The return of this multi-talented duo after their last highly successful show in the Boston Room promises to be another treat for lovers of the highly inventive music of Donald Fagin and Walter Becker, the illustrious musicians who made up the core of the legendary Steely Dan.
Blending elements of jazz fusion, rock, Latin and R&B, Steely Dan’s often cryptic lyrics and mixture of complex arrangements, soaring vocals and funky riffs made them one of the most sought after bands of the 70’s and beyond.
Although originally arranged for the 11-piece band, Stealing Dan & Don, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and arranger Chris Clark and guitarist Ian Salmon have refined the music back down to the duo format, bringing you an exciting program of some of the best loved Steely Dan numbers including “Ricky Don’t Lose That Number”, “Babylon Sisters”, “Peg”,” Ruby Baby” and “Reeling In The Years”.
Chris Clark’s playing credits include top West End shows “Jesus Christ Superstar”, Starlight Express” and “Guys and Dolls” whilst guitarist Ian Salmon’s influences range from Jimi Hendrix and Weather Report, through to Pat Metheney, John Scofield, Django Reinhardt, Miles Davies and of course Steely Dan.
£12 (£10 for Chiswick Calendar Club Card members) per person + Eventbrite %. Tickets are sold cabaret style (rather than individual seats) as tables for two or four people and banquettes which seat six. Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30 start.
Book tickets: eventbrite.co.uk/e/jazz-at-the-george-iv
Club Card discount
Holders of a Chiswick Calendar Club Card not only receive a 20% discount on tickets but also get 20% off all food and drink at George IV at any time.
Jazz at George IV is organised by The Chiswick Calendar and Larry Pryce of Live Music To Go.
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