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Tony Davis Tony Davis, jazz trumpeter, computer veteran and amateur genealogist, who created these sites. Judy Eames Judy Eames, internationally acclaimed jazz singer whose repertoire covers a wide range of 20th century popular music, from the earthy blues of Bessie Smith to the sophisticated love songs of the 1940s.
Shaun McCarthy Shaun McCarthy is a professional playwright and dramaturge for stage and radio, an Oxford and Bristol university creative writing tutor and author of over twenty educational resources titles. He is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund. Hooligan Theatre Productions Hooligan Theatre Productions provides a way for writer Shaun McCarthy to secure funding for new plays, to find and work with co-writers and co-producing partners and to employ actors, directors and designers to help bring his plays into production.
Dave Moorwood Dave Moorwood, guitarist, banjoist and vocalist, leads the Rascals of Rhythm, a band dedicated to the swinging jazz of the 1930s, and the Big Bear Stompers, a two-trumpet band which takes as its models both the 1923 King Oliver Creole Jazz Band and the 1940s revivalist Yerba Buena Band of Lu Watters. Witney Constituency Labour Party Witney Constituency Labour Party is an active local group with a growing membership, campaigning against injustice and inequality in the policies put forward at County, District and local levels and contributing ideas to Labour Party policy at the national level.
Rachel's Dream Rachel’s Dream features John Hallam (reeds), Rachel Hayward (vibes, guitar), Tom Kincaid (piano) and Nick Ward (drums) in a refreshingly different band which takes as its starting point the small-group swing of the quartet formed by Benny Goodman in 1936. Kaminsky Connection Kaminsky Connection, a band led by Tony Davis which combines the hard-hitting, free-wheeling spirit of the Condon bands of the 30s and 40s with the sensitive and lyrical backing needed for the Lee Wiley repertoire as interpreted by Judy Eames.

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