Upcoming events at Wraysbury Jazz Club

10/9/2019

Hugh Crozier's Incomparables

8pm - 18pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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10/9/2019

Hugh Crozier's Incomparables

Hugh Crozier – Pianist – one of the best exponents of Jelly Roll Morton style of piano playing. A brilliant boogie player one of the best.

8pm - 18pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


8/10/2019

T J Johnson's Jazz Band

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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8/10/2019

T J Johnson's Jazz Band

 Whether he’s singing dirty lowdown blues, swinging your socks off or soothing your heart with a plaintive ballad there’s one thing for sure, you won’t escape the reach of his stylish charm.

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

12/11/2019

Kevin Grenfells Jazz Giants

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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12/11/2019

Kevin Grenfells Jazz Giants

 Kevin Grenfell is a first-class trombone player with a great sense of humour. He has put together a fine band, including guest star Pete Allen (reeds), who leads his own band and Phil Nice (keyboards). Kevin has played with both these musicians . The band is completed by Jim Swinnerton, double bass, one of the youngest and best double bass players on the UK traditional jazz scene and Graham Smith,  one of the most in demand drummers in the traditional, swing and mainstream jazz styles.

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


10/12/2019

Club Christmas party with Savannah Jazz

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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10/12/2019

Club Christmas party with Savannah Jazz

 There is never a shortage of fun, excitement and raw good music whenever the Savannah Jazz Band takes the stage. The Savannah is one of the most popular UK bands around. With their talent for satisfying listeners and dancers alike they have built up a truly international reputation atmajor festivals in the UK and overseas

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall


22/10/2019

Anita O'Day Tribute

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall

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22/10/2019

Anita O'Day Tribute

Kitty Whitelaw and her band celebrate what would have been the centennial anniversary of one of the hippest jazz vocalists of all time Anita O'day.

Anita O'day was born Kansas City, Missouri, 1919 and over her lifetime became a celebrated jazz singer widely admired for her sense of rhythm and dynamics. She broke the mould in her early career by refusing to submit to the usual role of the female "canary" big band singer and wore suited skirts and band jackets.

8pm - 11pm

Wraysbury Village Hall