Click on band name for more info about each band, including a line up of musicians playing with a particular band.
Barry Palser’s Savoy Jazz Men Back in 1959, when Barry Palser first formed the Savoy Jazz Men. It was ‘just for fun’. For the pleasure of making music, for the thrill of c... (click for more)
The Phoenix Dixieland Band. No musical profile available. (click for more)
Bill Phelan formed the band in 2006 with two trumpets, a clarinet and trombone front line plus banjo, bass and drums rhythm section. The style is quite varied from early New Or... (click for more)
Matt Palmer’s Eagle Jazz Band – Matt Palmer had recently folded his Millennium Jazz Band in order to revise the Eagle Jazz Band, the original Eagle Jazz Band was formed by K... (click for more)
New Orleans Heat A seven piece band playing the old style New Orleans jazz, recreating the music of the crescent city, be it stomp, blues, hymn, spiritual or pop song of the da... (click for more)
Storyville Jassband from Holland. Was formed in 1980 by musicians with great experience in the original New Orleans music style. This style, based on the “open” collective... (click for more)
The Sussex Jazz Kings. Dave Stradwick, the well-known player of hot, traditional, jazz trumpet, leads the band. Early in 2000, Dave and Lesley Stradwick moved from their Londo... (click for more)
Tony Pitt All Stars – Having ‘served my time’ plying banjo over some 50 years in the bands of Alex Walsh, Mike Cotton, Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball, Alan Elsdon, Laurie Chescoe ... (click for more)
Bob Dwyer’s Bix and Pieces. One of London’s most versatile swinging traditional jazz bands, listening and dancing to the band is fun and most entertaining experience. The ... (click for more)
You can also view previous bands that have played at the club.
National Jazz Archive
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