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Cat Una (Album Launch)
Cat Una has blossomed from a humble solo acoustic singer-songwriter into a mature act, adding new members to her band that have each perfected their instruments thus giving her live shows a new depth and excitement. "CAT has a voice that will sing you to sleep and then stab you in the heart”…”
The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys
After selling out The Blue Note NYC and going viral with their rendition of the Game Of Thrones Theme, we are extremely proud to announce that The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys are playing the Domino Club as part of their European Tour.
This electrifying and authentic group of young musicians play traditional jazz, blues, vaudeville, original music, and many other New Orleans-derived styles.
Their sound is enormously accessible. These passionate jazz musicians transform the room into a hot 1910s New Orleans speakeasy. With the Louis Armstrong-sounding, soulful and sweet James Williams leading the drove, the New Orleans Swamp Donkeys bring a remarkably diverse appearance and truly authentic sound to every stage.
Nick Pride & The Pimptones
The Pimptones’ return to the Domino with their floor-filling big breaks and heavy grooves.
A funk/jazz/soul band based in Newcastle upon Tyne, formed in 2007 by guitarist, composer and arranger Nick Pride. Their record label Record Kicks describes them as "a deep funk / jazz-dance outfit playing original material in the style of The Meters, JTQ and Charlie Hunter."
The Devils Jukebox
A night of 1920's and 1930's hokum from Leeds finest - check out the website at devilsjukebox.co.uk
Back once again to take over the Domino,
We love the reception we receive at this epic local gig,
Get yourselves down and bring your mates with you as we can guarantee The Domino Club always goes off!!
The James Banner Trio Feat. Will Howard play Duke Ellington
James Banner is a bass player and educator based in Berlin and Leeds, regularly appearing at venues across Europe and working with a variety of ensembles. As a composer he has worked on projects which have gained support from PRS Foundation, Initiative Musik and the Berlin University of the Arts.
The Martin Connor Quintet
Martin has a unique & recognisable voice which ranges from tremendous power to the prettiest croon. Widely recognised as one of the best male singers to have come out of Manchester, he's a natural entertainer and we can't wait to welcome him here.
The Ben Powling Trio
Ben Powling Trio explores Ben’s original compositions as well as 60s deep cuts by Yusef Lateef, Elvin Jones and Joe Henderson
Ben Powling - tenor sax
Sam Quintana - double bass
Steve Hanley - drums
John Settle on vibes, Al Morrison on guitar, Bob Birch on Hammond organ and Joe England on drums.
Jazz, blues, funk and Latin paying homage to Milt Jackson, Wes Montgomery, John Patton, Bobby Hutcherson, Jimmy Smith, George Benson. A showcase for this rarely heard group instrumentation.
James Brown is Annie
Purveyors of whipped up, calorie-laden, full-fat funk, James Brown Is Annie are the modern day Scottish extension of Caledonian R'N'B legends Average White Band: smooth, soulful and uber-slick. Renowned for their tight, dynamic, groove-laden live shows, the sextet regularly sell-out shows across the country; adaptable to playing festivals, seated jazz clubs and sweaty nightclubs alike.
Nu Popes combine funk, blues and soul with pure talent and endless energy to create an uncompromising live show that never fails to get the people moving.
This rambunctious groove collective boast heavy horns, funktastic bass, driving Hammond, guitar shreddery and soulful vocal!