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Sara Spade and the Noisy Boys - Live in the Jazz bar

Sara Spade and the Noisy Boys - Live in the Jazz bar

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Sunday 29th July 2018 at 8.00pm

Tickets only £18.00 [unreserved seating] available to book on-line below or direct from Zeffirellis or through LDSM
Movie Deal £34.95 [tables will be allocated upon booking] - Dining will be at 6pm in the Jazz Bar.

With her ebullient blend of vintage ukulele jazz, and blues-infused Retro-Pop Swing originals, Sara Spade’s music breaks boundaries, from youthful Camp Bestival to a WW2 reunion party at Birmingham City Hall. With Jonny Gee on double bass & Johnny Mattock on percussion, Sara’s music is widening the appeal of jazz, with the support of fans like Jools Holland, who says “She has a fantastic voice – her band makes me want to dance... they have that magical element which it’s almost impossible to put your finger on!”.

Sara sets her own songs next to Charlestons like Five Foot Two, eyes of blue, jazz versions of It must be love and heart-melting ballads like Secret love. Her originals like Beautiful and Long long time with you will leave you whistling, smiling and laughing.

Presented in association with Lake District Summer Music.

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British Council Arts PRS Foundation for New Music
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