Available from Monday 18th October print on demand from Blurb books. 10/8 120 pages of pure black and white Jazz photography form the lens of Carl Hyde. Follow the link to Blurb https://www.blurb.co.uk/b/10862050-jazz-noir to order your copy!
Nigel Price guitar, Ross Stanley B3 Hammond Organ, Joel Barford drums, Snowboy percussion, Vasilis Xenopoulos tenner sax, Tony Kofi Alto sax, callum Au trombone, Key Stephen violin 1, Anna Brigham violin 2, Matt Maguire viola, Chris Terepin cello. Sometimes, if not all the time 4 pictures on twitter just don’t do a performance justice. NigelContinue reading “NIGEL PRICE ORGAN TRIO….”
As we bounce back from lockdown with a vengeance and welcome back performers old and new, this man is no stranger to the club and was the hottest ticket in Frith Street. This time Kurt had guitarist Charlie Hunter by his side along with DJ Harrison – keys Corey Fonille – Drums and bringing upContinue reading “Kurt Elling”
Its Soweto’s second visit to Ronnie Scotts in the last 12 months but this time there was a live audience…. With a heavy mix of ripping sax and rap Soweto brought a hole new dimension to the performance. Neal Yates on trumpet bringing his fantastic vibe and Nick Jurd giving the underlying bass lines alongContinue reading “SOWETO KINCH”
“It makes a change from being in my kitchen” Curtis is once again back and the worlds greatest Jazz club after almost 18 months of lockdown, he was in fine form selling out the club for every show. Curtis bringing his ever popular show back to Soho with his band. Matthew Fries – piano CliffContinue reading “CURTIS STIGERS”
Situated in the heart of Blackheath village, run by two wonderful people Tony Rodd who you may remember from Masterchef finals 2015 and Becky Cummings. Copper and Ink is a clean fresh break from the chains that inhabit our high streets especially here in Blackheath. An independent restaurant with a monthly change to its outstandingContinue reading “In the kitchen of Copper & Ink”
By Carl Hyde Studio London
It’s taken sometime to get this little project off the ground. A few reasons, what to choose, will be colour or back and white or both. The next big one is who’s in and out, well everyone who I’ve photographed will be “In” It’s not about who the artist is, it’s about the image. SomeContinue reading “Jazz Noir”