Nairobi Trio

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A trip to Indonesia in March 2011 saw us at the Java Jazz festival in Jakarta, one of the biggest jazz festivals in the world. 1200 musicians and over 100,000 tickets sold. We teamed up with talented guitarist Jonas Julio, who also happens to be a native of Jakarta.

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Sydney AirportThe Bass, it's always the bass...Traffic was a bit nuts...The Borobodur Hotel LobbyInterview at the Voice of IndonesiaInterview at the Voice of Indonesia
Pete with Dennis Chambers (Santana)Service with a smile - entering the festival'The Stones' stage - our first gigJam Session with Joey de FrancescoJam Session - Roy Haynes & Steve SnithFirst Gig - Pete, Jonas and Richard
Last Gig
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The Nairobis went to Europe in August 2010 and ended up at the 'Maison de Maitresse' in the village of St Maximin in the Languedoc region of France, courtesy of our wonderful hostess Amanda. A banquet was served up by local chef Julian and a bon temp was had by all... (photos by Jenny Lumley)

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Sunday lunch at Amanda'sSunday lunch at Amanda'sSunday lunch at Amanda'sThe Concert begins...Entertaining the guests
Evening fallsThe Jam session takes offIn the streets of UzesIn the streets of UzesIn the streets of Uzes
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The second concert spot of Easter 2010 saw us at the Waiheke Golf Club for an afternoon of Jazz and Wine (Photos by Jenny Lumley)

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Easter 2010 at the Tauranga International Jazz Festival - the longest running jazz festival in the Southern Hemisphere - with special guest Nigel Gavin (Photos by Jenny Lumley)

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(Photos: ©John-Paul Pochin www.moments.co.nz)

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Toast Martinborough weekend always goes off with a bang - many thanks to our hosts Phyll & Clive from Ata-Rangi Vineyard (Photos by Jenny Lumley)

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