THREE jazz musicians, with a wealth of musical education and experimentation in their bones although still relatively young, The Tree-Yo (geddit?) will close the summer season at the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture in Berriew this Saturday night, September 28.

The trio are Lee Jones, a Birmingham Conservatoire graduate and four solo album veteran, specialises in alternate guitar tunings and muscle memory; Tony Bianco, originally from New York City, who has played and recorded with the Machine Mass electro-jazz project; and Peter Cabara who plays fretless bass and regularly performs internationally.

Together, they’ll be playing well-known compositions in a way you may not have previously heard.

“I’m so excited about this incredibly special line-up to close our 2019 music season. Lee performed at one of our first sessions, and was mesmerizing then. As always, there’ll be a hugely friendly crowd, great food and amazing musicians. I hope we can welcome some new attenders too,” said museum administrator Anne-Marie Pope.

Also included is a light supper of Lebanese roasted spiced cauliflower, hummus, pitta and dukkha.

Doors open 8pm, tickets are £12.50 in advance or £15 on the door, with reductions for under 16s and free for under 10s where they do not require a seat. Advance tickets can be bought from the Andrew Logan website.

There is more jazz this Saturday at Bishops Castle Town Hall when Clun Valley Jazz present the Chris Young Quartet with the talented saxophonist’s new 'Four Corners' project.

The Quartet is completed with some of the country’s finest rising jazz stars with BBC Young Musician runner up Elliot Sansom on piano, Ben Muirhead on bass and James Bashford on drums.

The project focuses on Chris’ original compositions, inspired by the cycles and orbits of space and life. Expect swinging hard bop to jagged grooves and everything in between. Tickets are £15 from the Town Hall.