Events & Links
ALL THAT JAZZ - Exhibition at Westbury Manor Museum, West Street, Fareham from 19 January to 10 March 2019 plus anecdotes, live music and retelling of the Benny Goodman story at 7:30pm on 25 Jan by Chris Walker's Quartet. Also Chris Newman's Georgia Ramblers live at 7:30pm on 22 February. Details (including prices and how to book) are on the attached flyer together with further information of additional workshops at Westbury Manor Museum and more Jazz gigs at the Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham.
Other Jazz Clubs (mainly in the south):
Portsmouth Jazz Society website
Southampton Jazz Club website
Chichester Jazz Club website
Portsmouth Guildhall events website
Eastleigh - Concorde Club
Sarisbury Green, Nr Southampton - Jazz on the Green
Amersham Jazz Club website
Enfield - Botany Bay Jazz Club
Farnborough Jazz Club website
Hastings - 1066 Jazz Club
Rochester (Kent) - 144 Club
Other Jazz Clubs in the South of England
Listen to Maurice Kemp on Radio Haslar on Fridays between 4 and 6 pm
Or for nostalgia look at Pompey Pop - popular music in Portsmouth between 1944 & 1969 - you might be mentioned!
Chris Newman can be hired for your event as a jazz piano soloist or as part of his band in small ensembles - email email@example.com,
tel: 023 9269 3988 or mobile: 07790 987209, or 22 Vernon Road, Portsmouth, PO3 5DS.
Julie Horton is a local Jazz Singer - for details see her website at www.juliejazzyj.co.uk/ where you can listen to her singing, or call 07966 459188.
Similarly for Southampton University at the Turner Sims venue.
Joe Croll, who runs the New Yellow Dog Jazz Club in Chandler’s Ford, and Dave Stradwick’s Sussex Jazz Kings each year promote a Jazz Boat cruise from Southampton to Cowes on the Isle of Wight and back. This year it was on Sunday 16 July and several members of Gosport Jazz Club joined it. The Sussex Jazz Kings perform whilst the boat is sailing to and from Cowes and there is also a brolly parade on arrival in Cowes. Here are a selection of photos from the 2017 cruise:
Copyright © of these photographs is owned by Jim Bevington or Malcolm Swire or Jan Almond and they may not be reproduced or copied without their express permission. To request permission, please go to the form on the Contact Us page. To discourage unauthorised use, the quality of the photos has been reduced from the originals but the originals are still available. The photos were not necessarily taken at the gig mentioned above.
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