A MUSICIAN with more than 40 years of playing jazz under his belt will grace the stage at Grantham Conservative Club on Thursday.
Teddy Fullick will be joined by four fellow musicians as the Teddy Fullick Quintet.
It will be a return performance by the group, one eagerly antipicated by the club’s members.
Teddy has travelled thousands of miles as a jazz professional since his first American tour in 1968.
In that first year, he played in the first New Orleans and Heritage Festival with American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong also on the bill.
Teddy has toured extensively over the years and has recorded with Chris Barber and Dr John among others.
Not only that, he has also led bands as a resident of London, Milan and Nottingham, and has made recordings all over the world.
This is the perfect opportunity to see the talented musician in the flesh.
See the Teddy Fullick Quintet at Grantham Conservative Club, in Castlegate, at 8.30pm on Thursday. Doors open at 7pm.
Admission is £8 for members and £10 for non-members.