Artwork on display ay Shaka Zulu
Stevie Ray’s and Shaka-Zulu presents a rare opportunity to see and hear in an intimate environment Nathan Haines discuss the influence of New Zealand on his work with acoustic jazz, modern soul, and electronic music.
We will discuss the difference between recording and live performance, as well as some of his international collaborations such as Jamiroquai, Reel people, Goldie, DJ Fresh, Marlena Shaw, Billy Cobham, and Dave Dobbyn.
Following the interview will be a two set session by the Nathan Haines Quintet: Nathan Haines – Saxaphone, Mike Patto – Keys, Leon Stenning – Guitar, Davide Giovannini – Drums, Andy Hamill – Bass
Date: Wednesday 2nd October
Doors: 5:30 pm
Interview: 7:30 pm
Session: 8:30 pm
General Admission £22
Reserved Seating £28.
Stage Side with 3 courses Dinner £57
To book tickets e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or via this link: http://shakazulu.fatsoma.com/events/93677/
More information can be found on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stevieraysessions
As the night is New Zealand themed, Kiwi Artist Mandii Pope will be exhibiting New Zealand themed artworks along side Nathan’s performance.