Step inside Jamboree's warmly inviting den to douse your senses in the Golden Era of the Jazz Age.
This is a budding project which pay's homage to this revolutionary era of music spanning from 1920's traditional Jazz to sink into your seat and soak up, to 1930's swing that you can merrily jive your sock's off to. The quartet hone a repertoire of vintage, old, new and borrowed complex Jazz rhythms and melodies to marvel at each week. The night is lead by Ewan Bleach, accompanied by Louisa Jones and a collective of revolving Jazz musicians.
The jazz bands sound is akin to that of Sidney Bechet, Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, Billie Holiday, Benny Goodman and more Jazz greats so come along and witness it grow!
A bit about The 'Jazz Age'
A cultural movement of the roaring twenties and the early 1930′s in which middle class white americans, frenchman and englishman propelled Jazz into the mainstream culture after being being inspired by the New Orlean's African American underground Jazz scene; first present in the brothels and bars of the red light districts.
Doors 7- 11pm
£4 Entry (All of your money goes to musicians)
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