Jazz concerts add zing to the life of music lovers

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Commuter Jazz mark their fifth year at Lincoln University’s Zing Cafe with a string of concerts.

Next up on Friday, April 22, is Djanco, featuring Thom Whitworth on electric guitar, Jamie Pool on acoustic guitar and Rich Whitworth on double bass.

On April 28, catch Me and Mr Jones comprising singer Rachel Foster, pianist Paul Deats and double bass player Dave Shields.

Saxophonist Snake Davis, who has played with Eurythmics and M People, and the LPAC House Band, perform on May 6.

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6/5/16 - Snake Davis with the LPAC House Band - Snake Davis (sax and flute), Alan Wormwald (guitar), Paul Deats (piano), Dave Shields (electric bass) and Stevie Smith (drums)

13/5/16 - JHQ with special guest - Thom Whitworth (trumpet), Riley Stone-Lonergan (tenor sax), Jon Trier (piano), Jeremy Ashby (double bass), Stevie Smith (drums) and Brian Archer (trombone)