Live Stream: Byron Wallen’s Four Corners Album Portrait Tour

Streamed live from Storyhouse! Running from
Last event: Tuesday 22 June at 7.30pm
  • £16 (£14 for Members)

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This is the live stream to watch at home – to buy tickets to attend the in-person event at Storyhouse head here.

Byron Wallen is ‘one of the most innovative, exciting and original trumpet players alive’ – Jazzwise Magazine. 

More than 10 years after his fourth album, Meeting Ground (2207), for which he received nominations for Best Band and Best Album in the 2007 BBC Jazz Awards and Best Jazz Act in the 2007 MOBO Awards, Byron Wallen will play music from his latest album ‘Portrait: Reflections on Belonging’, featuring his dazzling Four Corners band, led by himself on trumpet and conches, Rob Luft on guitar, Paul Michael on bass and Rod Youngs on drums. 

 ‘Danger UXB Wallen is back and he happens to be at the peak of his considerable, creative powers.’ – Blues and Soul Music Magazine 

Duration

Approx 115 mins

Time details

Includes an Interval

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