This is one of the most enjoyable party bands that can be booked in East Sussex for weddings and events. They perform well known jazz standards, blues, and pop songs of the early 20th century in this jazz genre, lively music that makes the night go with a swing and appeals to all ages.
This East Sussex jazz band like all acoustic jazz bands are not dependent on electricity, which allows these artists to present music for entertainment either inside or outside. The musicians play Trumpet, Clarinet, Banjo and Sousaphone (Tuba or Brass Bass)
This jazz band has many tunes on their playlist, mainly from the vintage swing era including well known songs from the great American songbook like "All of Me", "Tuxedo Junction", "Avalon", "Blueberry Hill", "Bye Bye Blackbird" and a few from the revival era like "The King of the Swingers" all classics in their own right.
Most of their extensive repertoire was played at some time by top artists like Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack who recorded the best songs of the era, however Acoustic Jass is not a covers or tribute band, they play in the New Orleans idiom not copying any one artist.
This variety of music means that the classical jazz melodies have a beginning a middle and an end which most people like to listen to, in a concert, to get up and dance to or, just as background music perfect for creating a good atmosphere at any gathering throughout East Sussex.
Over the last twenty years these experienced musicians have been booked to provided their sophisticated entertainment for various functions:-
This jazz ensemble has appeared at weddings and wedding receptions in East Sussex at:-
These musicians in formal dress, white tie and tails.
Like all acoustic wedding bands for hire in East Sussex these entertainers perform exciting party music either indoors or outdoors and can move from one to the other as required. When they have a singer or vocalists they use a battery powered PA which is easy to relocate.
This East Sussex traditional Jazz Band playing for afternoon tea.
This jazz quartet has entertained at all sizes of venues in East Sussex and has been hired to provide their unique musical entertainment for all sizes of audiences from lunch and dinner parties of thirty people, to corporate events with crowds of up to seven hundred and fifty (they did use PA there). This classic jazz band once performed for a group of six guests in their front room.
Acoustic Jass perform vintage jazz classics throughout the south and south east of England and this jazz band has performed at many venues, inside, outside, for corporate events, company gatherings, agricultural shows, concerts, clubs, building and shop openings, parties, fetes, railway stations, dinner dances, promotions, parades, receptions, wedding and wedding receptions, christmas party, jazz festivals, christenings and funerals.
their gigs done page
to find out where else in East Sussex these experienced professional jazz musicians have appeared.
This is the vintage jazz band in
"Made in Chelsea" series 8 Episode 3.
If you are thinking of booking these artists, visit their gigs page to see if they are available in East Sussex on the the date you would like to book them, to see where this live jazz band is performing in public.
One of the best jazz bands in East Sussex at a transport festival.
Traditional Jazz is the name applied to the earliest kind of music that jazz bands developed in New Orleans (it wasn't known as jazz then but was called hot music), it was very popular in the 1920s as a social music, jazz bands entertained for any function or social gathering, from being the entertainment at a picnic or for dancing in the dance halls.
Early live jazz was usually played by small jazz groups of up to seven musicians. It is an improvisational music where each player in the band re-arranges the tune as they go. If you hear the same band perform the same tune twice it shouldn't sound the same as the musician improvises to reflect the audience, the event and, how they are feeling on the day.
The original sort of jazz had a revival starting in the USA in the ninteen forties with jazz and swing bands spreading across the world and has continued to be a popular and entertaining music today. A particularly British version became known as trad jazz in the UK during the 1950s.
Where this party bands been performing in East Sussex:-
Other Counties They've Played Live Music:-
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