All roads will take you there. The Roadhouse is a venue set in Birmingham who has a little bit of everything, turning out to be a real audience pleaser. Live music is the biggest treat in the menu every night of the week.
Leeds is the city where Adult Jazz four-piece was formed. The newcomers invested into creating an eclectic style that came out drowned in intensity, shine, and harmony. Proof of that is their debut album “Gist Is” whose critics have savoured and favoured.
North East of England’s Sage Gateshead has embraced a really important position in the music industry, the role of filling in, inspiring and teaching a whole new generation of musicians.
Manchester still is the epicentre of many exciting updates from the British music scene. One of the settings to be explored, and which has accomplished recent recognizement, is Matt & Phred’s. The music venue is one of those clubs truly committed with promoting live jazz performances.
Moved by the passion for jazz, The Yardbird has been promoting the genre since 2007. Birmingham’s club was built on the basis of this musical style’s world representations.
The team responsible for Moseley Folk Festival and mostly jazz, funk and soul, has created the Lunar Festival. Held at the Umberslade Estate in Tanworth, Arden, it returned from 6 to 8th of June, with many concerts and other familiar-friendly activities in pursue of entertaining all the festival-goers.
She has been named one the most outstanding jazz discoveries in years. It hasn’t passed much time since the release of Zara McFarlane’s first album and the singer has already accomplished critical acclaim unlike anyone who recently made his/her way into that universe.
Polar Bear is an experimental jazz group trying to merge as much harmonious genres in one as possible. Distinguished with the “Best Band” award, at BBC Jazz Award 2004, many other accolades followed for the British collective. Polar Bear embraced the marriage of different worlds of music and it seems they have created a new melodic hybrid.
Offering a broad programme of jazz, spoken word, classical, folk and contemporary music, among many other artistic displays, Kings Place has been there in all the right moments and has created a few great opportunities in the business. After all this time, it keeps showing other venues how it’s done.