JazzMain - Jazz Band - Scotland

JazzMain - Jazz Band | Scotland

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Scotland
Performs: Worldwide
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Jazz quartet playing a wide range of music from the American song book through to soul and funk. We are versatile and easy to work with. We play cocktail jazzz, functions and performance/festival gigs.
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We are a four piece band (we can add a singer if required that plays a large selection of music from standards right through to 70s and 80s music. Our line up is sax, piano, bass and drums. We have been working as a unit for about 12 years and have played numerous corporate, performance, function and wedding gigs. We have about 600 tunes in our repertoire and are all good readers. We pride ourselves on having a professional and businesslike approach and work with our clients closely to ensure we deliver a quality performance that matches client needs.

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