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Mark Lewandowski’s Waller

Review by Robbie Fearon The Spotted Dog, Digbeth, Birmingham 09-05-2017 This was tour date seven out of 24 for bassist Mark Lewandowski’s trio, featuring Liam Noble on the piano and Will Glaser – stepping in for Paul Clarvis – on… Read More ›


Words and pictures by Garry Corbett Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton UK 23-04-2016 All but one of the compositions played by the trio known as Malija at the Arena came from their only album to date The Day I Had Everything. That… Read More ›


CBSO Centre, Birmingham UK 29-01-2016 The first Jazzlines gig of 2016 augurs well for a strong year: three exceptionally fine musicians familiar to British jazz fans but in a fresh context. Malija is Mark Lockheart (tenor and soprano saxophones), Liam… Read More ›

The new mainstream in jazz

Tony Dudley-Evans* reflects on the Jazzlines autumn season and what it might reveal about the state of jazz in 2013.  Early in the Jazzlines autumn season Liam Noble gave with his Brother Face quintet a very interesting seminar/workshop about his approach to jazz, writing for the… Read More ›