Cafe Society are in their element guiding their audience for a meander down Memory Lane, with jazz from the Charleston Era, together with some classic Dixieland.
Jamie Brownfield and Liam Byrne are no ‘April Fools’, as they return with their Hot Six. Youth, enthusiasm, and really hot jazz, with the emphasis on quality, and respect for the genre.
Hot Fingers capture that lazy Sunday afternoon feeling. Their programme is played beautifully, with wit and aplomb, held together by their unique style and astounding musicianship. Not to be missed.
A graceful and highly creative master of New Orleans jazz, clarinettist Sammy Rimington is supported by Emily Bacon’s Goodtime Jazz Band, along with Ian Wynne
Return of this fine New Orleans style band, who’s programme is always packed with great jazz standards.
From the music of the Hot Club of France, to jazz standards, and even the ‘pop’ of the 1950’s, you are ensured of a delightful polished performance.
The dynamic duo present another afternoon of the jazz that you love, ably supported by Bruce Rollo and Keith Stephen.
The NCRO have just got better and better, as they remind us of the great bands and the music which emanated in what F. Scott Fitzgerald called the ‘Jazz Age’.
Firm favourites, this band always have a great time where ever it goes, stomping their boogie woogie rhythms to appreciative audiences all over the world.
The return by popular demand of,Tyneside's premier Dixieland band, who play their own brand of polished and entertaining good time jazz.
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