64 TIB STREET
NORTHERN QUARTER
MANCHESTER
M4 1LW
OFFICE 0161 273 5495
CLUB 0161 831 7002

DIARY

7 Sep / 9:30pm - 1:00am / £5 OTD | DOORS 5PM | HAPPY HOUR 5-7.30PM | GIG STARTS: 9.30PN

NORTHERN MONKEY BRASS BAND

Northern Monkey Brass Band (formerly known as Horn Dogs) are a deeply funky collective of some of the finest drum and brass players in the North East of England.

​Inspired by Rebirth Brass Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Youngblood Brass Band to name a few (as well as that bit at the beginning of Live And Let Die), they formed at the beginning of 2009. The band have rapidly earned a reputation for lively, energetic shows featuring original music written specifically for the band, classics of the New Orleans brass band genre and well known covers in a way you’ve never heard them.

In 2016, BBC Radio 3's Jazz Line Up broadcast a performance from Gateshead International Jazz Festival to much acclaim.

Band members have worked with Sting, Jimmy Nail, Kathryn Williams, The Unthanks, The New York Dolls, Maximo Park, Tim Garland, The Drifters, Johnny Dickinson, Nitin Sawney, Therapy?, The Matinee Orchestra, Bob Mintzer, Andy Sheppard, Nitin Sawnhey, Snowboy, Grimethorpe Brass Band, Beccy Owen, Nick Pride and the Pimptones and Rachel McShane among others.

Whether they’re busking on the street, playing at festivals, parties or an intimate bar gig, Northern Monkey Brass Band show you a good time.

"The north of England has many fine bands, a few of them are guaranteed five-star performers – the Northern Monkey Brass Band is one of them" (bebopspokenhere.blogspot.com)

THE BAND
Graham Hardy - trumpet
Alastair Lord - trumpet
Jamie Toms - tenor sax
David Gray - trombone
Mark Ferris - trombone
Phil Rosier - tuba
Adam Sinclair - snare drum
Brendan Murphy - bass drum

FANCY BOOKING A TABLE FOR THIS GIG?
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS CALL:
0161 273 5495 (weekdays before 6pm)
0161 831 7002 (evenings after 6pm)

Visiting the club at the weekend? Be prepared to dance or kick back and enjoy the band and atmosphere! People like to get up and dance in front of the stage. If you prefer a more laid back night, we recommend a Wednesday or Thursday evening.

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