Every Sunday we showcase some of the regions finest musicians during the afternoon, from 1.30pm and also in the evening at 8pm.
Timbertone / 1.30pm
Raphael Dufrense & Helen Jenner are Gypsy Jazz Guitar Vocals & Flute/Alto with Scicilian flavours & a kick of Blues
DAMNBUSTERS / 8pm
When this band first appeared the widely respected blues and RíníB
vocalist Kirris Riviere surprised some of his fans when he revealed a
nice line in Jump Blues, Swing and Jive. Driven along by Ev Newmanís classic Hammond
organ sound and Joe Allen's thwacking double bass, the Damn Busters are a real blast from the past.
Joanna Swan & Nick Pullen / 1.30pm
Exotic lounge versions of blues, R&B and pop classics.
CACHUELA / 8pm
Ivan Moreno's versatile percussion has added the zip to many a Bristol combo, so whether singer/guitarist Jose Flete heads for jazz, blues, swing or rumba you can bet Ivanís already there
Schmoozenbergs / 1.30pm
Gypsy Jazz & Swing guitarists duel like Django.
MOLLY & THE KINGS / 8pm
Molly is a vibrant singer with a beautiful silky tone and a natural talent for harmony. Her band performs slick and interesting arrangements of Jazz and Soul classics that gracefully compliment Mollyís unique soulful vocals, giving them a prominent and distinctive sound within the Bristol Jazz scene...
Anna Young / 1.30pm
Young has the courage to rely on little more than her voice and an
acoustic guitar. Her vocal delivery makes you think of Beth Orton. There
will always be a place in the musical landscape for artists like Anna
Young. Intimate. Inspired.Ē
BOXCAR JOE STROUZER / 8pm
harmonica player, blues shouter and guitar picker, Boxcar Joe Strouzer
sings songs of his travels from Newcastle to New Orleans and a hell of a
lot of places in between and, of course, gives the occasion impersonation of a freight train...
Balanca / 1.30pm
Cathy Jones and Tristram Cox bring some Latin American rhythms to Bristol with some sunny Samba
ORGAN3MAN / 8pm
Touring their imaginary 1st album, Organ3Man are a reinvented 60's organ funk combo playing some killer classics