Drummer David Lyttle first reached a national audience with jazz guitar legend Louis Stewart and has gone on to work with other iconic artists such as Jean Toussaint, Soweto Kinch and Greg Osby. His acclaimed 2012 hiphop/jazz crossover album ‘Interlude’ established him internationally as a rising star songwriter/producer, reaching millions through an HMV TV campaign on Channel 4 and the support of MOBO and BBC Radio 1’s Introducing. Following tours in Britain and the US with ‘Interlude’, dates in Germany, France and Portugal with Quincy Jones-managed guitarist Andreas Varady and a dance hit featuring singer/songwriter Duke Special and Belfast’s Beat Carnival, Lyttle is set to tour Ireland this September playing the hard-swinging, soulful jazz that has made him a household name in Irish jazz for almost a decade.
Featuring prominently on this two-week, back-to-back tour is British alto saxophonist and flutist Tom Harrison, who launched his debut album ‘Dadga’ on Lyttle’s LYTE Records with a 25-date UK tour last year. He has worked with US saxophone legend Jean Toussaint and British icon Liam Noble, and performed at diverse venues from Ronnie Scott’s to Ministry of Sound. Also featuring is Irish bassist Neil O’Loghlen, who is best known for his work with guitarist Louis Stewart. Currently based in London, he has studied at the Banff Centre, Canada, and SIM, New York.
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