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J Alexander & The Blues Devils

appearing at

Cafe Jazz

Cardiff, Cardiff

21:00

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J Alexander & The Blues Devils

Genre

Harmonica based Blues

Description

This classic 4-piece band formed as J. Alexander and the Blues Devils in 2008 but Dave, Paul & Ian have been playing together for 30 years in one of the most successful British Blues bands of all time - Snatch It Back. A serious, no frills, no bullshit Blues band...here for your pure pleasure!

Cafe Jazz

Venue Type

Jazz. Blues and Food

Description

Almost 21 years have now passed since The Sandringham Hotel became the mecca for live jazz performances in Cardiff.
On Wednesday 29th November 1995 the FOUR BARS INN at SANDYS was opened. Since that day, this welcoming city centre bar and restaurant, now trading as CAFÉ JAZZ, has played host to a multitude of fine musicians from across the globe.

Perceptive Welsh jazz & blues fans have welcomed and enjoyed stimulating performances by musicians from France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, The Czech Republic, Israel, and Cuba and, of course, the U.K.

Some of the consummate British musicians that have graced our stage include Peter King, Stan Tracey, Clarke Tracy, Stan Sulzmann, Dave Cliff, John Horler, Martin Speake Keith Tippett, Henry Lowther, Julian Seigal, Jeff Clyne, Nick Weldon, Marc Lockheart, Seb Rochford, Andy Panayi, Esmond Selwyn, John Critcheson, Alec Dankworth, John Parracelli, Tom Cawley, Jamie Cullam, Geoff Eales, Steve Waterman, Hamilton Loomis and so many more great musicians.

21 St. Mary Street,

Cardiff,

Cardiff,

Wales,

CF10 1PL.


029 2038 7026

BarFood ServedCask AleCoffeeTea

Admission Fee: £4/£3 concessions

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