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Bill Bailey's Jazz Band

appearing at

Leek Bandstand

Leek, Staffordshire

14:00 - 16:00

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Description

A four piece traditional jazz band, with trumpet, clarinet, bass and guitar/banjo.

They focus mainly on New Orleans, Traditional and Dixieland styles but with the versatility to offer almost any Jazz style.

The principal aim being to entertain by providing happy foot-tapping live music for any event. Led by the incorrigible Richard (Bill) Bailey they have performed all over the UK, at such prestigious events as The Upton on Severn Jazz Festival, The CLA Game Fair and The IWA Boat Festival and right down south at Farnborough Jazz Club, Kent.

The band has also performed on the European mainland, in France, Spain and Holland where we were voted "most entertaining band" at the Enkhuisen Jazz Festival.

They also perform in many Pubs Inns Restaurants & Bars around the Midlands area.

They are excellent jazz players in their own right but with the added twist of the Master of Ceremony's Bill Bailey - he brings the audience into the gig with his good line in chat and stories - you may even get to play one of his trumpets.

The Band can be set up for large venues or more intimate smaller events where the interaction with audience is superb.

Leek Bandstand

Venue Type

Public Bandstand

Description

A large Victorian park with children's play area, bowling green, tennis courts and a band stand.

Parking is available at the leisure centre or in the pay and display car park on Vicarage Road.

Entrances are wide enough for wheelchairs. The park has many paths and is largely flat but there is a steep hill to the south of the bandstand.

Brough Park,

Leek,

Staffordshire,

England,

ST13 6AS.

Disabled AccessParkingChild FriendlyDog Friendly

Free Admission

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