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Three Guitarists and Belly Dancer Walk into a Bar...

The Jazz Club likes to mix things up – and they’re certainly doing that tonight, combining gypsy jazz with a fabulous belly dancing performance.

The best live music venue in town is conjuring up some real retro hedonistic glamour as Sebastian Adnot, Takeshi Yamouchi and Jeff Sleeman will deliver classic and gypsy jazz as well as stripped-back acoustic guitar, before Khmer belly dancer Jasmine takes the bohemian vibes up a notch with her hypnotic moves. 50 more words


Gypsy Music arrives in Maplewood

Born over a century ago in Belgium, a Romani gypsy named Django Reinhardt took an American art form and turned it on it’s ear. Touted as the first European jazz master, Reinhardt pioneered a blend of American jazz and gypsy campfire music, and rose to fame in pre-war Paris with his… 320 more words


Swingatto gig at Cafe Barcelona, Streatham, Friday 12th May 2017

Swingatto gypsy jazz band – Jon Miyawaki (guitar), Alan Gibson (bass), and me on clarinet – will be playing at Cafe Barcelona in Streatham on Friday 12th May. 12 more words

New Album

Django Reinhardt: Coming Soon to a Théâtre Near You

I don’t know about you other dads, but I love me some gypsy jazz. There are a some fantastic places to tuck in and enjoy a little “Manouche” as it’s known here in Paris. 128 more words


On April 20th Daisy Castro Quartet plays Fiery Gypsy Jazz in York, PA

The Daisy Castro Quartet will bring fiery Gypsy Jazz music to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York on Thursday April 20th at 7:30 pm during a concert sponsored by the Susquehanna Folk Music Society and Songside.com. 1,562 more words

Susquehanna Folk Music Society

Jazz Is Alive And Well In Paris

Paris and jazz have long enjoyed a love affair.  The city remains a top destination for local and American artists and boasts a lineup of clubs and nightly acts that often rival New York City.   796 more words

Yellow Flat Paris

Django Reinhardt | Lady Be Good

Song: Oh, Lady Be Good (Gershwin) Released/Recorded: 1937 Django Reinhardt (lead guitar); Joseph Reinhardt (rhythm guitar); Stephane Grappelli (violin); Louis Vola (bass)

Django recorded this Gershwin classic a few times in his career and from what I can find out, the one I’m looking at in this post is from a recording released in 1937.   599 more words