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A collective of the finest jazz musicians in West London.

They appear every Wednesday at the Bulls Head pub in Barnes (3 mins from Barnes Bridge station, or a short bus ride from Hammersmith)... and are not to be missed.

Also, now monthly at Cafe Posk in Hammersmith

Way Out West is a unique collective of jazz musicians. Diverse improvisation, performance, arranging, composition, all come to the forefront in full force within weekly gigs, as each collective member presents collaborations of their work with guest stars from today's jazz scene.

Seasonal blasts include Way Out West appearing together for All-star evenings.

October 2015
@ Bulls Head
The Nigel Price/Vasilis Xenopoulos Quartet

"A tribute to the infamous guitar/sax jazz partnerships that left their legacy both in the American and British scenes."

Nigel Price - Guitar, Vasilis Xenopoulos - Saxophone, Dario Di Lecce - Double Bass, Steve Brown - Drums.  

£12 / £10 conc / £5 students
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@ Cafe Posk
WOW @ Cafe Posk - Emily Saunders ESB

"Brazilian tunes with a London twist: Exuberant, hip swaying grooves and romantic melodic songs wrapped around Brazilian rhythms alongside musicianship of the highest order. ""Absolutely brilliant"" Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio2 ""The outrageously good Emily Saunders. An extraordinary talent"" Chris Philips, JazzFM " "

"Emily Saunders - voice Nick Walters - trumpet Steve Pringle - keys Paul Michael - bass Hammadi Valdes - drums"

£8 / £5 students
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@ Bulls Head
Kate Williams Quartet featuring Stan Sulzmann

"Kate is joined by Stan Sulzmann, veteran of the UK jazz scene: "... a shining light of the whole attractive enterprise is the presence of Stan Sulzmann, who seems to sound more personal and hauntingly moving than ever." John Fordham, Jazz UK "

Kate Williams - piano; Stan Sulzmann - tenor; Oli Hayhurst - bass; Tristan Mailliot - drums

£12/ £10 conc / £5 students
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@ Bulls Head
Nette Robinson Sings

Nette Robinson will present a programme of beautiful songs from across the decades.

"a singer of real promise" (Jazzwise) "When she sings she swings, with velvety voice and impeccable jazz timing" (Jazz Journal) "a very fine singer, very accurate, very emotional." (BBC Radio 3, Jazz Library)
£12 / £10 conc / £5 students
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@ Bulls Head
Tony Kinsey Quartet.

The quartet will be playing a selection of standards, bebop and original music.

Sam Mayne- alto, John Horler- piano, Andy Cleyndert-bass, Tony Kinsey-drums

£12 / £10 conc / £5 students
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