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Join us for an afternoon of great live music as we play host to our fourth annual "...Around Town" event, part of Cheltenham's Jazz Festival.

Taking place on bank holiday Sunday 5th May, you can relax knowing you can enjoy yourself with (hopefully for most!) no work in the morning!  

As well as live music you'll find outdoor bars and alfresco dining areas so you can sit back and enjoy the music to great food, drink and good company.

This year's fantastic line up includes:

Stolen Chocolates
1 – 1.45pm
Gloucestershire based Stolen Chocolates play jazz and blues tunes. Their aim is to find, arrange and play great songs and have some fun whilst doing so.
http://www.stolenchocolates.co.uk/

Rory McNeill
2.15 – 3pm
Rory McNeill is a jazz singer-songwriter whose rich, baritone voice combines with his lyrical storytelling to present nostalgic but refreshing original music.

Albino Frogs
3.30 – 4.15pm
This five piece band from the South Wales Valleys deal out their quirky original songs. Think Steely Dan and Average White Band grooves and instantly hummable melodies.
facebook.com/Albino-Frogs-170771242986380

The LM Project
4.45 – 5.30pm
Inspired by Prince, Led Zeppelin and Esperanza Spalding, expect colourful soundscapes and catchy lyrics from Louie Miller and her jazz pop band.
louiemiller.co.uk

Charlton Blues Kings
6 – 6.45pm
From 50’s Chicago rhythms to West Coast jump blues and modern West Coast swing, The Charlton Blues Kings are a five-piece rhythm and blues powerhouse serving up vintage, up-tempo music.
charltonblueskings.com

The party's not over when Charlton Blues Kings finish, as the fun continues at various venues in The Brewery Quarter who are each hosting live music.

The Cosy Club are hosting acts all weekend and will have Jazz residents, Ben Cipolla and the Nouvelle House Band who will be joined by special guests every night. On Friday 3 May Nick Robson and his Jazz fusion Saxophone take to the stage, on Saturday 4 May Grove will be performing Soul RnB and on Sunday 5 May Eleanor Lang will entertain the crowds with her swing jazz classics.

Visit Babel from 7pm and enjoy live music courtesy of world-class loop pedal artist Alex Taylor, who combines elemebts of soul, nu-folk and electronica and is one of the shining lights of the acoustic scene.

The Botanist is hosting a Speakeasy event on Sunday 5 May. From 8pm it’s a chance to get into the 1920s spirit with crafted cocktails, dancers and live music and dancing from Martyn Nelson, Rhythm Remedies, The Easy Rollers and Jazz Jive Swing. Fancy dress is highly encouraged!

Lights, camera, action - it’s time to get dancing!

 

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Jazz Puddles
1-6 May
Step into our sound puddle installation and get enveloped in jazz music. Look out for them on the floor, with one here at The Brewery Quarter, plus another on the Promenade and in the Jazz Festival Village – no wellies required!
(Kindly supported by the Charles Irving Charitable Trust).

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