Delight in a triple treat of traditional jazz with some of the best musicians in the district for an afternoon of rip-roaring fun, not in New Orleans but in Moruya!
Enjoy an afternoon of song and dance at Eurobodalla Live Music’s monthly concert on Sunday, August 12, with the Jazz Alley Quartet, Peter Dean & Friends and Tracey Stewart & The Tuna Free Dolphins.
Jump with the sounds of hot jazz with the fabulous Bev Banjo Long on banjo, vocals and tap dance; Bob Porter on clarinet, saxophone and vocals; Andy Bone Ford on trombone and trumpet; and Stewie String Bass Long on tea chest bass.
A consummate entertainer, Peter Dean knows how to wow the audience with his repartee, singing, compelling blues harmonica and his band of talented musicians.
A versatile vocalist, Tracey Stewart has worked with a variety of bands, singing everything from musical theatre and rock and roll to jazz and blues. In this concert, she presents a selection of jazz standards that are great for dancing, with Stafford Ray on guitar, Robert Brooks on bass, Barny Barnbrook on keys, Jeff Holley on saxophone and John Roche on drums.
Concert from 12.30pm-3.30pm at Moruya Golf Club.
Tickets at the door.