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The Old Library

CHARLIE HART'S EQUATORS - LIVE @ THE OLD LIBRARY BAR - FREE ENTRY

Charlie Hart’s Equators are a group of London based R’n’B/jazz musicians who love to explore the roots of the music they’ve spent a lifetime playing.

CHARLIE HART'S EQUATORS - LIVE @ THE OLD LIBRARY BAR - FREE ENTRY
CHARLIE HART'S EQUATORS - LIVE @ THE OLD LIBRARY BAR - FREE ENTRY

Time & Location

15 Sept 2024, 17:00 – 20:00

The Old Library, 116-118 New Cross Rd, London SE14 5BA, UK

About the event

CHARLIE HART'S EQUATORS (R'n'B / AFRO-JAZZ)

FREE ENTRY - MUSIC STARTS 5PM

Charlie Hart’s Equators are a group of London based R’n’B/jazz musicians who love to explore the roots of the music they’ve spent a lifetime playing. The music - African-leaning R ‘n’ B - is full blooded, uplifting and unprocessed.

Founded by multi-instrumentalist Charlie Hart, who immersed himself in R&B and African music after his years with Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance, the band is fronted by him along with the astonishingly dynamic sax and harp man, Frank Mead, known for his work with Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings and many others.

The line-up is completed by the acclaimed guitarist Jimmy Roach, with a dream rhythm section comprising the legendary Les Morgan on drums, and virtuoso bassist Phil Scragg.

Charlie Hart’s Equators’ debut album ‘Masansani Club’ is available on Equator Records, distributed by Cadiz.

For more information and bookings see www.charliehart.com

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