Rollins up for BBC award

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Funk trombonist Dennis 'Badbone' Rollins has been nominated for the 2006 BBC Jazz Awards in the Jazz Line Up Best Band category. The awards will be announced this July, but in the meantime Dennis and his band continue to be heard all across Britain - see his gig list. Next week he is playing at The Albany in Deptford, London.

Dennis demonstrates a unique and exciting approach to the under-rated trombone proving that it can be an exciting front-line instrument. His high energy, groove-based funky dance music -with jazz overtones - appeals to audiences of all ages.

British DENNIS ROLLINS??? BADBONE & CO Friday 28 April, 8.30pm (doors 7.30pm) Tickets ??9, ??6 conc, ??4 under 25s (limited availability, ID Proof required) Box Office 020 8692 4446 The Albany, Douglas Way, London SE8 Nearest stations: Deptford, New Cross & Deptford Bridge ???Rollins is also that rarest of jazz beasts: A GENUINE STAR??? The Independent On Sunday ???The most exciting British trombonist for decades??? Jazzwise

Over the years Dennis has established a reputation as an artist of excellence and has lent his talents to some of this country's and, indeed, the world's top jazz and pop personalities such as Courtney Pine, Baba Maal, Jamiroquai, US3, Brand New Heavies and Blur.
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