Sheila Tracy presents the BBC Big Band, conducted by Barry Forgie , in a celebration of the career of saxophone section member Vic Ash. Vic, who celebrated his 65th birthday last month, also celebrates 45 years as a professional musician this year. His career has included spells with the bands of Kenny Baker and John Dankworth as well as accompanying such jazz greats as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra.
The 1995 British
Jazz Awards Poll Winners'
Concert, from the Adrian Boult Hall , Birmingham.
Now in their tenth year, the awards honour the world-class talent that exists in British jazz today as well as singling out new hopefuls. So, whether you voted or not, this concert is sure to provide a treat.
Producer Terry Carter
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