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The Pockets – Sunday January 19th, 2020

To get a little taste of what we had for Brunch this Sunday at the Brisbane Jazz Club, listen to The Three Sirens in ‘Oh Brother, Where For Art Thou?’. And then listen to some classic Andrews Sisters harmonies.
And that is just a little of what was on the menu today. For this was a Variety Show. A Showcase of styles and arrangements. All expertly crafted by the combined talents of four great musicians, The Pockets, who are, (L to…

The Best of Men About Town. Saturday January 11th, 2020

Lock up your grannies. ‘Men About Town’ are at the Brisbane Jazz Club tonight, to celebrate five fun years as ‘the jazziest, snazziest guys around’.
The three wise-cracking, crooning mates, Alan Western, Peter Vance and Duncan Read, settled comfortably on to our stage, to share a night of their favourite songs with a very enthusiastic BJC audience. The audience had come primed and ready to dance and sing along. They were not disappointed.
Providing the perfect foundation for these three amigos, were the tight and bright, FourTunes Quartet, with Rockin’ Red Lopez at the keys, ‘El Shauno’ Shaun…

The Gypsy Clovers. Friday December 20th, 2019

Ah, bejaysus and begorrah!!
Irish eyes or not, if you were at the Brisbane Jazz Club tonight, you were certainly smiling…as we temporarily relocated from the Brisbane River to the banks of the Liffey, the river that runs through the heart of Dublin.
Up from northern New South Wales, the five-piece Gypsy Clovers were in town to give us a ceilidh.
What a band. And what a night it was!!
Riverdancing, foot-tapping, Celtic Rock.
Defining and driving the Gypsy Clovers’ sound and style, are lead…

Aaron West presents The Blues. Saturday January 4th, 2020

Open the doors. Open the bar.  Turn down the lights. Turn up the cooool.
Roll out the Good Times.
Get ready for a night of classic Blues…from a band of Brisbane’s best players.
Aaron West led the way with his rack-full of guitars, including a Telecaster, a baritone-tuned Stratocaster, a Coodercaster, (named for Ry) and an acoustic.
He provided much of the lead guitar and vocal across the night, but surprised us by switching to the drums for the Huey Lewis number, ‘Bad Is…