Jazz FM & Yamaha to repeat Replay Project
Jazz FM & Yamaha to repeat Replay Project
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Jazz FM & Yamaha to repeat Replay Project

Yamaha and Jazz FM are teaming up again to provide an opportunity for lapsed players to go centre stage at Love Supreme Festival.

Supporters and patrons of the event include musicians Jamie Cullum, Jools Holland and Julian Joseph along with comedian, TV presenter and a lapsed musician himself, Alexander Armstrong.

Jamie Cullum commented: “I am really happy to support the Jazz FM Yamaha Replay Project. Music has always been and still is a passionate hobby for me. If making music is your hobby the Replay Project allows you to discover and rediscover the joys of being in a band. So, lapsed musicians, pick up your instruments, get playing.”

Judges from Yamaha, Jazz FM and Love Supreme will judge all entries and select this year’s Replay Project players.

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