The Northwick Arms in Ketton welcomes you to an evening of gipsy jazz on Saturday.
Café Manouche features Matt Kerry, guitar; Jonny Kerry, accordion, trumpet, vocals; Christian Hamblin, double bass and the sultry vocals of Natalia Douglas. The group is quickly making a name for itself and is notorious for playing music with endless new passion, grace and a maturity that is often lost in this style today.
It takes its influence from Django Reinhardt and gipsy styles that originated in Europe.
With sweet accordion and fiery guitars these talented, East Midlands-based musicians perform an eclectic mix of styles ranging from the sounds of the swinging 1930s’ and the Waltz-Musette of Parisian dance halls, to Latin Bossa Nova, traditional gypsy songs and the slick, up tempo sound of 1950s’ Be-Bop.
The concert starts at 8pm and tickets £8 from 01780 720521. http://kettonshowtime.blogspot.co.uk