Click on band name for more info about each band, including a line up of musicians playing with a particular band.
Jackie Free’s All Stars In the 1980’s Jack formed his own band Jack Free and the Chicagoans. Over the years he has had the pleasure of having great musicians in his band t... (click for more)
The Golden Eagle Jazz Band. Tired of smooth, over rehearsed jazz and long for something more authentic? The “The Golden Eagle Jazz Band” is probably just what you’ve be... (click for more)
Yerba Buena Celebration Band – In January 1966, Terry Hooper of the Town House Jazz Club at Enfield asked musician Mike Barry to organise a special band for a function at the ... (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)
The Northside Jazz Band – Formed in 1972, the Northside Jazz Band is based in Watford, Hertfordshire, where they still have a weekly residency. The current line-up includes M... (click for more)
George (Kid) Tidiman - Trombone and vocals – George is no newcomer to Colchester Jazz Club, he has been there almost from the start. In the 70’s he brought his New Era Jazz... (click for more)
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)
Hugh Rainey’s Jazz Band In the 1950’ and 1960’s Hugh played banjo professionally with Bob Wallis, Terry Lightfoot, Monty Sunshine and Cy Laurie, winning a Melody Makers p... (click for more)
You can also view previous bands that have played at the club.
National Jazz Archive
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