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Upton Jazz 25/26June heading towards a sell-out..!

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Ist April is upon us, but we are not joking. There are less than 50 weekend tickets still available for the festival in June….so thanks to those who have shown their support for the future of the Jazz; and to those still thinking about it….yes, do get your skates on.

Malvern in March…lots going on…..the new Jazzosphere ??

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Worcestershire Jazz Jam : gives players and singers the chance to perform, backed by an experienced rhythm section. An evening’s entertainment for our stalwart band of listeners. The March Jam will be on Friday the 4th at 8pm and thence on the 1st Friday each month. West Malvern Social Club, 145 West Malvern Road, WR14 4AY. Entry… Read more

Blas : Jazz in Malvern Weds Dec 8th

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Third in a series of inspiring modern jazz concerts. Rachael Cohen, Deschanel Gordon, at Elmslie House on Wednesday 8th – doors open at 6.45pm. Details on https://www.jazzinmalvern.co.uk….just  a few tickets left, we hear.

Jazz Blues and Swing at Malvern Cube : 5th Dec and next year too

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The return of Malvern Jazz Blues and Swing gathers pace with growing numbers, a great atmosphere, and a full programme for the next few months. The regular sessions are held every first Sunday of the month, with the Malvern Big Band, vocalist Gary Rutter on Sunday 5th December – Rat Pack; Ellington; Basie; Miller – what’s not… Read more

Malvern Jazz, Blues and Swing : 7th November

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The return of Malvern Jazz gathers pace with a full programme for the next few months. The regular sessions are held every first Sunday of the month, with Tony Pipkin visiting on Sunday 7th November with his band ‘The Tailgate Ramblers. Their music is in the classic New Orleans style and they are a big draw for… Read more

Tribute to Keith Nichols

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Keith Nichols. Born Ilford in 1945. Died in London on the 20th January 2021. Keith was a marvellous pianist, singer, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and authority on vintage jazz. He was a delightfully funny presenter and mixed scholarship and wit in a singularly entertaining way. As a staunch friend of Upton Jazz he will be sorely missed…. Read more