- Simply Dan
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Simply Dan are a Steely Dan tribute band, created by like-minded musicians who wanted to authentically present the kaleidoscopic sounds of Steely Dan.
The 11 piece band focus on producing the complex harmonies and intricate rhythms of Donald Fagen and his band. Founded by Mark Roadnight (lead singer, guitar), Russ Parker (guitar), Roger Evans (keys), Mark Claydon (drums) and David McLeod (bass), the players are all experienced world class musicians who have toured, gigged and written songs all over the world with artist such as Raye, CARLEEN ANDERSON, JOE QUARTERMAN, MARTI PELLOW and the SOUL JAZZ COLLECTIVE.
Together, they have a penchant for playing Steely Dan covers, challenging themselves by staying faithful to the original recordings whilst also firmly putting their own stamp on the material.
Simply Dan use a 4 piece horn section to add to the already rich harmonies and sound. Many of the horn members have played famous jazz clubs all over the world including Ronnie Scotts and the 606 club in London
Along with up to 4 soulful backing vocalists, this Steely Dan tribute band aim to do justice to one of the world’s most interesting and challenging groups ever recorded. Selecting from the entire back catalogue of songs from the early days with Walter Becker through to later influences of Larry Carlton and Steve Gadd, Simply Dan aim to thrill you with an accurate and authentic rendition of their classics!
Tickets £16.00 in advance and £19.00 on the door.
Please note there are no physical tickets for this concert. When you book online your name is added to an attendee list that is used at the venue on the night of the performance.
This Grade I listed church, which dates from the mid 13th Century, overlooks the street in the centre of our village. The medieval architecture provides a spectacular backdrop to our musical events. The chancel contains an internationally famous collection of medieval brasses commemorating the de Cobham family.
The church is open daily during daylight hours and is well worth a visit in its own right together with the adjacent medieval College which was built by the de Cobham for the priests, who were appointed to say masses for the family members buried in the church.