Policy Statement

This event is being organised by a local committee of musicians and jazz fans.

Our aim is to promote jazz on the Isle of Wight. Members of the committee will not receive any financial reward. Inspected accounts will be made available on request.

The committee will cover the cost of the main venues and headline acts. This will be funded by sponsorship, ticket sales and other fund-raising activities.

Any subsequent profits will go towards funding future events and a donation to charity (IW Mountbatten Hospice).

We will encourage other performances during the period. However, we will not act as agents. It will be the responsibility of the performers and venues to negotiate between themselves.

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Nick Page

Nick Page was born in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire. He is a self-taught musician who became hooked on jazz after hearing the legendary alto saxophonist Charlie Parker.

Nick has worked with a host of top jazz performers including Peter King (as special guest at the 606 Club), Alan Skidmore (one hour live recording for the BBC opposite The Ronnie Scott Quartet), Jimmy Skidmore, Jeff Clyne, Martin Drew, Clark Tracey, Dave Newton, Bill Le Sage, Tommy Whittle, Don Rendel,l Humphrey Lyttleton, Roy Williams, Bruce Adams, Leon Clayton, Joe Temperley, Matt Home and Karen Sharp.

"Pages future must be Golden"
Jazz Journal International

"Nick Page is without doubt the most underrated Jazz Guitarist in the UK.An undiscovered gem of the British Jazz scene.He is extremely talented,versatile and inspirational.I Love working with Nick"
Alan Skidmore

"Kessel and Burrell would have relished his inventive lines"

Watch Nick play "Easy to Love" with his quartet.

Nick's Website