"Humphrey Lyttelton Memorial Concert"


On April 25, 2010 I went to the Apollo Hammersmith to see a Memorial Concert for Humphrey Lyttelton        

It was a mix of Jazz (with the Humphrey Lyttelton Band and others)   .... ... and "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" (which Humph used to chair)

The concert was pulled together by Humph's son  -- Stephen

From Clue (jnc their tributes):  Andy Hamilton - Tim Brooke-Taylor - Graeme Garden - Barry Cryer- Jeremy Hardy  -     Sandi Toksvig -   Tony Hawks  - Rob Brydon  -    Jack Dee
  Jeremy Hardy sings "One song to the tune of another"
Elke Brooks with her saxophonist and pianist .....  ....and with the Humphrey Lyttelton Band

Jools Holland   on piano  with Charlie Watts on drums

Jools joined for 3 pianists on 2 pianos and in the final 4 on 2 (including Colin Sell from "Clue")

Everybody on stage for the finale

Particpants were:

The Humphrey Lyttelton Bands:

Adrian Macintosh - Ray Wordsworth - Robert Fowler - Ted Beament - Tony Fisher - Tony Coe - Jimmy Hastings - Wally Fawkes - John Picard - Dave Green - John Barnes - Karen Sharp - Eddie Taylor - Eddie Harvey - John Rees-Jones

With Special Musical Guests:

Elkie Brooks - Charlie Watts - Jools Holland - Ben Waters - Stacey Kent - Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen - Jeremy Hardy - Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band - Tina May - Louise Parker - Sue Richardson - Jim Tomlinson

and from "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue":

Graeme Garden - Jack Dee - Tim Brooke-Taylor - Rob Brydon - Barry Cryer - Andy Hamilton - Jeremy Hardy - Tony Hawks  Colin Sell - Sandi Toksvig


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