Neolitihic era jazz remains discovered on Greensand Ridge Bedfordshire



In Bedfordshire, near Sandy, brown paths are trodden by many ramblers. In these unlikely surroundings, bassist Arnie Somogyi has made an important discovery about the origins of jazz in the neolithic era, which he reports today on his new Greensand Jazz site. On May 2nd Arnie Somogyi will be presenting his findings, and introducing a performance by Nat Steele on a vibraphone from 5000BC, recently discovered in the area, and made from deer antlers.

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  1. Noelitihic? Does it sound anything like Neolithic?

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