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SPATS LANGHAM HOT FINGERS
Wednesday 25 July 2018, From 8.15pm

SPATS LANGHAM HOT FINGERS

Member ticket only - £12
Non-members ticket only– £17
Members dining + ticket– £40
Non-members dining + ticket– £45

Jazz at its very best

Over 18s only

Doors Open 7pm

1st Set 8.15pm
2nd Set 9.45pm
Close 10.45pm

HOT FINGERS welcomes you to an eclectic mix of vintage acoustic music. We visit the red hot jazz of 1920’s New York and sophisticated 1930’s Swing.

We re-create the ‘French Coffee House’ sound of the king of gypsy swing Django Reinhardt, the blues guitars of Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson, and the syncopated Latin rhythms of Argentinean Oscar Aleman.

These multi-instrumentalists can then transport you to the nightclubs of 1920’s New York and London, playing hot dance music and jazz.

This is mixed with vocals from the song-writing greats, crooners such as Bing Crosby and Al Bowlly, and hokem from the likes of Cliff ‘Ukulele Ike’ Edwards. 

From Jump-Jive to swing, from the Charleston to Bossa-Nova, Hot Finger’s wide range of styles and rhythms makes them popular with both sit-down audiences and dancers alike.

Although just a trio, the band can be seen removing two guitars, a double bass, a banjo, a mandolin, a ukulele, a clarinet, a tuba, a bass clarinet, and a pair of castanets from the band van. Hot Fingers are proud to play acoustic instruments without amplification for a truly authentic sound whenever possible.

A regular addition to Hot Fingers, Emily Campbell adds a touch of class with her plaintive vocals, drawing inspiration from the likes of Peggy Lee and Ella Fitzgerald.

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