Jazz at PAC Presents: Snake Davis & Friends Jazz at PAC Presents: Snake Davis & Friends Music

Jazz at PAC Presents: Snake Davis & Friends

Thu 16 Nov 8.00pm | £15 | £10

Very excited to be back playing to folks live again, Snake Davis brings some favourite musicians to this favourite venue. Something for everybody, from floaty to dance-able, through pop to jazz and world, original material and classics.

He is one of the most in-demand rock soul and jazz sax players in the world, widely known for his solos on tracks such as Lisa Stansfield’s “Change”, M-People’s “Search For A Hero” and “Moving On Up” Klingande’s ‘Jubel’ and Take That “A Million Love Songs”. He has played and recorded with artists ranging from James Brown to Tina Turner to Paul McCartney, The Eurythmics to Amy Winehouse.

As a session player to the stars he plays arenas and stadiums, but his greatest love is to play intimate venues as himself, his own music choice with his favourite musicians.

Playing the saxophone family as well as flutes, whistles and the ancient Japanese wind instrument, the Shakuhachi, and vocals, it is his total passion and commitment to every note that draws people in.

“A virtuoso saxophonist” DAILY TELEGRAPH

“Snake Davis has one of the most passionate sax styles and simple bluesy approaches a-la-Sanborn heard in these isles for a while” TIME OUT

“Snake is a joy to work alongside. His musical skills have no limit, in fact he is as free as a bird” DAVE STEWART (Eurythmics)

“Snake has been friend and inspiration for many years because of his exceptional talent, dedication and sheer joy of making music. Long may it continue.” HEATHER SMALL

“He doesn’t mess about” THE GUARDIAN

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