Oldies but goodies – Unity Jazz.
Oldies but goodies – Unity Jazz.

Jazz up your weekend

The Lismore Jazz Club is presenting Unity Jazz with special guest vocalist Sally Gwynne at the Lismore Bowling Club on Sunday May 16.

The group features Lloyd Jansen on trumpet. Lloyd used to play in the renowned Cootamundra Jazz Band and was the first president of the Cootamundra Jazz Club, one of the oldest jazz clubs in the country. Then there is the ageless Frank Williams on saxophone who still plays like a young man, Dave Rankin on trombone, Dick McCoy on vocals and drums, Warwick Cleverley on guitar, and Don Peterson on electric bass.

Unity Jazz has been entertaining the people of the Northern Rivers for many years. All the musicians are highly talented and between them they have played with the greats of Australian jazz and together they make a great sound playing traditional jazz.

The gig kicks off at 2pm and cost $7 for members and $10 for non-members.


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