Tommy Smith

Tommy Smith

KARMA

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2011, Spartacus Records

Tommy Smith's KARMA

Hailed on arrival by critics as the toughest and most creative group of his career, Tommy Smith's KARMA sees the brilliant Scottish saxophonist lead a band of virtuosic musicians on a deeply grooving acid jazz adventure that draws on influences from around the world. [read more]

Next concerts:

  • 28.07.2014 - 01.08.2014
    United Kingdom — Tommy Smith, Alyn Cosker, Mario Caribe, Paul Harrison, Kevin Mackenzie in Glasgow at RCS Jazz Summer School
  • 11.09.2014
    United Kingdom — the Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra in Aberdeen at Blue Lamp
  • 12.09.2014
    United Kingdom — the Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra in Dundee at Dundee Jazz & Blue Club

News

June 16, 2014

Tommy Smith – Live At The Barbican, London

May 20, 2014

Tommy Smith & Brian Kellock

The Catstrand, New Galloway, Scotland 18 April 2014 (more…)

March 2, 2014

SNJO featuring Kurt Elling

Glasgow, Feb. 2014

January 27, 2014

‘And we’ll take a rich guid-willy waught’

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Dear Supporters of ‘Review all Genres of Music’,

When I departed home this morning the petition was quiescent at 442 and my bones were unsettled. Having just returned from teaching at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland it’s now ascending at an active 832. I’ve taken time to dutifully read everything everyone has written and I’d like to take this humble opportunity to thank you all; this grand list of individuals from 21 countries, for your time, resolve, passion and creativity. For without whom, this entire petition would not have had the effect to cause such a swift wave in the corridors of power. (more…)

January 26, 2014

“We’ll tak a cup o kindness yet.”

25th January 2014

Dear Robert Burns and his descendants,

On this sacred day, the Scotsman newspaper has taken the budgetary decision to end reviewing world music, classical and jazz recordings, which is a heart-breaking bowdlerization of minority art forms and another cessation for the popularization and liberality of creativity. They may publish occasional reviews in the future but only from their syndication agreements, as long as they don’t have to pay for them. Who knows where they’ll appear, as their current Saturday magazine is also going to the four winds. (more…)