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TJ Johnson
Jan
23
9:00 pm21:00

TJ Johnson

TJ plays an extraordinary blend of music that transcends the boundaries of jazz, blues, soul, country and gospel and is influenced by the likes of Ray Charles, Dr John, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Cash, BB King, Nina Simone, Alberta Hunter, Jimmy Witherspoon and many more.  

Maxxium Whiskies Masterclass
Jan
24
7:00 pm19:00

Maxxium Whiskies Masterclass

We are delighted to be hosting this masterclass with Maxxium whiskies.

Guests will learn about the history and crafting of the brand and be treated to a tasting of expressions of the Maxxium range including; Naked Grouse, Famous Grouse Smoky Black and Cutty Sark Prohibition.

Tickets are free but we do recommend booking as places are limited! Please arrive 15 minutes before the masterclass starts.

We'll have free live music from 9pm along with a selection of tasty Maxxium whisky cocktails at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

Ben Somers Trio
Jan
25
9:00 pm21:00

Ben Somers Trio

The Ben Somers Trio are three of the best instrumentalists on the UK Americana Scene. Keeping American folk culture and political song alive, along with contemporary and original roots music, they use stunning three and four part vocal harmonies to keep their audiences enthralled.

Swing Ninjas
Jan
26
9:00 pm21:00

Swing Ninjas

The Swing Ninjas perform their perfect combination of dirty horn jazz, stomping swing and 3-part vocal harmony, incorporating the unusual helicon (tuba) alongside saxophone and maccaferri guitar.  

Strange Cargo
Jan
27
9:00 pm21:00

Strange Cargo

Three part harmonies, grooves from all over the African continent, colourful horn arrangements, interlocking guitar patterns all wrapped up into songs that reflect the London

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys
Jan
28
9:00 pm21:00

Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys

Featuring the inspirational vocals, and heavyweight horn and rhythm sections, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys are straight out of the world of Blues and Soul, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. 

The band features some of the most experienced and in demand musicians on the scene who have performed with the likes of Paloma Faith, Kylie Minogue and many other top recording artists. Band members have performed at venues including Ronnie Scotts, the Jazz Cafe and the O2. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Monkey Shoulder presents The Applejacks
Jan
29
9:00 pm21:00

Monkey Shoulder presents The Applejacks

Channeling the hippest swing, boogaloo and blues music, The Applejacks bring the heat with gritty organ and big tenor sax. Reminiscent of Chicago's deepest, darkest dive bars, New Orleans whiskey joints and smokey NYC jazz clubs, expect hand clappin', toe tappin', feel good music from this young London group.

The live music and a menu of delicious whisky cocktails at specially reduced prices come courtesy of Monkey Shoulder.

Dom Pipkin
Jan
30
9:00 pm21:00

Dom Pipkin

Piano from London, soul from New Orleans. The ever-popular, always wonderful Dom Pipkin plays New Orleans jazz piano; taking inspiration from Professor Longhair, Huey "Piano" Smith, Lee Dorsey and James Booker.

Copper Dog Masterclass
Jan
31
7:00 pm19:00

Copper Dog Masterclass

We are delighted to be hosting this masterclass with Copper Dog whisky. 

Guests will learn about the history and crafting of this new brand and be treated to a tasting of expressions of the range.

Tickets are free but we do recommend booking as places are limited! Please arrive 15 minutes before the masterclass starts.

We'll have free live music from 9pm along with a selection of delicious Copper Dog cocktails at reduced prices, so please let us know if you would like to stay on.

The Dime Notes
Feb
1
9:00 pm21:00

The Dime Notes

The Dime Notes dig back into the blues-drenched sounds of clarinet-driven 1920’s New Orleans jazz, unearthing a repertoire of stomps, blueses, and forgotten gems of the era from musicians such as Johnny Dodds, Jelly Roll Morton and Red Nichols.

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Kai Hoffman Quartet
Feb
2
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Kai is a multiple BBC Jazz Award winner and long-time resident at Ronnie Scott's in Soho.

Come and see one of London's best swing jazz singers perform with her quartet, bringing with her a lot of glamour and not a little sass. 

The Boneshaker
Feb
3
9:00 pm21:00

The Boneshaker

The Boneshaker conjure up a heady cocktail of vintage jazz, razzamatazz and beyond from the Latin social clubs of Cuba and Argentina with their salsas, tangos and mambos.  One moment dark and moody, the next romantic and bubbly. Summed up in the lines,"There may be trouble ahead...let’s face the music and dance". Music of a decadent and illicit affair played on honking sax and clarinet, dazzling violin, clattering percussion, bass and resonating guitar.

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Pinstripe Suit
Feb
4
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Suit

Pinstripe Suit is a high-octane six-piece swing and vocal jazz ensemble run by London-based jazz singer/pianist Robin Phillips. The band includes both female and male vocals and a super tight two-piece brass section.

Featuring original arrangements by Robin, this energetic ensemble specialises in classic swing music from across the 20th century as well as the high-energy swing revival music of the 1990s, as featured in films such as ‘Swingers’ and ‘The Mask’.

+ LATE SET

Pinstripe will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Grey Goose presents The Shirt Tail Trio
Feb
5
9:00 pm21:00

Grey Goose presents The Shirt Tail Trio

Thanks to the kind sponsorship of Grey Goose we present a night of cocktails & swing with The Shirt Tail Trio.

One of London's top vintage jazz bands, The Shirt Tail Stompers are heavily influenced by the great American band leaders and musicians of the 20s, 30s and 40s: Fats Waller, Fletcher Henderson, Wingy Manone and others. Performing tonight as a trio, this London-based band are bringing swing music back into the mainstream with their own suave and raucous stamp.

On the night we will be offering a delicious menu of expertly mixed Grey Goose cocktails at happy prices. 

Eric Ranzoni
Feb
6
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni

British born to Italian parents, Blues piano player and singer Eric Ranzoni is one of the finest around. 

Solo or accompanied by excellent musicians, Eric has played the Blues (and Roots music in general) with artists such as Eric Clapton, Memphis Slim, Dr. John, Freddie King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jools Holland and George Harrison, just to mention a few, as well as sessions with Mud Morganfield (the eldest son of Muddy Waters), Big Joe Louis, Bill Hurley (‘The Inmates’ singer) and guitar ace Otis Grand.

"...his menacing left hand and rolling right, just like Otis Spann."
Blues in Britain

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Havana Club presents Son Guaranchando
Feb
7
9:00 pm21:00

Havana Club presents Son Guaranchando

Son music originated in Cuba around the turn of the 20th Century, combining elements of Spanish cancion and African rhythms and percussion instruments of Bantu. It grew to global popularity in the 1930s (one of our favourite decades!) and remains one of Cuba's defining national styles of music.

Son Guarachando are one of the foremost exponents of Cuban Son, salsa and Latin Music working in the UK. They are fronted by vocalist Adriana Lord from Havana who has worked with the likes of William Vivanco, Eliades Ochoa (Buena Vista Social Club) and NG La Banda. Indiviually the band members have been at the apex of Latin music scenes of Colombia, Spain, Cuba and the UK. To see the band in action click on the youtube link.

As a result of the generous support of Havana Club, we are also able to offer a special menu of cocktails at reduced prices featuring Havana Club all night. 

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Pinstripe Reduit
Feb
9
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Reduit

Pinstripe Reduit is a high energy and fun swing quartet featuring piano/vocals, sax, bass and drums. The smaller version of the popular Pinstripe Suit band which has a residency at our sister bar Nightjar, performances feature much of the same repertoire of classic swing music including lots of tunes giving the audience the chance to participate with 'shout outs', such as Just A Gigalo, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Pachuco (as featured in The Mask) and Gimme That Wine.

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra
Feb
10
9:00 pm21:00

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra

In his flagship project, Benoit directs an ensemble of internationally acclaimed musicians in a manner reminiscent of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Charles Trenet at the very height of their popularity. His authentic vocal renditions of French chanson, Swing, Jive, Russian folk, Charleston, Latin American dance music have captivated audiences across the UK and all over Europe, Russia and the Far East. Benoit's successful tours in Italy, France, Belgium, Croatia, Russia and Japan are testament to the orchestra's dazzling mix of high-energy multi-instrumental virtuosity and effortless melody, guaranteed to have audiences on their feet and in each others' arms. "

"Effortlessly sweep you away on sonic gossamer wings to the happy, happy place of your choice"
- Vintage Rock Magazine

"A very distinctive French sound with a nostalgic, happy and romantic feel" 
- Royal Albert Hall

+ LATE SET from 11:30pm. This is £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
Feb
11
9:00 pm21:00

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band

This 5-piece band has everything a speakeasy frequenter could want: a horn section with a Baritone Saxophone (one must have resonance), a Shakespeare-referencing, kazoo-playing bandleader, and an array of talented members with unique 1920s gangster epithets. When they’re not ransacking the West Country for fast food, they’re recording phonographic wax cylinders, referencing black and white cinema and generally celebrating the culture of the early 20th century.

Click on the link below to their album 'Party Seven' 

+ LATE SET

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band  will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Tim Penn on Piano
Feb
13
9:00 pm21:00

Tim Penn on Piano

Tim Penn's influences and repertoire range from ragtime and stride and the old blues songs of the 1920s, the New Orleans rhumba rhythms of Professor Longhair, a pinch of 50s/60s soul-jazz and some straight R&B from the likes of Ray Charles and Amos Milburn. Take all this, and then finally season with a sprinkling of his own songs, which reference styles such as Hoagy Carmichael at one moment and southern Swamp Rock or Bob Dylan the next, and the recipe is complete and ready.

See his write up on Blues Revolution

Belvedere presents Mademoiselle Loulou Orchestra
Feb
14
9:00 pm21:00

Belvedere presents Mademoiselle Loulou Orchestra

Mlle. Loulou is a  French accordionist and singer who plays with the finest jazz musicians of London. The band conjures a romantic, vintage Parisian spirit, taking the audience back to bygone era. Their expansive repertoire ranges from the French 'titi' to the irresistible dance grooves of South America. Expect
Swing, Tango, Cumbia, French Chanson and Musette music, the occasional Forro, and even some 50's Rock 'n' Roll!

We will have a delicious menu of Belvedere cocktails at reduced prices to go with the free music, all courtesy of the brand. 

Eric Ranzoni Trio
Feb
16
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni Trio

The Eric Ranzoni Trio will play an exciting selection of classic Blues, Boogie Woogie and bluesy ballads, including songs by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, BB King, Memphis Slim and many others. The trio has already performed at many top venues including 'The Royal Albert Hall' and 'Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

Kai Hoffman & her Kombo
Feb
17
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman & her Kombo

Kai loves the music of the 50s – from rhythm and blues to rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll to New Orleans, with a sprinkling of mambo and a dash of Kai’s own vintage-inspired original material.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo is made up of Kai Hoffman, lead vocals, Dan Faulkner on saxophone (Glenn Miller Orchestra), Simon Picton on guitar (Sugar T and the Swells), Liam Dunachie on piano (Jivestar), Dave O’Brien on bass (Basin Street Brawlers), and Mez Clough on drums (Si Cranstoun).  

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

The Queen of Swing!
— Ian Shaw, BBC Radio
THE TOP SHELF BAND
Feb
18
9:00 pm21:00

THE TOP SHELF BAND

Led by the illustrious Fred snow, the Top Shelf Band are a stomping swing outfit, entirely reinventing the old style of entertainment with their own inimitable style. Guests can expect all out revelry and expert musicianship such as we’ve come to expect from this fabulous band.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Hennessy Jazz Jam
Feb
19
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Jazz Jam

The Hennessy Jazz Jam brings together some of London's best musicians playing vintage jazz music. The 20s and 30s gave birth to Jazz with large-scale bands accompanying dancing feet well into the early hours of the evening. Big bands travelled across America, Europe and into Asia and were seen as an essential part of a cocktail evening out. 

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hennessy Fine to Cognac, we are able to recreate the thrill and fun of those historic nights, drinking cocktails to excellent music. Sit back and enjoy a n expertly mixed Hennessy cocktail for the special price of £8. 

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TJ Johnson
Feb
20
9:00 pm21:00

TJ Johnson

TJ plays an extraordinary blend of music that transcends the boundaries of jazz, blues, soul, country and gospel and is influenced by the likes of Ray Charles, Dr John, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Cash, BB King, Nina Simone, Alberta Hunter, Jimmy Witherspoon and many more. 


Perry Gordon & his Rhythm Club
Jan
21
9:00 pm21:00

Perry Gordon & his Rhythm Club

Born out of the New Orleans jam sessions held in the cellar of an absinthe bar in Bordeaux, Perry Gordon & His Rhythm Club are now well established on the Southern French hot jazz and blues scene playing regularly to packed crowds in Bordeaux’s hippest bars and bistrots. Perry Gordon is the alter ego of former trumpeter for the West Country's most exclusive drinking club, The Zen Hussies. He has spent the last 4 years enjoying the wine, sun and more wine in the French city of Bordeaux where he has hand picked the finest purveyors of traditional jazz to form his Rhythm Club.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo
Jan
20
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo

Kai loves the music of the 50s – from rhythm and blues to rockabilly, rock ‘n’ roll to New Orleans, with a sprinkling of mambo and a dash of Kai’s own vintage-inspired original material.

Kai Hoffman and her Kombo is made up of Kai Hoffman, lead vocals, Dan Faulkner on saxophone (Glenn Miller Orchestra), Simon Picton on guitar (Sugar T and the Swells), Liam Dunachie on piano (Jivestar), Dave O’Brien on bass (Basin Street Brawlers), and Mez Clough on drums (Si Cranstoun).  

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 111:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

 

 

Eric Ranzoni Trio
Jan
19
9:00 pm21:00

Eric Ranzoni Trio

The Eric Ranzoni Trio will play an exciting selection of classic Blues, Boogie Woogie and bluesy ballads, including songs by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, BB King, Memphis Slim and many others. The trio has already performed at many top venues including 'The Royal Albert Hall' and 'Boisdale of Canary Wharf.

Duncan Hemstock Trio
Jan
18
9:00 pm21:00

Duncan Hemstock Trio

Master of our monthly Hennessy Jazz Jams, Duncan Hemstock is a band leader like no other. He brings his joy for life and music to every performance, always delivering with a smile and a cheeky quip or two. His clarinet playing is not only influenced by Goodman, but also the fiery intent of Edmond Hall, while his Tenor Saxophone approach is inspired by the great Lester Young.

Havana Club presents Son Guarachando
Jan
17
9:00 pm21:00

Havana Club presents Son Guarachando

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What better fit than Cuba's premium rum mixed with a truly authentic Son band in London, led by the effervescent Adriana Lord. 

Combining elements of Spanish cancion and African rhythms with the percussion instruments of Bantu, this fast paced music is thrilling to hear. 

Enjoy a night straight out of Cuba alongside expertly mixed Havana Club cocktails at reduced prices, thanks to the brand. 

Hennessy Jazz Jam
Jan
15
9:00 pm21:00

Hennessy Jazz Jam

Led by expert multi-instrumentalist Duncan Hemstock, the Hennessy Jazz Jam brings together some of London's best musicians playing vintage jazz music.

The 20s and 30s gave birth to Jazz with large-scale bands accompanying dancing feet well into the early hours of the evening. Big bands travelled across America, Europe and into Asia and were seen as an essential part of a cocktail evening out. 

Thanks to the sponsorship of Hennessy Fine to Cognac, we are able to recreate the thrill and fun of those historic nights, drinking cocktails to excellent music. 

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
Jan
14
9:00 pm21:00

Rabbit Foot Spasm Band

This 5-piece band resides in the depths of the West Country, coming to the fore whenever an authentic swing jazz band is called for. A horn section with a Baritone Saxophone (one must have resonance), a Shakespeare-referencing, kazoo-playing bandleader, and an array of talented members with unique 1920s gangster epithets.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Noisy and raucous and dangerously sexy jazz
— BBC Radio 6
Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra
Jan
13
9:00 pm21:00

Benoit Viellefon and his Orchestra

In his flagship project, Benoit directs an ensemble of internationally acclaimed musicians in a manner reminiscent of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and Charles Trenet at the very height of their popularity. His authentic vocal renditions of French chanson, Swing, Jive, Russian folk, Charleston, Latin American dance music have captivated audiences across the UK and all over Europe, Russia and the Far East. Benoit's successful tours in Italy, France, Belgium, Croatia, Russia and Japan are testament to the orchestra's dazzling mix of high-energy multi-instrumental virtuosity and effortless melody, guaranteed to have audiences on their feet and in each others' arms. "

"Effortlessly sweep you away on sonic gossamer wings to the happy, happy place of your choice"
- Vintage Rock Magazine

"A very distinctive French sound with a nostalgic, happy and romantic feel" 
- Royal Albert Hall

+ Late Set

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Pinstripe Réduit
Jan
12
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Réduit

Pinstripe Reduit is a high energy and fun swing quartet featuring piano/vocals, sax, bass and drums. The smaller version of the popular Pinstripe Suit band which has a residency at our sister bar Nightjar, performances feature much of the same repertoire of classic swing music including lots of tunes giving the audience the chance to participate with 'shout outs', such as Just A Gigalo, Minnie the Moocher, Hey Pachuco (as featured in The Mask) and Gimme That Wine.

Gaspar Sena Trio
Jan
11
9:00 pm21:00

Gaspar Sena Trio

The Gaspar Sena Trio is a tribute to the classic jazz repertoire; a project put together to try and look further into the American song book and the sound of Bop - capturing the sound and groove of the era with their own unique interpretation.

James Brotherston
Jan
10
9:00 pm21:00

James Brotherston

James Brotherston cut his teeth as a pianist, bandleader and arranger as a student in Edinburgh before moving to East London in 2006. His idiosyncratic, New-Orleans infected piano and vocal style incorporates elements of James Booker, Fats Waller, Charles Brown and Amos Milburn. 

Tim Penn on piano
Jan
9
9:00 pm21:00

Tim Penn on piano

Tim Penn's influences and repertoire range from ragtime and stride and the old blues songs of the 1920s, the New Orleans rhumba rhythms of Professor Longhair, a pinch of 50s/60s soul-jazz and some straight R&B from the likes of Ray Charles and Amos Milburn. Take all this, and then finally season with a sprinkling of his own songs, which reference styles such as Hoagy Carmichael at one moment and southern Swamp Rock or Bob Dylan the next, and the recipe is complete and ready.
 

Bulleit Bourbon presents The Fobo Jug Band
Jan
8
9:00 pm21:00

Bulleit Bourbon presents The Fobo Jug Band

This evening of live music and cocktails is courtesy of Bulleit Bourbon. 

There will be a free live set from the wonderful FoBo Jug Band, who are sure to get the feet stomping with Mississippi Delta numbers played on the harp, piano, guitar and washboard.

We will also be offering a special menu of expertly crafted, reduced price cocktails featuring Bulleit. 

Pinstripe Suit
Jan
7
9:00 pm21:00

Pinstripe Suit

Pinstripe Suit is a high-octane six-piece swing and vocal jazz ensemble run by London-based jazz singer/pianist Robin Phillips. The band includes both female and male vocals and a super tight two-piece brass section.

Featuring original arrangements by Robin, this energetic ensemble specialises in classic swing music from across the 20th century as well as the high-energy swing revival music of the 1990s, as featured in films such as ‘Swingers’ and ‘The Mask’.

+ LATE SET

Pinstripe will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

The Boneshaker
Jan
6
9:00 pm21:00

The Boneshaker

The Boneshaker conjure up a heady cocktail of razzamatazz jazz from the roaring 20s and beyond with exotic rhythms from the Latin quarter, tangos, salsas and mambos.  French chanson rubs shoulders with the Weimar Cabaret while film noir soundtracks mingle with the Klezmer-esque and the quaintly curious confections of the golden age of jazz. The Boneshaker features thrilling three part harmonies, virtuoso romantic violin, soaring sax and clarinet accompanied by a swinging rhythm section featuring vintage percussion to create an inimitable musical and visual Boneshaker event. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door. 

Kai Hoffman Quartet
Jan
5
9:00 pm21:00

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Kai is a multiple BBC Jazz Award winner and long-time resident at Ronnie Scott's in Soho.

Come and see one of London's best swing jazz singers perform with her quartet, bringing with her a lot of glamour and not a little sass. 

[Kai] is the whole package from head to toe
— Jazzwise Magazine
Topshelf Bootleg Trio
Jan
4
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Bootleg Trio

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

The Bootleg Trio consists of a rhythm guitar, vocals, bass and piano and tonight they will be pumping out their fabulous repertoire of Filthy, Zombie Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

Appleton presents the Maskaradin' Troubadours
Jan
3
9:00 pm21:00

Appleton presents the Maskaradin' Troubadours

We're thrilled to present an evening of Jamaican rum and calypso courtesy of our friends at Appleton rum.

The Maskaradin' Troubadours are a collection of funky individuals whose love of Calypso and Carnival grooves brings them together to form a tight unit. Led by Lord Spicer, they bring you classic numbers by the greats (Kitchener, De Leon, Sparrow) revamped with a modern sound and sensibility. Incorporating Mardi Gras tunes from the birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans, and beyond, the Troubadours have got a little something for everyone. 

We'll have a delectable menu of reduced price Appleton tipples on all night with free live music from 9pm. 

Dan Nash
Jan
2
9:00 pm21:00

Dan Nash

Dan’s music harks back to the roots of early rent party/juke playing and ragtime. His performances encompass the whole acoustic blues genre from the hard bottleneck blues of the Mississippi Delta to the intricate finger-picking and ragtime styles of Texas and the Carolinas.

Following a tour of the USA between 2007-9, Dan has built a large following in his hometown of London, especially amongst the blues/swing dance communities and local roots clubs. Dan’s deep and rough-edged vocals are reminiscent of the Delta style from which the blues emanates. This performance is not to be missed.

NYE 2016
Dec
31
9:00 pm21:00

NYE 2016

We'd love you to join us to ring in 2017 in high-style with live music from the amazing Miss Hoodoo & the Delta Boys.

Featuring the inspirational vocals and heavyweight horn and rhythm sections, Miss Hoodoo and the Delta Boys are straight out of the world of blues & soul, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. The band features some of the most experienced and in demand musicians on the scene who have performed with the likes of Paloma Faith and Kylie Minogue, at venues including Ronnie Scotts, the Jazz Cafe and the O2.

Guests will be welcomed on the night with champagne and canapés and will enjoy music into the wee hours of the morning. Our bar team will be creating a celebratory cocktail tasting menu of five Oriole favourites especially for the party, our kitchen will have a seasonal menu of canapés running throughout the evening and, of course, there will be a champagne toast at midnight.

Tickets are all-inclusive £150 per person and include all drinks, food and entertainment for the evening. Dress Code: Sharp suits and cocktail dresses. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

The Boneshaker
Dec
30
9:00 pm21:00

The Boneshaker

The Boneshaker conjure up a heady cocktail of vintage jazz, razzamatazz and beyond from the Latin social clubs of Cuba and Argentina with their salsas, tangos and mambos.  One moment dark and moody the next romantic and bubbly. Summed up in the lines,"There may be trouble ahead…Let’s face the music and dance".  Music of a decadent and illicit affair played on honking sax and clarinet, dazzling violin, clattering percussion, bass and resonating guitar.

+ LATE SET

The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11.30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Topshelf Bootleg Trio
Dec
29
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Bootleg Trio

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

The Bootleg Trio consists of a rhythm guitar, vocals, bass and piano and tonight they will be pumping out their fabulous repertoire of Filthy, Zombie Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

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Strange Cargo
Dec
23
9:00 pm21:00

Strange Cargo

Strange Cargo is a new band fronted by singer-guitarist Laurence Corns who is equally at home in the 1930s swing style as he is playing Mbira music from Zimbabwe. 

Comprising soothsayer horns Idris Raman and Robin Hopcraft, the innovative guitar sound of Rob Updegraff and Jay Darwish with Saleem Raman on bass and drums, you can expect three-part harmonies, grooves from all over the african continent and colourful horn arrangements wrapped up in to songs that reflect the London background of all of the musicians. You won't find another band like these guys, they are truly a Strange Cargo. 

+ LATE SET

The band will also play a Late Set from 11:30pm. £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.

Topshelf Bootleg Trio
Dec
22
9:00 pm21:00

Topshelf Bootleg Trio

We always look forward to this 'Filthy Swing' outfit brought to us by the illustrious Fred Snow and his Top Shelf Band. 

Since 2004, The Top Shelf Band has made appearances the length and breadth of the U.K. & Europe, Brazil & Australia. They have replaced Jools Holland in his absence; closed Glastonbury 2011; been hired by Mark Ronson and have already supported Camille O’Sullivan, Paloma Faith, Brian Ferry & Buena Vista Social Club.

The Bootleg Trio consists of a rhythm guitar, vocals, bass and piano and tonight they will be pumping out their fabulous repertoire of Filthy, Zombie Swing for all and sundry. No one is safe.

The Sugar Kings
Dec
21
9:00 pm21:00

The Sugar Kings

The Sugar Kings Cuban quartet present Son, vintage Mambo, Guaracha, Bolero and Cha Cha Cha

Dom Pipkin plays piano
Dec
19
9:00 pm21:00

Dom Pipkin plays piano

Piano from London, soul from New Orleans. The ever-popular, always wonderful Dom Pipkin plays New Orleans jazz piano; taking inspiration from Professor Longhair, Huey "Piano" Smith, Lee Dorsey and James Booker.