Hot rhythm & blues, swinging jazz & a dash of ska
The Heroes will be showcasing songs from their highly acclaimed album, A Brief Period Of Rejoicing, as well as playing some exciting old favourites all helped along the way by the noted Kansas City boogie pianist Dean Ross.
Expect to hear an interesting mix of originals plus some hot rhythm & blues, swinging jazz & a dash of ska, including numbers from Ray Charles, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, all influenced by the jazz and blues of New Orleans where band leaders Ben and Emile Martyn grew up.
The Martyn Brothers’ musical history includes playing with the likes of Dr John, James Cotton, (legendary harmonica player with Muddy Water’s Band), KT Tinstall and Ronnie Wood. Their band draws on the musical energy of the American South but with a twist, writing original compositions in a funky New Orleans manner but in a more contemporary London style.
With Ben Martyn on vocals & bass, Emile Martyn on drums and backing vocals and Dean Ross on keys, the line-up is completed by John O’Neil (Madness) on saxophone and Rob Pearce on trombone.
£14 (£12 for Chiswick Calendar Club Card Holders) plus Eventbrite booking fee.
A word about our seating arrangements
We sell tickets as tables for two or four people and banquettes for six.
We also sell tickets for individual seats in rows beside the stage, not at a table. You can also buy individual tickets to add to tables, so you can to buy a table for two and make it up to three by buying an extra ticket, or buy a table for four and make it up to five by buying an extra ticket.
Chiswick Calendar Club Card holders are offered a £2 discount on tickets.
You can order meals, bar snacks and drinks in the Boston Room, before and during the performance. Doors open 7.00 pm. Performance starts 7.30 pm.
We don’t give refunds but if you find you have to isolate because of Covid we are happy to offer you a credit note for another show.
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