BLAYDON JAZZ CLUB at The Black Bull, Blaydon

Concerts are monthly on a Sunday evening - 8pm to 10.30pm.
The jazz club is at The Black Bull, a lovely traditional style pub which has a nice, intimate music room.
Address - Bridge Street, Blaydon NE21 4JJ
Tel. 0191 - 4142846.
It is on the western outskirts of Blaydon on the right hand side of the road as you head west towards Stella and Ryton, on the B6317.

Parking - there is limited parking in front of the pub but there is also space down the lane which runs off to the left leading down to Sheridan Design. Its not readily visible from the main road but see map (pub in red). People tend to park down the side, two wheels on the footpath, and this accommodates quite a few cars. Also there is space for cars on the opposite side of the B6317 in Fountain Lane.

Here is a link to The Black Bull's own website. Check out the range of activities and live music on offer together with the perfectly kept ale. Just click on the purple text below.

THE BLACK BULL, BLAYDON

The club's general jazz style policy could be described as mid period jazz, from 1930s swing through to 1950/60s hard bop styles. Accessible and melodic jazz based mostly on The Great American Songbook repertoire of composers such as Berlin, Gershwin, Porter, Ellington, Rogers & Hart, Kern, Van Heusen, Arlen, Jobim, etc.
There are other excellent local venues featuring regular traditional jazz as well as contemporary styles. We see our niche as in the middle ground. To find out more about our past (we started in 1984) together with some nice photos do visit 'Blaydon Jazz Club Biog. and Gallery' via the home page.

BELOW ARE OUR 2018 CONCERTS - FULLER DETAILS TO FOLLOW SOON.

Sunday 18th March 8pm Zoe Gilby Quartet (Zoe Gilby vocals, Mark Williams gtr, Andy Champion bass, Russ Morgan drms)
Sunday 15th Apr 8pm Giles Strong Quartet (Giles Strong gtr, Roly Veitch gtr, Ian Paterson bass, Adam Sinclair drms)
Sunday 20th May 8pm TBA
Sunday 17th June 8pm Mark Williams - Joel Byrne-McCullough Jazz Guitar Duo
July - date/time TBA - Colin Aitchison & Friends

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