Summer sounds

Tomorrow night’s Jazz Club features Doug Sonju on saxophone, Bill Lockie on bass, drummer Scott Gamble and Jordan Dick on guitar

  • Jun. 10, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Tomorrow night’s Jazz Club features Doug Sonju on saxophone, Bill Lockie on bass, drummer Scott Gamble and Jordan Dick on guitar.

Joining the band is Don Clark, who has enjoyed a long career as one of Canada’s leading trumpet and flugelhorn players. As a player, arranger, and composer on the West Coast since the early 1960s, he has been both the leader and member of many bands.

Sonju is one of the Okanagan’s finest woodwind players, equally at home playing jazz and classical music.

The Doug Sonju/Don Clark Quintet plays live at Shuswap Chefs at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 11. Doors open at 6:30 and there will be a tapas menu and cash bar.

 

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