Music

Peter White

Smooth Jazz guitarist Peter White returns for his usual visit – playing just 1 show downstairs in the Club.  We have an amazing time every year, and we are glad to be able to welcome Peter back. He will be playing selections from his ever growing discography as well as songs from throughout his solo career.

Peter White guitar,
Carl Stanley  sax,
Marc Parnell  drums
Frank Felix  bass
Oli Silk keyboard

Over the years, Peter White has maintained a reputation as one of the most versatile and prolific acoustic guitarists on the contemporary jazz landscape. Armed with an unparalleled combination of lyricism and energy, he combines elements of jazz, pop and classical guitar to create a sound that is singular and at the same time accessible to a broad audience.

At aged 20  he was invited to join Al Stewart’s band as a keyboardist for a tour of England, Scotland, and the U.S. in 1975. In addition to opening for artists like Linda Ronstadt, Billy Joel and Queen, White worked with Stewart in the studio in the making of Year of the Cat, which became a huge hit for Stewart in 1976. The tour and the album marked the beginning of a twenty-year association with Stewart. In that time, the two musicians co-wrote numerous songs, including Stewart’s 1978 hit, “Time Passages.”

In a career that spans nearly four decades, over a dozen solo recordings and countless performances, White insists that it’s the faces in the crowd and the fans that keep the experience fresh. “I’ll play a live show, and someone will come to me afterward and say, ‘Oh, I loved this CD,’ or ‘This song helped me through a bad time,’” he explains. “Or I get emails from people saying, ‘Oh, I love the way you covered one of my favorite songs on your record back in 1994.’ The idea that someone can write me an email and tell me about something I did on a record that was released fifteen years ago – you can’t buy that. That’s priceless. That’s what keeps me going – the idea that people out there really care about what I do, the idea that I’ve made a difference for someone.”


Important information for guests regarding Coronavirus.

When we re-open, our priority will be to ensure that your visit is safe and enjoyable.

Here are some of the COVID-19 prevention measures we will have in place across the building.

• There will be staggered arrival times to the show in an aid to reduce queues, and temperature checks and security controls will be in place.

• We request that audiences arrive at least 45 minutes before the start time.

• All tickets must be bought in advance and e-tickets will be scanned at the entrance so please print these at home or show them on your mobile device.

• We will be following a strict non-admission policy for late comers so please allow plenty of time for your journey

• Face masks are mandatory at all times throughout the venue, and inside the ballroom during the performance. Entry will be denied if face masks are not worn.

• Children under the age of 11 will not be required to wear face masks.

• The venue will be cleaned throughout the day and between every theatre show. Front of House areas will additionally be cleaned during shows, while audience members are in the ballroom.

• Sanitiser stations will be located at the entrance to the venue and throughout foyer and bar area and on entry to the ballroom.

• We will be asking audiences to maintain social distancing from all other households or support bubbles whilst at the venue.

• We will send you an email 48hrs before your visit to ensure you have all the information you need in advance

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The Bowdon Rooms
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Thursday, 1 December 2022
19:30

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