Nottingham Rhythm Club.........
Jazz For Listening And Dancing since 1941!!!

The longest-running jazz club of its type in the country and still providing a varied programme of the best British, European and American traditional jazz for an enthusiastic and friendly audience. 
 
8.00-10.30PM DOORS OPEN AT 7.00PM

£9.00 - members £8.00

Our comfortable venue at
The Stadium Leisure Snooker Club,
Nottingham Road, Basford,
Nottingham NG5 1EG

Forthcoming Gig List:

All events will be held at the Stadium Leisure Club

2015

As so many of us are otherwise occupied during the school holiday period, we take a bit of a break for a few weeks

September 25th - Paul Harrison and Kevin Grenfell Quintet
Lunch time session (12.30-3.00 pm)
We start the new season with a smaller group for our first lunchtime session, slightly unusual as the two piece front line has no trumpet, on the other hand maybe Kevin Grenfell might occasionally lay down his trombone and change to trumpet.
Paul Harrison lives in Denmark so we have to grab him while he is over here and this time he gets together with regular favourite Kevin Grenfell to lead the band.
Nice to have a piano on stage, Phil Nice in this case and together with Pete Williams on bass and a drummer we haven’t seen for a while, Jack Cotterill.
The lunchtime sessions are proving quite popular, not surprising perhaps when you can hear a band like this for a fiver and with the excellent menu available what’s not to come out for?

October 1st - Doc Houlind's Revival All Stars from Denmark
For those of us who really enjoy the so called New Orleans Revival style of jazz we are in for a treat. A simple, melodic style, not too many notes with emphasis on ensemble playing.
Doc Houlind’s band, renowned in Denmark are masters of this style. We are lucky to be able to include our club in the band’s UK tour.
The personnel may be unknown to you at present but I guarantee they won’t be after you hear them. Doc, real name Soren, leads on trumpet with Jesper Capion Larsen on clarinet and Peter Goetz on trombone making up the front line.
In the engine room Lis Kroyer is on piano, Ebbe Kjaersgard on banjo, Holden Fogh on bass and Didier Geers on drums.
This will be our first evening session of the season and for a mixture of excitement in the faster numbers and passion in the slower ones, this one will be hard to beat.The high spot of the year.

October 15th - Peter Frank’s Dixieland All Stars
Annual Dinner and Dance

November 5th - George Huxley’s All Star Jazz Band

November 26th - Chris Pearce’s Frenchman Street Jazz Band

December 17th - Christmas party with Richard Exall's Shooting Stars

Forthcoming attractions for 2016 include

January 14th – Washington Whirligig
February 4th – Millennium Eagle Jazz Band
February 25th – Phoenix Jazz Band
March 17th – John Burgess Jelly Bean Jazz Band
April 7th – New Orleans Z’hulus

April 28th - Magnificent 7 Jazz Band
May 19th - Jeff Barnhart (band TBA)