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Jazz trio bringing live show to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 20:00 19 February 2018

The Matthew Read Trio will perform their new album in Bristol.

The Matthew Read Trio will perform their new album in Bristol.


The Matthew Read Trio will perform their new album in Bristol.

The threesome will play at Mr Wolfs, in St Nicolas Street, on February 23.

The group’s members are Matthew Read on double bass, Benedict Wood on guitar and Arthur Newell 
on drums.

Drawing influence from a multitude of styles including jazz, folk, country, hip-hop, dance music and both European and American church music, the trio create an exciting soundscape of melody-driven music.

Anecdotes, Vol 2 follows on from their 2016 debut release Anecdotes.

Matthew said: “What’s nice about Anecdotes, Vol 2 is that, while the first album was telling my story, the 
new one is telling our collective story.”

The Matthew Read Trio will play at Mr Wolfs on February 23 at 9pm.

Tickets, priced £4, are available from www.mrwolfs.com or on 01179 290897.

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