Dennis Rollins MBE Trombone
Ray Carless 
Saxes
Brandon Murray Guitars
Orphy Robinson MBE Keys/Perc
Phil Ramocon Keys
Delroy Murray Bass
Dan Barnett Drums

It is well known that Jamaica has a long history of pioneering sounds – from mento, ska, reggae, dub, roots and way beyond with many of its internationally celebrated musicians spawning from that great musical institution The Alpha Boys School under the tutelage of Sister Mary Ignatius Davis. Tonight Cleveland and his band will be celebrating this rich musical hotbed, inspired by record labels and producers such as Studio One, Coxsone Dodd, TuffGong, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, King Tubby and artists such as Don Drummond, Ernest Ranglin, Barratt Brothers, Jackie Mittoo, Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace, Alton Elis…the list goes on and on!

“Best Male Jazz Singer in Britain” Evening Standard
“He is a genuine virtuoso.”… The Independent
“Wasn’t he awesome? What it takes us six to do he does all by himself.”… Take 6

Why not pre-order a sharing platter or soup to enjoy ahead of the concert?

Bookable here or via the link above with your tickets, up to 48 hours ahead of the event.

With soup, bar snacks and ice cream available to order on the night.

Thursday 13 February
8.00pm

Cleveland Watkiss sings the Great Jamaican Songbook

£18, £15

A 5% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2 postage fee is charged where applicable.

Recommended Age: 8+

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