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John Hackett Band

17th October - 8:00 pm

The John Hackett Band are thrilled to be returning to Seven, joined by Joanne Harris & The Storytime Band for an evening of progressive music and wondrous tales.

‘Progressive’ music in our sense of the word is based on rock-solid songwriting coupled with hot jazz drumming, melodic, funky bass, outstanding guitar in the form of Nick Fletcher (often compared to the late great jazz-fusion maestro Allan Holdsworth), and John Hackett himself – whose flute playing has graced so many albums and travels with such ease between classical, folk and rock.

John Hackett has been a much-loved and admired figure in the progressive rock scene since the mid-70’s; best-known for his flute work with his brother, former Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett on albums such as Voyage of The Acolyte, Sketches of Satie and Please Don’t Touch.

Drawing on songs from John’s solo albums Checking Out of London and Another Life, the evening also features material from the band’s debut, We Are Not Alone and the Hackett/Fletcher album Beyond the Stars.

Joanne Harris is the internationally acclaimed author of CHOCOLAT (the award-winning novel and Hollywood film), and many other best-selling novels. Her career also includes writing for TV, opera and musical theatre, and her work has been published in over 50 countries.

HONEYCOMB, an illustrated collection of 100 dark and interconnected tales, will be published by Gollancz in the autumn of 2020. Meanwhile, Joanne and the Storytime Band have created #Storytime: a live show featuring tales from the book, plus image projections and music, as well as longer pieces based on her 2017 novella A POCKETFUL OF CROWS, and her new 2018 novella THE BLUE SALT ROAD.

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Event Details

Date
17th October
Time
8:00 pm
Cost
£11 adv / £13 on the door.
Event Category:
Venue
Seven Artspace
31(a) Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, LS7 3PD
Telephone
0113 26 26 777
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