Karen spent three years with the Humphrey Lyttelton band playing at venues across the UK and into Europe playing alongside Joe Temperley, Stacey Kent, Acker Bilk and the great blues singer Elkie Brooks.
What does HLy stand for?
HLy stands for Humphrey Lyttelton (musician)
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There will also be performances by Armonico Consort, one of the country's leading chamber choirs, leading baroque soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins, international soprano Rebecca Evans and, closing the festival, a Big Band jazz evening courtesy of The Humphrey Lyttelton Band and singer Tina May.
He was perhaps best known for his work as a member of Tubby Hayes' Quartet, but also played with numerous groups and artists including the Alan Skidmore quintet, Humphrey Lyttelton band, Ian Carr's Nucleus, Stan Sulzmann quartet, Gordon Beck's Gyroscope, European Jazz Ensemble and Third Eye.
The programme, described as the "antidote to panel games", will come back with a new host following the death of Humphrey Lyttelton, chairman of the programme since its inception in 1972.
Byline: PETER BACON'S Journalists are taught to approach the word "unique" with extreme caution, but their use of the editing scalpel may, perhaps, be avoided if the name Humphrey Lyttelton is mentioned.
CAPTION(S): SAD LOSS: Humphrey Lyttelton will be missed
Byline: BY ALLISON MARTIN ONE of Britain's greatest jazz musicians and comedy hosts Humphrey Lyttelton died yesterday aged 86.