshest and most dynamic trios in Ireland, and one of the few Hammond organ ensembles in the country.

Guitarist John Moriarty is self taught and strongly influenced by greats such as Joe Pass and Wes Montgomery. He works extensively with Dublin-based Organics, who were the first recipients of the prestigious Young Musicwide award in 2004. John was also finalist at the Montreux Jazz Festival guitar competition in Switzerland. He has played countless concerts including Guinness Jazz Festival, Glasgow jazz festival, JJ Smyth’s and Vicar Street. John has recorded and toured with U.S. pianist Bill Carrothers and performed with Bobby Watson of ‘Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers’. John played regularly in guitar duets with Louis Stewart, and outside music, John builds his own design of archtop guitars.

Scott Flanigan is one of the foremost keyboard players on the Irish jazz scene. He performs both locally and nationally, and has recently performed with Van Morrison, the Ulster Orchestra, Larry Coryell, Jean Toussaint, Jim Mullen, Linley Hamilton. A keen composer and arranger, Scott received his Masters Degree in jazz performance with First Class Honours from Dublin Institute of Technology. In addition to performance, Scott is a highly sought after teacher of improvisation and jazz harmony, with over ten years experience in the classroom and practice room. Scott's debut CD as a leader, 'Point Of Departure', was released in 2015 to critical acclaim, and has received frequent air play both locally and further afield.

One third of the innovative contemporary trio Bourne Davis Kane, Steve Davis is a highly sought-after percussionist and drummer in Ireland further afield. He has worked with some of the top players on the London jazz scene such as Evan Parker, Django Bates, Ben Castle and Jackie Dankworth, in addition to musicians such as Van Morrison, Matthew Bourne and Brian Irvine. Steve is a lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast in performance and composition, and also teaches at the Sligo International Jazz Project.

Matthew-January 05 2017, 15:21
 
 

All content copyright ©2009 No Alibis Bookstore & David Torrans except where stated
All images used with permission
Site maintained by Matt Craig