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An Evening with the Georgia Ramblers Jazz Band

Please note this will take place at WESTBURY MANOR MUSEUM

The Georgia Ramblers are an established band who have been working together for over twenty years. They play a Dixieland / Traditional brand of lively, toe tapping Jazz in the style of the small groups of the 1920s & 30s. Their repertoire ranges through Ragtime, jazz classics, standard tunes, The Great American Songbook & some more unusual material, mainly from the period 1900-1940. No Pop, no Rock, just swinging jazz, the good old songs of yesteryear from ballads through to hot stomps. Come and enjoy this fantastic local 4 piece band in a unique and intimate setting.

Doors open at 7pm.

  • An Evening with the Georgia Ramblers Jazz Band

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