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Dom Norcross Quartet with Elaina Hoss

8th January at 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

£12.00 – £13.00

Dominic Norcross is one of the few talented musicians to have found a way to stay in his home town and have a full musical life. His main band was the jump and jive band Numbers Racket, and he led jazz groups as an occasional side-line. He is also a retained firefighter and family man,

As a young man he learned how to play a very mellow tenor solo and also he became agile with the Baritone Sax as well. He is rooted in Narberth and learned his trade at the Royal College of music before becoming well known all over Wales with Numbers Racket. We invited him to play jazz for us for a streaming from the Queens Hall during lockdown with star Organist John Paul Garde and it it still up on Youtube https://youtu.be/KMo02LUVWow

For this gig his band is Nino Consolo – Drums, John Davies Guitar, and will feature the vocals of ‘Little Dynamite’ Elaina Hoss

Dom has released a CD of an earlier line up of his group and appears as half of the West Coast Horns on several of Todd Sharpville records. He also records as  Organic with John Paul Garde on funky Hammond organ.  He has played on stage with Digby Fairweather, Tommy Smith, James Morrison & Bobby Shew.                                  ‘Being on stage with Dominic is like having Zoot Sims playing next to you’ (Digby Fairweather)


8th January
8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
£12.00 – £13.00


The Plas Hotel
Narberth, United Kingdom


Declan Connolly


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  1. Sadly this event has had to be postponed due to Covid 19 restrictions. It is hoped to reschedule in May 2022. Thank you for your patience.

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