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Jazz Listings

Live Jazz every Tuesday at 8.30pm - Free Entry!

Jazz has been in operation at the Hare & Hounds for 23 years and is still a very popular night!


We host some incredibly talented and well respected musicians every Tuesday evening.


While we love to offer free entry, the success & continuation of the jazz is very much reliant on customers supporting the pub itself.


Thank you to everyone who supports the jazz on a regular basis!









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Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Derek Nash who plays all the saxes has been running his own band Sax Appeal for over 30 years. For the last 14 years he has been a featured soloist in the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. He also runs a very successful recording studio and has recorded many of the top stars. He received a gold disc for recording Jamie Cullum’s 2001 record ‘Pointless Nostalgic’. He is joined tonight by Martin Shaw on trumpet and flugelhorn, with whom he has often played alongside of. Both players have recently been here independently but tonight you will be able to hear them in tandem. They are joined tonight by Terry Seabrook on piano, Godfrey Sheppard on bass and Bobby Worth on drums.


Tuesday 29th October 2019

Benn Clatworthy QuartetTuesday 22 nd October 2019

Derek Nash/Martin Shaw Quintet

Benn Clatworthy was born in Hastings but raised in South London. He started playing the drums and guitar before switching to the tenor sax. He was active on the London jazz scene in the 70’s and took lessons from Ronnie Scott. It was Ronnie who suggested that he went to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. Benn then moved to the Los Angeles area in the 80’s where in the last three decades he has earned a reputation as a truly impressive modern jazz tenor player. He has played with the likes of Cedar Walton, Lionel Hampton and Horace Silver. He is joined tonight by John Donaldson on piano, Simon Thorpe on bass and Darren Beckett on drums.