Jazz&Jazz YouTubes Feature The Chicago Teddy Bears…


In The Ellington Room

The Walnut Tree Jazz Club

Based in Liverpool, The Teddy Bears don’t venture way down south very often so Walnut Tree fans gave them an ecstatic welcome! Here’s why!

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Featuring The Ralph Allin Quartet in the Ellington Room…

The Walnut Tree, Blisworth

 

Ralph Allin has toured with Van Morrison and performed with Jools Holland
and Andre Previn.

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Jazz&Jazz Presents Kim Cypher – Saxophonist, Vocalist and Composer!

Kim Cypher – saxophones & vocals; Rory McInroy – piano; Mike Green – bass; Mike Cypher – drums; Lee Jones – guitar

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Richard Exall Goes Getz in The Ellington Room! …

The Walnut Tree, Blisworth

Sunday 7th April 12.15pm

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Malc Murphy’s New Orleans Jazz Bandits…

… Captured on Camera for Jazz&Jazz YouTubes at
The Walnut Tree, Blisworth

Malc Murphy

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Malc Murphy’s New Orleans Jazz Bandits Target The Ellington Room…

The Walnut Tree, Blisworth

12 Noon til 2.30pm, Sunday, 10th March

New Orleans Jazz Bandits at The Bay Jazz Club

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Ben Holder at Fest Jazz 2016…

Trevor Stent commented “Ben Holder was so well received, he is an extraordinary talent!”

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Doolally Tap Take “Jazz at the Bedford” By Storm

Doolalley Tap’s infectious foot stomping live shows are taking the London jazz scene by storm, evoking the bold, brassy, blues infused spirit of the 1920’s New Orleans Jazz Age. Jazz&Jazz has featured their gigs at Ramsgate Seaside Shuffle in recent months and now, courtesy of Tad Newton’s “Jazz At The Bedford”, we are delighted to present a series of Jazz&Jazz YouTubes filmed at their February Bedford Golf Club Show.

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Jazz&Jazz Nostalgia: Ben Cummings Gerry Mulligan Band


Filmed at The Walnut Tree Jazz Club, Blisworth, February, 2017

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FEATURING DOOLALLY TAP…

HOT NEW ORLEANS JAZZ!

 

Already popular among Jazz&Jazz followers, it’s time to give a full feature and hearty welcome to Doolally Tap! Not so long ago, David Lalljee explained to me the origins of Doolally:

From the town of Deolali, the location of an army base and sanatorium where soldiers leaving India in the late 19th century were sent before leaving for home.
Those who became mentally deranged after contracting a fever, or Tap
in Urdu,
were said to have gone Doolally Tap.”

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