Jo's mellow tone is often compared to Stan Getz and Zoot Simms and we're delighted to welcome her to the Jazz Cafe.
Seating is completely unreserved cabaret style in our Café Bar. Doors open at 6pm; please arrive early to ensure the best seats. Customers may have to share tables with other parties. Late arrivals may not be guaranteed a view of the performers.
The hard-swinging, warm-toned tenor and flute player, Jo Fooks, won the 'Young Scottish Musician of the Year' award and went on to study at the Guildhall in London and the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston, before being recruited by the late Humphrey Lyttelton into his eight-piece band.
Jo's mellow tone is often compared to Stan Getz and Zoot Simms and we are delighted to welcome her back as our featured artist for the Jazz Cafe this month, with John Harriman on piano, Buster Birch on drums, and Marianne Windham on double bass.
"I make no apology for singing her praises here. A brilliantly inventive player and composer..." Humphrey Lyttelton on Radio 2 "Best of Jazz"
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