Dana Ali is an American Neo Soul artist, singer songwriter from Atlanta, GA. She has crossed the waters to the United Kingdom with her bass player Dave Hewitt (Babe Ruth fame). Together they have cowritten songs which have been recorded, in Nashville, USA and in the U.K.
House band The Nightcreatures host the third Monday of the month jam session with music from the Crescent City of New Orleans. Musicians of all kinds are welcome to come and join in performing standard repertoire made famous in The Big Easy as well as other material given the NOLA treatment.
The David Broad Trio play all kinds of traditional American music: swing, blues, gospel, ragtime, sometimes even a bit of country. They've played pubs, clubs, parties, weddings and funerals up and down the country and can be counted on to get lindy hoppers hopping and jivers jiving.
BLIND MONK TRIO put a fresh, modern spin on the classic sax/bass/drums trio format.
With influences from the whole history of the genre (Sonny Rollins, Joe Henderson, FLY, Avishai Cohen (Trumpet), J.D. Allen Trio ...) blended with dark cinematic grooves and eastern folk.
Johnny Hunter (Nat Birchall, Blind Monk Trio, Dub Jazz Soundsystem) formed his quartet in 2010 to explores the possibilities and challenges afforded by the absence of a harmony instrument with compositions drawing on Johnny’s long-standing interest in the piano-less groups of Sonny Rollins and Joe Henderson, through to those of John Zorn and Chris Speed.
New York Brass band were one of the first contemporary Brass Bands to play at M&P's. With a full-on 8-piece New Orleans inspired gig, these guys certainly set the bar for a night of cool Brass sounds!
Tonight sees Jeremy Sassoon return for the much loved Free Early Evening Solo Sessions!
Having raised the roof back in September, we warmly welcome the Black Sheikhs back to the club tonight!
Vintage reprobates and genre alchemists, the Black Sheikhs fire heady concoctions of Punk, Pop, Rock and Swing, steaming into the 21st century.