Image above: Mississippi Swamp Dogs
Jazz at George IV returns on Thursday 20 May, with the Mississippi Swamp Dogs, brought to you by The Chiswick Calendar and Larry Pryce of Live Music To Go.
The Swamp Dogs bring you A Celebration Of The Deep South showcasing the rich musical heritage of New Orleans and the Southern States.
The marvellous Mississippi Swamp Dogs are led by top swing trombonist & vocalist Jeff Williams. Together with one of London’s best Blue Eyed Soul voices Paul Miller on keys, Dan Redding on guitar and Jonno Lee on drums, Jeff makes a welcome return to the Boston Room as we resume the popular ‘Jazz At The George’ nights.
“Really looking forward to performing again. The George the Fourth is a fabulous venue and the Swamp Dogs have always had a great night there! Just got to dust the hooter down, brush off the cobwebs and do some practicing!!” ……… Jeff Williams.
Expect an exotic gumbo of swinging soul, jazzy blues, New Orleans Rhumba, Cajun-Funk & Gospel rhythms from these musical masters. Punchy brass riffs together with rolling piano and funky organ grooves bring a unique flavour to the music of BB King, Bill Withers, Sam Cook, The Crusaders, Fats Domino, Dr John, the Neville Bros, Alan Toussaint, Louis Armstrong, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and other renowned artists associated with the colourful musical tapestry of the American South.
Doors open 7.00pm, starts at 7.30pm
Tickets are sold as tables of two, three, four and six (the booths at the back). Food and drinks served to your table. 20% discounts for Club Card members on food, drink and tickets.
Tickets £14 (£12 Chiswick Calendar Club Card members) + Eventbrite %.
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See also: Headliners Comedy Club – Mayfest 2021
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