02 July 2019

Jazz messages from Brussels

Our CJ Belgian correspondent is at it again. As if the election wasn't exciting enough for him. Neal and Anne are in Brussels at the Music Village bar (not far from the Grand Place) to see a tribute to Belgian sax. That's apt given that Adoph Sax, the inventor of the modern saxophone, was Belgian. The band comprised four saxes, bass, drums and piano, playing Jazz Messengers, swing and the like. He says it's damn hot in Brussels; presumably the jazz is too. Thanks to Neal. I'll check it out soon enough.

Pic by Neal Gowan

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