Formed in 2010, The Alec Robinson Quartet brings together four distinctive young jazz musicians from the North of England, all of whom met while studying at Leeds College of Music. With a rhythm section led by Alec on piano, and comprising John Marley on bass and Ali Mac on drums, the group features Jazz Yorkshire’s 2010 ‘Young Musician of the Year’ Matt Anderson on tenor sax.
Formed in 2005 in Liverpool to play the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephan Grappelli, as made famous in Paris in the 1930s-1950s (gypsy jazz), This style of music was originally played around the camp fires by the travelling Gypsys , who would party into the night. The music then found its way into the smoky Parisian Bars and Cafes before becoming popular throughout Europe.
Antelope is a new innovative eight-piece band incorporating elements of soul, jazz, dubstep, drum & bass, hip hop and deep house. Everything is played live: no samples or loops.
We are proud to introduce you to a new jam concept for the club. From the people who bring you the infamous Soul Sessions night, the SOUL SESSIONS JAM will provide a platform for like-minded musicians with a passion for hip-hop and soul to express their creativity.
The Blues Duo was born from two charismatic bluesmen's deep rooted passion for the music and soul of the 40's & 50's blues era. So when Tommy Allen and Johnny Hewitt joined together with their individual sounds of killer harp and deep Chicago blues guitar.
Samuel C Lees is one of the UKs most exciting gypsy jazz guitarists combining fire and flare of modern guitarists and a sense of grace and melody of classic gypsy jazz players like Django himself. He has worked throughout many genres and plays with some of the greatest musicians on the planet like Yngwie J Malmsteen, Robben Ford, Lollo Meier, and bass legend Jack Bruce.
Early February saw M&P's first ever Singer / Songwriter, solo artist competition!
The event went down a storm, so we have decided to bring all 4 acts back from the Bank Holiday weekend!
Why don't you head down to the club to listen to some local talent and start your Bank Holiday weekend early!