Do you have a collection of vinyl tunes you'd like to share? Fancy taking a turn on the tables at our MJF vinyl chilled out Sunday event?
Then all you need to do is bring your favourite vinyl tunes along to the club and seek out Dave who will make sure you get your chance to play.
It starts at 4pm with Happy Hour running until 7pm!
"Some bands exude cool and Blind Monk Trio have their unique musical style down to a T.
We can't get enough of this fantastic trio. Join the Brotherhood for a Live Music Treat!"
"the world's finest GOTHIC BEBOP SHOW"
"a monster mash up of John Coltrane, Nirvana, Buddy Rich & Led Zeppelin"
This is your one and only change to get involved with the MJF programme on the M&P's stage!
A cutting edge trio of three genre defying musicians brought together by Jon, mixing jazz, improvisation, electronica, groove and filmic soundscapes to euphoric effect.
Steve Lawson - Bass/Loops
Jon Thorne - Double Bass/Laptop
Rob Turner - Drums/Percussion
This Modern Jazz Quintet from New Orleans grew out of a weekly practice session started four years ago by five of the crescent city's prominent young sidemen. Individually the Session's members play or have played with the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Ellis Marsalis, Herlin Riley and Dr John.
As the UKs leading original covers band Gypsies of Bohemia pride themselves on having written at least half of their complete catalogue of original cover versions. Something of a paradox? Well that sums these guys up.
The Juggernaut Love Band have been tearing up the North East music scene since 2009. Born to bring life and love to a nation under the control of some seriously unfunky dudes, their soul purpose is to take you away from the daily grind and launch you into a funkysphere of Funk/Soul/Disco ecstasy.
Bringing back to life the forgotten era of the Speakeasy, Prohibition, Vaudeville, Tin Pan Alley, New York rent parties, Harlem Stride Piano and Hot Jazz 1920's band 52 Skidoo are an unlikely collection of drunks, gamblers, misfits and outlaws performing Harlem Swing, a music born out of the stride piano style made famous by James P. Johnson and Fats Waller.