As we mentioned at the last gig, the Fusebox Core Team have been discussing ways in which we might develop Fusebox.
We’ve done great things over the last few years and we want to thank every musician who’s played a show and, most importantly, every audience member who’s bought a ticket.
Due to this fantastic support all of us here at Fusebox want to give you all something better, something bigger and something stronger.
In order for us to do this we need to take some time.
So, as Fusebox changes, we ask you all to be patient and stick by us.
In the meantime we’ll keep Fusebox in your mind, by being in touch with info on Fusebox-related artists including live shows, releases, videos and broadcasts so you will always be up to date and live music to listen to.
You’ll see and hear soon, on here, what happens next with Fusebox and we think you’re going to love it.
With Great Respect, a Heartfelt Thanks and a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Doors open 8 pm, Music starts 8.30 pm. Admission price: £8/£6 on the door.At the Fox and Newt, 9 Burley Street, Leeds LS3 1LD (opposite Park Lane College) Tel: 0113 245 4527. Facebook.
Dave Kane (bass), Paul Hession (drums), Petter Frost Fadnes (saxophone), Christophe de Bezenac (saxophone)
MOLE is a brand new Anglo/Irish/Norwegian/French collaboration between the LIMA-compadres Christophe de Bezenac , Petter Frost Fadnes, Dave Kane and Paul Hession. MOLE represents the unexpected, the uncanny, the ambiguous, and searches the dark undercurrents of sonic possibilities in their pursuit of righteousness, peace and good music. MOLE is an acoustic quartet that will tear you a new one.
Doors open 8 pm, Music starts 8.30 pm. Admission price: £8/£6 on the door.At the Fox and Newt, 9 Burley Street, Leeds LS3 1LD (opposite Park Lane College) Tel: 0113 245 4527. Facebook
Hans-Peter Hiby Trio
Hans Peter Hiby Trio
Hans-Peter Hiby (saxophone), Michael Bardon (bass/electronics), Paul Hession (drums)
Hans Peter Hiby first encountered British drummer Paul Hession in the Winter of 1986 when they started playing together as a duo in Hiby’s home-town of Wuppertal. Having grown up and spending much of his childhood with Caspar Brötzmann, Hiby has deep roots within the Wuppertaler free jazz community.
Hiby/Hession has played throughout Germany as well as Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands and on occasions augmented the duo with bass players Marcio Mattos, Roberto Bellatalla, Peter Kowald and recently Dieter Manderscheid.
For this short UK tour, Leeds-based, Fusebox favourite, bass player Michael Bardon completes the trio. He has played throughout the UK and Europe including festivals in Sardinia, Germany, Italy and Poland and his dynamic playing is the perfect fit for this trio.