Upcoming events at Wraysbury Jazz Club

14/1/2020

Graham Smiths Shades of Jazz

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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14/1/2020

Graham Smiths Shades of Jazz

 Gary Wood : trumpet & vocals
John Hallam : reeds
Martin Veasey: trombone
Rich Hughes: piano
Jim Douglas: guitar/banjo
Simon Smith: double bass
Graham Smith: drums

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


11/2/2020

The Sopranos

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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11/2/2020

The Sopranos

The Sopranos is an exciting six piece jazz band, formed in 2014 by reeds men Chris Pearce and Andy Leggett, playing a wide variety of swinging jazz with influences ranging from New Orleans, to Arlo Guthrie, via Sydney Bechet, Johnny Dodds and Jimmy Noone.
The band's performances feature Chris and Andy playing a full range of reed instruments including soprano, alto and tenor sax, clarinet, and even penny whistle and vocals too. 

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

10/3/2020

Doc Hounds Revival Jazz Band

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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10/3/2020

Doc Hounds Revival Jazz Band

Doc Houlind’s Revival Band from Denmark.
The band consist of younger as well as very experienced musicians all with a great passion for the real New Orleans style, as it was first introduced to us by the greatest American bands coming to Europe, representing the jazz revival period, which developed the European jazz boom in the 60s.

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


14/4/2020

Baby Jools Jazzaholics

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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14/4/2020

Baby Jools Jazzaholics

 The highly popular swingin’ drummer Baby Jools will be bringing out his Jazzaholics combo setting a fire under the old-time traditional jazz songbook. Baby Jools is part of the new youth movement in old school New Orleans jazz. The Gloucester musician spends much of his time as the drummer with Jim McIntosh and Max Collie, but the Jazzaholics have now been together for a number of years, thereby strengthening his own leadership duties.

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


19/5/2020

Brian and Alans Ragtimers

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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19/5/2020

Brian and Alans Ragtimers

 Alan Gresty & Brian White’s Ragtimers The band was originally formed to pay tribute to the great cornetist, Muggsy Spanier. Their interpretation of his music had led them to record three volumes of ‘Muggsy Remembered’ for the New Orleans based ‘Jazzology’ label. The repertoire of the band has now been extended to include other material from the Golden Age of Dixieland. 

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall