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"He plays confident, swinging violin in a style based on Stephane Grappelli with aspects of Eddie South and Stuff Smith, mixed into what emerges as a very personal means of expression"....."I hope Mike's enterprise in making this open-minded record receives the reception it so richly deserves"...."..impressive versatility" (Jazz Journal International).

My first instrument was violin, at school, but hearing Hank Marvin, The Ventures, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (featuring Roger Dean on guitar) etc, led to buying my first guitar and joining local group The Bone Idols, playing local gigs and spending a month in the South of France. During a week's residency at a nightclub in Cannes, Stephane Grappelli, who was playing next door at the Palm Beach Casino, came in most evenings to unwind and sat at the band table. A significant encounter in view of future events, although at the time I'd only vaguely heard of Grappelli's music. Asked if he gave lessons! He went back to Paris at the end of the week. Still have his handwritten hotel number in the fiddle case - for inspiration!

As guitarist in local groups "The Sound of St.James", Krivoli Rog" and "All-nighters" at the Flamingo Club in London's Wardour St. with the System Soul Band opposite bands like Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, and US Airforce bases around the UK. An attempt at a "proper job" at the BBC tape library, with a view to becoming a sound engineer, is cut short after playing at all-nighter gigs in London at weekends and not being on the ball on Monday morning. So into the unknown....

A year with Junior's Conquest, which features Hammond organist/guitarist Junior Kerr (later Junior Marvin of Bob Marley and The Wailers). This is followed by 2 years, as guitarist/violinist, with The Gass. I record my first album in 1970 at Sound Techniques and Trident Studios in London, featuring Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green as a guest on two tracks. Apart from some dates in Spain The Gass play mainly the London club scene,  which at the time included The Bag O' Nails, Speakeasy, Scotch of St. James, The Revolution, Rasputin's, Sybillas and a Saturday residency "Upstairs" at Ronnie Scott's where regular sitters-in include Peter Green, Georgie Fame and the horn section from Ginger Baker's "Airforce". The Gass also recorded with Jack Hammer (writer "Great Balls of Fire"). (He of the leopard-skin lined cadillac and gold cigarrette case containing ready-made spliffs).

Another venture is Phil Collins's "Zox & the Radar Boys" - a band he forms pre Brand X, while still with Genesis - MP violin - lots of rehearsals, not many gigs.

A change to a more acoustic style, featuring more violin, resulting in tours, recordings, broadcasts from 1972 with Paul Brett (3 albums). I'm possibly the only person ever to appear on the Old Grey Whistle Test wearing a dressing gown - see videos. Paul and I supported Status Quo on their nationwide UK tour in 1972. Gigs with Paul's friend, Paul King (Mungo Jerry), as a duo and with the Jigilo Jug Band - (3 albums). Ralph McTell (6 albums) and tours with Ralph and Danny Thompson and also concerts with a six piece band including Dave Mattacks, Dave Pegg, Maddy Prior and Nigel Portman-Smith.

A member of the Denny Laine Band (Moody Blues, Wings) 1980 - 82 - 1 album "Japanese Tears" (including re-worked "Go Now" and "Say You Don't Mind"), playing UK and continental dates on guitar and violin. The band included Wings drummer Steve Holley. Wings were still operating but after John Lennon's passing McCartney gave it a rest.

Violin and guitar with Bert Jansch on and off for about 18 years (1977-1995), as a duo and other line-ups, including the band "Conundrum" with Bert, Rod Clements (Lindisfarne) and Pick Withers (later with Dire Straits), and recording 2 albums. In 1982 Bert asked me to join the re-forming Pentangle (the original line-up, replacing John Renbourn, who embarked on a music degree course at Dartington College), from 1982 - 89 (3 albums) - tours of the U.S.A., UK and and continental dates. Not being a Renbourn-style guitarist, with my joining the band electric guitar featured as well as violin.
Meanwhile there are violin jazz concerts, including with Keith Nichols' Ragtime Orchestra featuring in concerts at the Purcell Room in London and the Bix Beiderbeck concert series, featuring Guy Barker, at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Also some dates at Ronnie Scott's with Madeleine Bell (on guitar). Recordings with a wide variety of other artists.

A long-standing member of the "Lord Colwyn 3B Band", playing private parties and royal events - 1 album - amazing venues and now the champagne withdrawal is evident.

Russell Davies' TV  film "The Lowest of the Low" - the history of the bass saxophone, I'm in the "Joe Venuti role", playing "Raggin' the Scale" - also featuring Keith Nichols (see videos).

An International Fiddle Festival in 1984 at Battersea Arts Centre, also featuring Nigel Kennedy and Johnny Van Derrick.  Gigs with gypsy jazz guitar stars Fapy Lafertin, Angelo Debarre and Romane. Work with many of the Grappelli guitarists (apart from Django!), including Diz Disley, Martin Taylor, John Etheridge, Bucky Pizzarelli, Jeff Green and Denny Wright and Paul Degville.

Also, the Kimbara Brothers, Jonny Hepbir Quartet, Ultraswing,  Keith Stephens Gypsy Jazz, The Hot Club of London (Nils Solberg, Gerry Higgins), Dave Bronze's Western Swing band "Fargo" (1 album), Jack Emblow, Big Jim Sullivan, John Joyce, Wizz Jones, Tom "Spats" Langham, Malcolm Harrison, Dave Kelbie, Max Brittain, Gary Potter, Campbell Burnap, Digby Fairweather, Alan Barnes, Don Weller, Chris Spedding, Nigel Price, Herbie Flowers, Jez Cook, Andy Crowdy, Dave Toye, Tony Barnard, Jim Mullen, Steve Simpson, Nigel Bagge, Stefan Grossman, Duck Baker, Piers Clark, a gig with Gary Brooker at "Blues on the Farm", Remi Harris, Mark Ridout, Jason Henson, USA jazz stars Bucky Pizzarelli, Marty Grosz, Howard Alden and Ken Peplowski.

Ventures into comedy/theatre include a long-standing partnership with John Parker (Les Onions) in many musical guises, Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band (honorary member-3 albums and several Continental tours - MP violin/ banjo/guitar/strohviolin and musical saw). Recordings with Jim Davidson ("The Devil Went Down to Brixton"), Ivor Biggun & the Red-nosed Burglars ("Cyril Goes to Bognor") and Bernard Cribbins ("I Hate Country Music"). Recordings and gigs with Australian singer "Duffo" (Jeff Duff) with a band and as a Duo; "Zippy & Pinhead" (MP as "Pinhead").

An occasional member of John Etheridge's "Sweet Chorus" and Martin Taylor's "Spirit of Django".

Five years as jazz/rock violin/guitar "tutor", for a week each year, with the "Herbie Flowers Rockshop" at the Dartington International Summer School. The first International violin festival - "The Genius of the Violin" - held in London in 2004, featured a live broadcast from the 606 Club. The "Violin Summit" includes MP with Christian Garrick and Stuart Hall, and is broadcast on BBC Radio 3's "Jazz Notes".

In addition to guest appearances on numerous recordings by other artists my first CD release "Blues for Stuff and Steph", featuring a quartet, received great reviews from music publications in the UK, the USA, Jazz FM and BBC radio's "Jazz Notes".
"One of the best swing jazz fiddlers anywhere"..... New York Jazz Times. "Master of the jazz violin"...Jazz UK.

MP Quartet CD "Take a Walk" received excellent reviews and media coverage, including Humphrey Lyttelton opening his BBC Radio 2 "Best of Jazz" with "Struttin' Stuff" from the CD. (He also opened a previous show with a track from "Blues for Stuff and Steph"). 

These publications all include recognition of MP's fiddling/guitar:
"Stephane Grappelli - with and without Django", by Paul Balmer (Sanctuary Publications)
"Exploring Jazz Violin" by Chris Haigh, Schott Publications
"Dazzling Stranger - Bert Jansch and the British Folk and Blues Revival" by Colin Harper, Bloomsbury Publications 
"The Songs and Guitar Solos of Bert Jansch" Punchbowl Publications
"The Guinness Who's Who of Sixties Music" by Colin Larkin, Guinness Publications
"Streets of London - The Official Biography of Ralph McTell" by Chris Hockenhull, Northdown Publishing 
"Strange Brew - Eric Clapton and the British Blues Boom 1965-1970" by Christopher Hjort, JawBone Publications

Current gigs: The Ivy Club in London with the Joe Thompson Trio. Blues gigs with the Nigel Bagge Band, Tony Stone, Bob Brookes' Voodoo Kitchen, Miller Anderson and Eric Ranzoni's Blues Band at Boisdale. "Ain't Nothin' But Blues Bar" with Graham Hinton. Guest appearances at jazz clubs and festivals in the UK and abroad. "Jazz Breakfasts" with Herbie Flowers. London club appearances with Laurence Corns at the Green Note and Arcola Theatre, The Hot Club of Boisdale - (see videos). Concerts and festivals with MP's Hot Club Trio and Martin Wheatley's Arcadians' "Strings Ain't What They Used to Be". 

Recent activities include recording with guitarist Chris Spedding on John Lodge's (Moody Blues) solo album "10,000 Light Years Ago".

31/01/16 and 1/02/16, as an ex-member of Pentangle and Bert Jansch bands, I performed at two concerts for "Celtic Connections" at The Old Fruitmarket and The Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, playing guitar with Jacqui McShee as a duo and violin with Robert Plant's Sensational Space Shifters, Graham Coxon (Blur),  Bernard Butler (Suede), Karine Polwart, Ryley Walker and Martin Simpson and others for the Bert Jansch Foundation.

Further gigs are planned in October 2018 with Jacqui McShee, supporting Steeleye Span on tour.


Album recordings include:

1970 GASS - MP (gtr/vln), Bobby Tench (voc/gtr), Derek Austen, (kbds/flute), DeLisle Harper (bass), Godfrey Maclean (dms/perc). Special guest – Peter Green (gtr)
1973 BRADLEYS ROADSHOW – Paul Brett -live at the Marquee Club
1973 EASY – Ralph McTell
1974 CLOCKS – Paul Brett
1975 STREETS - Ralph McTell
1975 INDISCREET - Sparks
1976 DO IT – Jo Ann Kelly
1977 A RARE CONUNDRUM – Bert Jansch
1977 KING OF BONGO BONG – Duck Baker
1978 HARD PRESSED – Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band
1980 JAPANESE TEARS/Say You Don’t Mind/Go Now – Denny Laine Band
1981 TOO RISKY – Jim Davidson – Live
1983 OPEN THE DOOR – Pentangle
1983 ALPHABET ZOO – Ralph McTell
1984 FULL MOON - Cliff Aungier
1985 IN THE ROUND – Pentangle
1988 RADIO NIGHTS – The Moonlight Serenaders (Keith Nichols/Claus Jacobi)
1988 RUSTY TAYLOR’S JAZZ REVIEW – Rusty Taylor/Keith Nichols
1989 KEEPING UP WITH THE SPIKE JONES’S – Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band
1990 STEALIN’ BACK - Ralph McTell
1991 I LIKE TO DO THINGS FOR YOU – Janice Day/ Keith Nichols/Guy Barker & The Cotton Club Gang
1992 SYNCOPATED JAMBOREE – Keith Nichols and the Cotton Club Orchestra
1993 HEP TO THE BEAT – The Blue Caps & Friends
1993 ONE MORE ROAD – Pentangle
1994 HAPPY DAZE – Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band
1995 ABOUT THYME – Jacqui McShee/Gerry Conway/Spencer Cozens
1995 THE MILL IS GONE – King Earl Boogie Band
1995 HOUDINI’S MOON – Paul King (Mungo Jerry)
1998 GRAVELANDS – The King
1998 "BLUES FOR STUFF & STEPH" – Mike Piggott Quartet. MP vln, Brian Dee pno, John Rees-Jones bs, Dave Trigwell dms
1999 LONELY STREET - Bap Kennedy
1999 DE RIGEUR – Ultraswing
2000 RED SKY – Ralph McTell
2001 A WOMAN'S VOICE - Jacqui McShee
2003 STROHLIN' AND STUMBLIN' - With Piers Clark - guitar
2004 I'M OLD FASHIONED - Heather Simmons
2006 "TAKE A WALK" - Mike Piggott - featuring Jacqui McShee, Peter Ind, Nils Solberg, Brian Dee, Peter Morgan and Rod Brown
2006 ALL DAY BREAKFAST - Martin Wheatley
2006 "MESS OF BLUES" (MP guitar/violin)
2006 THANK YOU MR MOON - Debbie Arthurs' Sweet Rhythm
2007 TRIBUTE TO PAUL WHITEMAN - Live at the Sage Theatre, Gateshead with Keith Nichols and Northern Sinfonia
2009 ORDINARY MAN - Duncan McKenzie
2009 BY A WATERFALL - Spats Langham's Hot Fingers
2010 THE TALK OF THE TOWN - Debbie Arthurs' Sweet Rhythm
2010 FARGO - FARGO - Dave Bronze, Heather Simmons, Martin Wheatley
2011 ATTUNE...OR TWO Keith Stephens Hot Club Trio
2012 JOUEZ - Ultraswing
2012 DIDN'T PLAN MY ROUTE HERE - Nigel Bagge
2013 ATMOSPHERICS - Kate Daniels - with John Etheridge, Alec Dankworth
2014 PRETTY RED SHOES - Cat Piggott - with MP guitar, fiddle, mandolin, percussion
2015 10,000 LIGHT YEARS AGO - John Lodge (Moody Blues) - with Chris Spedding


Take A Walk CD- Mike Piggott

Mike Piggott has three CDs available: TWO NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER ONLINE

Take a Walk (2006)- DOZ 007 As featured on Radio 2 (Humphrey Lyttleton's Best of Jazz)

TRACK LISTING (click to play excerpts): 1. Hillcrest (Smith) 2. Yellow House Stomp (Grappelli) 3. Struttin' Stuff (Piggott) 4. The Gift (Ferriera/Antonio) 5. Blue Daniel (Rosolino) 6. Brother Where Are You? (Oscar Brown Junior) 7. Red-O-Ray (Grappelli) 8. But Beautiful (Van Heusen) 9. Swing '42 (Reinhardt/Grappelli) 10. Cette Chanson (Alhert/Young) 11. Mexican Wave (Piggott/Solberg) 12. Bix (Wilber) 13.Royal Mayall (Piggott). To preview all tracks in pop-out player, please click here

Also featuring: Jaqui McShee, Nils Solberg, Brian Dee, Peter Morgan, Peter Ind, Rod Brown "He plays confident, swinging violin in a style based on Stephane Grappelli with aspects of Eddie South and Stuff Smith, mixed into what emerges as a very personal means of expression"....."I hope Mike's enterprise in making this open-minded record receives the reception it so richly deserves"...."..impressive versatility" (Jazz Journal International 2007)

Available via PayPal for £12.00 per copy (includes P+P):

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Take A Walk CD- Mike Piggott

Blues for Stuff and Steph (1998 DOZ 001) by The Mike Piggott Quartet featuring MP (violin), Brian Dee (piano), John Rees-Jones (bass) and Dave Trigwell (drums).

TRACK LISTING (click bto play excerpts): 1. September in the Rain (Warren) 2. Skip It (S.Smith) 3. This Can’t Be Love (Rodgers/Hart) 4. Nuages (Reinhardt) 5. My Little Suede Shoes (C.Parker) 6. Only Time Will Tell (S.Smith) 7. I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me (McHugh/Gaskill) 8. Waltz For Sachma (Piggott) 9. Timmie’s Blues (S.Smith) 10. Autumn Leaves (J Kosma) 11.Vous et Moi (Reinhardt) To preview all tracks in pop-out player, please click here

" engaging document of jazz violin" – CADENCE USA" of the best swing jazz fiddlers active anywhere" – JAZZ TIMES USA
"..demonstrates his mastery of the jazz violin" – JAZZ UK
"..thick, rich, soulful tone" – JAZZ JOURNAL UK

Available via PayPal for £12.00 per copy (includes P+P)

Please email email for prices for more than one copy.

Strohlin' and Stumblin' CD- Mike Piggott

Strohlin' and Stumblin' (2003)- A relaxed selection of favourite pieces, recorded with acoustic violin and strohviolin, plus Piers Clark - guitar (1934 Gibson L5)

TRACK LISTING: 1. I Saw Stars 2. I'll Never Be The Same 3. Mexican Waltz 4. Sons De Carrilhoes 5. Stumblin' 6. A Kiss To Build A Dream On 7. Exactly Like You 8. Marino Waltz 9. Whispering 10. St. Lewes Blues 11. China Boy 12. When You Wish Upon A Star 13. April Kisses

Very limited quantities available. Please email for further details.

First awakening to the electric guitar was when on holiday in Swanage, walking along the cliff top. hearing the strains of Wonderful Land by the Shadows wafting up from the fairground in the town centre. First instrument was a £4/10s homemade guitar which made the fingers bleed - moving swiftly on to a light blue 3 pick-up Futurama De Luxe with a Watkins copycat echo, a Vox AC30 and the Shadows repertoire.

While still at school, forming "The Convicts", later "The 'Ighbroughs", and becoming aware of recordings by such artists as Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Johnson, T Bone Walker and John Lee Hooker, my first live introduction to the blues is seeing John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton at Carshalton Public Hall and the Harvest Moon in Guilford, and venues around south London, followed by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, Savoy Brown, Chicken Shack, Aynsley Dunbar's Retaliation  and other British Blues bands of that era, often at the Nag's Head in Battersea.  Also, visiting U.S. stars like Buddy Guy, Albert Collins, Freddy King and BB King.

Playing guitar in local groups which, amongst others, included Sound of St James and Krivoli Rog (which featured vocalist Paul Conroy who later became chairman of the Brit Awards). Krivoli Rog performed fake operations - with fake blood - on stage causing someone to faint at the New Malden Cricket Club Dance,
and were banned from the Greyhound pub in Redhill for letting off a smoke bomb.

While playing violin in a pizza restaurant in Streatham, one of the best British blues singers, Jo Ann Kelly, asks me to play on her album "Do It", which I was proud do do.

Rod Stewart/Jeff Beck drummer Micky  Waller forms a band which includes Tony Ashton and Don Weller and myself. There's also a memorable gig with Micky Waller and the Bill Blair Band at the Wimbledon Theatre, involving a "fake" Jeremy Spencer from Fleetwood Mac - long story! See Bob Brunning's book.

Playing guitar alongside violin with Shakey Vick's Blues Band, which includes bass player Alex Dmochowski, previously with Aynsley Dunbar's Retaliation and later with Frank Zappa. Alex and I were planning a band "Wavy Gravy" - which never materialises....A "Blues on the Farm" with Gary Brooker Band (vln) and a couple of gigs with Madeleine Bell at Ronnie Scott's (gtr). Current gigs with contemporary blues players include The Nigel Bagge Band and Mike Dowling (USA), Duck Baker (USA,) UK band “Mess of Blues” and Eric Ranzoni’s Blues band. Bob Brookes's Voodoo Kitchen and Miller Anderson. "Ain't Nothin' But Blues Bar" with Graham Hinton.

Mike Piggott with Gibson guitar

Listen to two of Mike's guitar tracks

Blue Jam

Red Sky

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Mike Piggott with guitar

3  Herbie Flowers Jazz Breakfast, Speigeltent, Brighton with Herbie Flowers, Nils Solberg, Peter Morgan and Malcolm Mortimore - The Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1GY  11am - 1pm
9  Private event London
11 Boisdale of Belgravia 15 Eccleston St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9LX     9 -11.15pm

22 Ivy Club, London with Joe Thompson Trio
24 The Fountain, The Village, Ashurst  with Tony Stone Band 1pm - 3pm (MP violin/guitar)
24  Naturist Foundation Jazz Festival with John Etheridge's Sweet Chorus - 8pm   
25 Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 2 - 5pm   Hot Club Jazz Trio 

25  Boisdale of Belgravia 15 Eccleston St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9LX    9 -11.15pm
26 The Three Horshoes The Pound, Harrow Road, Sevenoaks TN14 7LD 01959 532102 8pm (Sevenoaks Festival event) MP Trio

1 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT     1 - 3pm with Hot Club of Boisdale
7  Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 4-7pm   with Jason Henson Trio
12 - 15 Goodwood Festival of Speed - "Jazz Cafe" 5 piece Hot Club
21 Crazy Coqs, London "Hot Strings Review" Trio with Lauence Corns 11pm Details tba
26 Private event London
30 Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 2 - 5pm    Hot Club Jazz Trio 

3 Cafe Boheme 13 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JQ 020 7734 0623 3 - 6.30pm with Laurence Corns
4 Nigel Bagge Band - private event Crawley
5 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT     1 - 3pm with Hot Club of Boisdale
5 "Upstairs at Ronnie Scott's" 7.30 - 8.30pm with Laurence Corns (supporting Brass Volcanoes) £8/10
10 King's Arms 64 Bishopric, Horsham RH12 1QN 9 - 11pm with Nigel Bagge (Duo) (Blues +)
12 The Jolly Tanners, Handcross Rd, Staplefield, Haywards Heath RH17 6EF  01444 400335, 4 - 7pm with Nigel Bagge Band (Blues +)

15 Cafe Boheme 13 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JQ 020 7734 0623 3 - 6.30pm with Laurence Corns
16 Googlies Jazz Supper Club  Botany Bay Cricket Club, Enfield EN2 8AS  MP Guest soloist  
17 Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin St, Dalston, London E8 3DL 10pm with Laurence Corns Band - (After-show dance gig)
18 The Bedford 8 Station Rd, Horsham RH13 5EY 9 - 11pm with Tony Stone Band (Blues +)
19 Private event Richmond
20 Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 2 - 5pm     Hot Club Jazz Trio 
23 Oxo Tower Brasserie Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH 7-10.30pm with Laurence Corns
26 The Royal Sovereign 66 Preston St, Brighton BN1 2HE 4.30 - 7pm - Gypsy Jazz Trio
27 Rye International Jazz and Blues Festival, The Ship Inn 4 - 6pm with Nigel Bagge (Blues +)
28.29,30 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT  with Hot Club of Boisdale 9pm

1 Hartfield Village Fete - afternoon with Nigel Bagge Band
2 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT      1 - 3pm with Hot Club of Boisdale

11 George & Dragon, High Street Thames Ditton KT7 0RY with Don Cook Trio 8pm
13 Cafe Boheme 13 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JQ 020 7734 0623 3 - 6.30pm with Laurence Corns

19 Amersham Jazz Club with Bev Pegg's Railroad Skiffle Band details tba
24 Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 2 - 5pm  Hot Club Jazz Trio 

30 Eastbourne Jazz Festival Leaf Hall, Seaside Eastbourne BN22 7NB 4pm - 5.20pm "The Hot Club All Stars"

7  Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT   with Hot Club of Boisdale 1-3pm

8 Corn Exchange, Cambridge with Jacqui McShee and Friends - supporting Steeleye Span in concert
11 Private event London
13 Prov Paris House 21 Western Road, Hove BN3 1AF 01273 724195 4 - 7pm tbc
15 Hexagon Theatre Reading with Jacqui McShee and Friends - supporting Steeleye Span in concert
17 Liverpool Philharmonic with Jacqui McShee and Friends - supporting Steeleye Span in concert

30/31 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT  with Hot Club of Boisdale 9pm

3 Royal Oak  Ifield Green, Crawley RH11 0ND Ifield 8.30pm with Nigel Bagge Band (Blues +)
4 Herbie Flowers' Jazz Breakfast The Dome Brighton details tba
9 Private event London
10 Private event Crawley
11 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT   with Hot Club of Boisdale 1-3pm

15 The Bell, Ticehurst details tba
22 Private event London
25 The Hawth Jazz Lunch, The Hawth Theatre, Hawth Ave, Crawley RH10 6YZ  MP Hot Club Trio 12 - 2.30pm £21.95 incl Sunday Lunch

2 Boisdale - Cabot Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 4QT   with Hot Club of Boisdale 1-3pm

3 Epsom Playhouse 42 Ashley Ave, Epsom KT18 5AL  8pm MP/Nils Solberg Quintet 8pm


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