We've all been working hard on getting our first ever dance single release. Snake performed the sax parts on Klingande’s “Jubel”, Faul & Wad Ad “Change’s”, Sunshine State’s “Atlanta”, Calvin Harris’s “The Rain”, and hits of M-People and now steps out with his own Dance - Deep House / Tropical House dance release "JDH!8" (or JDH18). It's released on 2nd July (digital only) and will be available at all the normal stores and streaming services.
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Snake Davis and Chris Bannister
We're back with Wootton Live. Arrival from 2pm. Show time 2.30pm to 4.30pm: bring your comfy chair, bring your own refreshments and relax for a couple of hours in what we hope will be pleasant weather. There will be plenty of space and limited numbers.
The event will be held at Wootton, in the park at the back of Wootton Village Hall, Swallow Lane, DN39 6SB. The hall has free parking and there is a toilet facility in the hall.
The outdoor nature of this event means it is weather dependant, though a small shower won’t put us off. Numbers are strictly limited and must be pre-booked. You can bring friends but we'd prefer to keep a limit of groups of 6 or 2 households.
Tickets are £15 each – paypal ticket link will be here very very soon..Payment by bank transfer (ask us for details), PayPal, [or if you're local, you can drop cash or a cheque in to us prior to the event].
Please note, a purchase confirmation will be emailed to you. A physical ticket will not be needed.
Snake Davis intermediate sax workshop 1.00 till 4.00pm
Super-relaxed and informal. Sight-reading not essential. The venue is spacious enough to facilitate excellent covid-safety with a maximum of 8 attendees. Breathing and posture. Tone development. Expressive playing. Stylistic techniques. Spicing up the notes. (Embellishments, effects) Vibrato The art of playing ballads, slow tunes. Improvisation/solo-ing Special requests added if possible, and Q&A.
Robin A Smith and Snake Davis
Robin A Smith on piano. A musical genius. Great tunes and banter. Crossing many styles. Lovely intimate venue