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Added photos to Mudibu and The Jezebel Sextet - Celebrating Otis Redding.
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Mudibu and The Jezebel Sextet present the world’s funkiest celebration of the legendary SOUL MAN, Mister Otis Redding. Originally commissioned by Saint Paul Soul Jazz Festival (France) and subsequently touring across Europe, this year's show pairs the vocal talent of Burundian singer songwriter Mudibu with the authentic Stax sound of Hammond and horns from The Jezebel Sextet. The result is a truly uplifting show that is steeped in raw soul and hard 1960s funk, guaranteed to get you on the good foot.
'The Jezebel Sextet shine with their majestic horn section' – Emrys Baird, Blues & Soul
'Pure dynamite! these guys are one of the best funk soul bands in the world!' – DJ Healer Selecta
'Cool, slinky, and tight in all the right places' - Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show, BBC 6Music
'Pure unadulterated, funky soulful music born out of sheer love' - Rev Chunky
Mudibu​
Burundian singer songwriter Mudibu grew up with a heartfelt love of 1960s soul and RnB and voice to match. He's performed all over Europe and Africa his album Inzatsa (Fireflies) was released by Akazi records in 2015.
Jezebel Sextet
With over 10 years' experience on the live circuit, The Jezebel Sextet has toured with singers Sir Joe Quarterman, Rev Chunky, and Randa and the Soul Kingdom, played all over Europe, been broadcast on BBC 6 music, and appeared twice on London’s LBC radio. They appear on Freestyle Records’ Fresh Out The Box compilation and released their debut album Lift It Up in 2012 produced by Leigh Gracie.
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Added photos to The Boom Yeh.
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An intoxicating brew of funk, Afro-beat, jazz-rock, Latin, disco and psychedelia - The Boom Yeh are an original London based collective who’ve won international praise and critical acclaim, receiving the support of BBC6 Music, Jazz FM, Blues and Soul magazine as well as radio and club DJs far and wide.
"Explosive soulful jazz-infused funk. Simply awesome!" Time Out London
"Deep, pounding and highly stylised grooves. A thunderous London powerhouse of jazz, funk, rock and Afro-beat" Blues & Soul Magazine
"The Boom Yeh are groove heavyweights and I'm behind them 100%" Craig Charles, BBC Radio 6
Led by Guitarist/Composer Jon Speedy in collaboration with Saxophonist/Horn Arranger Ian Bailey - the current line-up features drummer Alessio Barelli, bass player Matteo Grassi, trombonist Nick Mills, baritone saxophonist Paul Silver and percussionist Kofi Karikari.
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Tickets £5 (entry only, please see below for class details), Doors 7pm, Classes from 7.30pm, Club 9.40pm
Cuban Hideaway is your weekly one stop Cuban fun and thrills night. You can learn and develop your skills in the art of dancing Cuban Salsa with some of London's most experienced, supportive and entertaining teachers.
There are 5 dedicated class levels a night, followed by a chance to show off those new moves to the beautiful Cuban dance floor mix of DJ Rich (one of the UK's leading Cuban specialist DJs).
Plus, get your ‘Cuban Fury’ on with our very special 2-4-1 happy hour offers on delicious Cuban cocktails till 9pm: Mojitos, Cuba Libre & Desperado beer.
Class Details
Casino (Cuban Salsa)
7.30 to 8.30pm Beginners Level 1 / Beginners Level 2 / Improvers Level 4
8.40 to 9.40pm Beginners Level 3 / Intermediate
Level 5
Club: 9.40pm to late with DJ Rich
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Added photos to Monday Night Jam Session and Jazz Workshop.
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Doors open 7pm, Workshop start - 7.30pm, price £10 per week for musicians, Free to audience
Jam Session from 9pm - Free
Hideaway now offers a weekly Jazz Workshop sponsored by the Dordogne Jazz Summer School, All abilities are welcome!
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An EFG London Jazz Festival debut for award winning jazz, soul and broken beat songstress Julie Dexter, a British vocalist considered by many to be one of the most influential female vocalists of our generation.
Having shared the spotlight with a host of cutting-edge artists, including Mint Condition, Jill Scott, Bilal, Omar, Loose Ends, Rachelle Ferrell, Lalah Hathaway, Ledisi and Eric Roberson to name a few, Julie not only holds up her own with them but has been praised and respected by them too.
From Jazz to World Music, Soul and beyond, Julie Dexter is one of an elite few whose talent can transcend genres. She makes it all work on her own terms, as an audaciously independent artist with an undeniable connection to her audience.
"Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Julie Dexter. Julie Dexter would gasp at the thought of her name being mentioned in the same breath as these musical icons, but she better get used to it." Rolling Out
“Her voice has plenty of range of elasticity, but unlike many of her peers, Dexter is much more inclined to get carried away by a lyric than by her own vocal stylings.” Washington Post
“Julie Dexter has long been an unheralded great.” Billboard
Joining Julie for this special London Jazz Festival show will be an ‘all star’ band featuring some of the UK’s finest jazz and soul musicians with Janette Mason (MD, keys), John Parricelli (guitar), Tom Mason (bass) and Jack Pollitt (drums).
Julie Dexter
Born and raised in Birmingham, England, this classically trained artist composes and arranges her own music. Influenced by legends such as Nancy Wilson, Abbey Lincoln, and Bob Marley, as well as popular icons Omar and Sade, Julie takes classic soul to the heart of Artistry.
Fans and critics across the globe have followed her journey through the circles of Jazz, Broken-Beat, Bossa-Nova, Reggae, Afro-Beat and Soul. Her dynamic voice was first heard in 1994 on "The Jamaican Beat" Vol 1 with Jazz Jamaica then later in 1997 on Dune Records' release of J-Life, a European Jazz quintet formed by Gary Crosby and led by Jason Yarde. She later toured several continents with Jazz legend Courtney Pine as the lead vocalist for his ensemble.
It was in 1999 that Julie took a leap of faith and moved to Atlanta, Georgia where she now resides. She launched her own label, Ketch A Vibe Records and in 2000 released the critically acclaimed EP Peace of Mind, followed by Dexterity (2002) , and Conscious (2005). Moon Bossa, a collaboration with Khari Simmons was released in 2007 and her single "Ketch A Vibe" was featured in national radio ads for Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Barack Obama.
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