Traditional, Dixieland and New Orleans Live Jazz in Enfield

1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month from 12.30 to 3pm

At  Botany Bay Cricket Club, East Lodge Lane, Enfield, EN2 8AS

Licensed bar- real ales & best lagers, large selection of wines and spirits, non-alcoholic drinks and snacks

All welcome - come along and have a friendly drink and listen to some great live jazz.

Annual membership £17 (April - March) - save £2 each time you come.

Call Stephen on 0208 363 0838 for more information

Jazz links: Just Jazz, Jazz & Jazz

No booking required. Tickets for members £12 and £15 for visitors

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The San Jacinto Stompers play jazz in the Revival-Style, made popular via recordings made from the early 1940s onward, by such artists as Bunk Johnson, George Lewis, Kid Howard, Kid Thomas, Percy Humphrey, Wooden Joe Nicholas, and De De Pierce. These musicians were recorded in many locations around the city and sometimes in their own homes. One of the most popular and prolific venues used for recording was "San Jacinto Hall", from which the band takes its name.

Their aim is to pay tribute to those wonderful musicians and to keep the Revival flag flying in their honour. The Stompers comprise Kevin Scott. Leader/Tenor Banjo, Brian Butler. Trombone, Richard Church. Trumpet/Cornet, Malc Murphy. Drums, Ron Rumbol. Clarinet/Saxaphone and John Sirett. Double Bass. Between them, they have decades of experience, both nationally, and internationally.

Two bands in a week

Trevor is one of the finest clarinettists in the UK today.  If you’re going to play in the Benny Goodman style you’ll need to capture the brilliant virtuosity, mellifluous tone, rhythmic excitement and imaginative flair of the master and Trevor does all this in a way that delights his audience.

This Friday, we have the all star rhythm section.  Pianist Colin Good, who is a modern day Teddy Wilson. Anthony Kerr, the brilliant vibraphonist who has played with everyone from Georgie Fame to the BBC Big Band. The tastefully swinging bassist Jerome Davies. And one of Botany Bay’s favourite drummers Richard Pite, whose Gene Krupa style is familiar to many. They play a wide spectrum of Benny’s music together with interesting historical anecdotes.

San Jacinto Stompers 12.30 Tuesday 7th May

Trevor Whitings Tribute to Benny Goodman

8pm Friday 10th May