The Dean Stockdale Trio is recognised as one of the most hard swinging piano trios in the north of England. Drawing on influences from the American jazz tradition, the trio regularly performs dates across England the UK performing clubs and festivals year round. Dean’s debut CD ‘Origin’ was released in 2017 to wide acclaim and saw his compositions featuring on BBC Introducing and featured on BBC Radio3, with his most recent album ‘Promise The Moon’ receiving excellent reviews and has received features on JazzFM and Straight Ahead in the conjunction with the 606 Club. This concert will feature music from these albums, plus new arrangements of American Songbook repertoire. With Mick Shoulder on bass and Abbie Finn drums.
“Throughout this enjoyable album of four original compositions and five standards, pianist Dean Stockdale proves himself to be both a fine composer and imaginative interpreter of the Great American Song Book” – Jazz Views
“Stockdale’s playing is consistently engaging and uniformly excellent” – Ian Mann
“The trio’s swinging take on Gershwin’s They Can’t Take That Away from Me and again on an effective arrangement of On the Sunny Side of the Street are particular highlights, and the closing selection, Witchcraft, with its fleeting echoes of Moon River, make Promise the Moon a fine album.” – Bebop Spoken Here
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