sam rapley - fabled

Sam Rapley’s “Fabled” @Seven Arts Sun 10 Nov 1.30pm

“A brightly involving debut jazz album” – Vanguard Online

Short Stories is a unique and thoughtful offering full of novel and refreshing aesthetics” – Next Bop

“They’re armed with an engaging storyteller attitude” – Bird is the Worm

Rapley’s tunes are well served by a highly competent young band, many of them rising stars in their own right.”   – The Jazz Mann

Sam Rapley – saxophone / clarinet, Alex Munk – guitar, Matt Robinson – piano, Conor Chaplin – bass, Will Glaser – drums

Fabled is the brainchild of saxophonist/clarinettist, Sam Rapley. Following on from the success of their recent EP, the band have been performing extensively across the UK building a loyal fanbase and writing material for their debut album ‘Short Stories’. As the title implies, the album interprets collection of short stories tackling subjects such as life, love, and death told through richly atmospheric and expressive music, which draws from Rapley and his fellow musicians shared love of jazz ensembles, literature, classical musicians, world music, modern composition and indie-folk.

At Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton LS7 3PD, Sunday afternoon November 10th 1.30-4pm £10/8 concessions 25 and under £5


We have seven evening concerts this Spring so why not buy a bargain season ticket -see all of them and support JAZZLEEDS! £85 full price/£75 concessions, 25’s and under half price.


on second and fourth Monday each month evening led by Tessa Smith @Inkwell Potternewton Lane, Chapel Allerton. 7-9pm, £6 per session £30 for the series e: [email protected]


on first and third Sundays each month @Inkwell 10.00- 12.00pm, cost £10 (or £8 conc) per session. e: j[email protected] 

Tel 0113 2370700.


We acknowledge the support and help from Leeds City Council, Leeds Inspired, Jazz North, Seven Arts and Inkwell. We are a member of NorVolJazz – the Northern Voluntary Promoters Jazz Network – blog


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