The trio (sax, keyboard, & double bass) will play their mix of easy listening background music for the guests in the National Trust’s Lyme Park Garden. Where else could be a better place to enjoy a summer evening?
The Swinging Bass Band has played a concert of Frank Sinatra, swing music and some entertaining jazz at the Charles Booth Centre, (formerly Thringstone Community Centre), Thringstone, Leicestershire.
It was a fantastic night! The band and the audience both enjoyed the evening. Then, the audience only let the band leave the stage after an encore or two!
The Swinging Bass Band playing their mix of Jazz, Swing and Frank Sinatra at The Charles Booth Centre (formerly Thringstone Community Centre), Leicestershire LE67 8NR.
Saturday 28th April at 8.00pm. £8.
Not to be missed!
Hear the band at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQRneWbD-eI
The Swinging Bass Trio from the larger Swinging Bass Band, has played at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Solihull, for a Rotary Club Dinner.
The trio played quiet background music and after the dinner we played more up tempo music. The guests really enjoyed the music, were full of praise and have invited the trio back!.
The Swinging Bass Band played in Brinton Park, Kidderminster as part of the Summer Bands in the Park Series of events.
We played lots of Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Jazz and Swing Music. A really enjoyable afternoon!
This was the last in our summer run of 8 performances at Upton House near Banbury, Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes, Lacock Abbey Wiltshire, and Packwood House near Solihull.
The Swinging Bass Trio played at the National Trust’s Packwood House, near Solihull, in late July for a social evening thanking the volunteers for their time and contributions. The trio, saxophone, keyboard & double bass, played background music which was tuneful, allowing the guests to chat and enjoy the evening.
The Swinging Bass Quartet has played at the Mill Arts centre, Banbury, for a 30th Wedding Anniversary. It was a fantastic event, the room was decorated, the guests were well catered for and in the party mood.
We played background music while the chatted and enjoyed the buffet, then the band stepped up a gear, the guests came onto the floor and we saw some fantastic dancing!
It was great to play at the National Trust’s Packwood House in the summer. A guest at that event has asked the trio to play for the Rotary Club evening.
The trio will play, as we always do, quiet background music allowing guests to meet, chat and enjoy the evening.
Looking forward to the evening!