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The Reverend Chunky Times
Back again we have the Reverend for his Bi weekly residency. Expect a gospel-infused set with Cleve ‘Chunky Butt Funky’ Freckleton’s distinct voice and musical interpretations of classic tunes.
The Ben Playford Trio
Ben Playford and his trio evoke the output of the Nat King Cole Trio, Mose Allison and the small ensemble work of Diana Krall. Although their repertoire includes many well-known and well-loved jazz and blues standards, it also includes many tunes that are seldom heard on the bandstand today. With fresh arrangements, riveting improvisational interplay and modern influences this trio’s got a little something for everyone.
Jazz Club - Nat Birchall
First up for Jazz Club (Live) we have the Nat Birchall Quartet.
Those who know will realise what a big deal this is, as Nat doesn’t play live that often. For those who don’t know just have a glance at the previous sentence, and then consider yourself in the know.
The Mabgate Organ Trio
The Mabgate organ trio hark back to the days of the Jazz standard. Drawing repertoire from ever expanding real books and using the largely unheard trio of Organ, Guitar and Drums this group is carving their own path in the world of Jazz.
Hyde Park Brass
Hyde Park Brass was born on the streets of Leeds. Combining elements of New Orleans, hip-hop and brass this lot play in a way you’ve never seen before. 2018 saw the release of their debut album which has firmly established them as heavy hitters on the up and coming brass scene in the UK. Creating raw and raucous landscapes the album reflects the journey the band has been on as it gigged throughout the north of England perfecting and fine tuning their unique sound. Building a following across the UK and beyond, Hyde Park Brass continue to chart new territory for what it means to be a brass band.
ALLCAPS are a 7-piece band bringing Jazz Language and merging it with the strong backbeat of hip-hop. They pride themselves on writing original music, written by Patrick Martin and Helena Debono. This original music has taken inspiration far and wide, with influences ranging from Takuya Kuroda, Josè James and Robert Glasper.
ALLCAPS have created their own distinctive and unique sound.
Dan Burnett is a powerful force in the world of blues and soul music. It’s in his blood. He was spoon-fed blues, soul, funk, and rock music from an early age by his parents. Dan was nominated as a finalist in The British Blues Awards 2015 & 2016, and endorses Kawai Pianos internationally, as well as working alongside Roland for their piano products.
The Sugar Rays
Featuring some of the city's best musicians The Sugar Rays create an improvised funky, soulful, jazzy and dubbed out set that is ever changing and unique to the Domino Club.if you've ever witnessed a Saturday night at the club you will understand why it's hard to put these guys into a pigeon hole.
Jacob Savage Presents
Each Sunday our resident pianist, Jacob is joined by a guest musician. With a cocktail in hand it's the perfect end to the week here at The Domino.
The Ed Allen Trio
Ed Allen and his boys play some of their favourite standards from the likes of Bill Evans, Grant Green and Duke Ellington. Perfect for a relaxing start to the evening.
Alligator Gumbo, are an exciting and energetic band inspired by the sights and sounds of New Orleans jazz and blues! Performing extensively around the UK since 2011, the band continues to wow audiences far and wide with their good-natured mix of foot-stomping rhythms and toe-tapping tunes, and big brassy breaks.
The Blu Flames
The Blu Flames are a collective of musicians from the Leeds music scene. Fronted by the energetic and charismatic Jermaine Peterson (vocals and Steel Pan), they fuse different musical styles from Reggae to Funk and Soul to provide a set of meaningful originals and interpreted covers that are guaranteed to keep your feet moving all night.
Alice Kim + Konl
Heavy duty Funk n Fun from New Position's Alice Kim + Konl.
These guys are going it alone and bringing some of the coolest grooves around with a wicked funky edge. You wear your steel caps and we'll bring the grease.
After a busy summer touring far and wide, 8 piece funk and soul band Mamilah are returning to The Domino for one of their last gigs of the year.
Mamilah were formed upon a common interest of reigniting that old soul feel into the modern world.
Expect fiery hooks and horns with a sprinkle of female energy. If you've found your dancing shoes have been gathering dust lately- Mamilah are here to shake them free, come join in their quest for soul ridden sounds.
The Domino Funk & Soul Band
A collection of the best musicians around, these guys have played with them all from Amy Winehouse to Jamiroquai.
They'll be playing late into the night and bringing all the funk you can handle, as their name suggests, there is only one place to catch them.
Jacob Savage Presents
Switching things around this week with Jacob playing on the Tuesday instead of his normal Sunday. Jacob is a master on the piano and each week he brings a guest musician to share the stage with him.
The boys are back for another night of fun with all the brass you can handle and a whole lot more. They're a firm favourite at The Dom and always blow the roof off the place when they play, if you've not seen them yet you're in for a real treat
The Sugar Rays
Playing late into the night and keeping the party going we've the Mighty Sugar Rays, our original house band. You can expect funked up covers of all your favourite tracks with the electrifying Parriss commanding the stage.
The Sunday Blues - Victor Brox
Manchester born blues legend Victor Brox is probably one of the most underrated champions of the British Blues scene and its unsung hero. This may well have been because he has refused to be pigeon-holed into any single category and has produced an eclectic style which often defied analysis. What cannot be disputed is his excellent singing voice, musical virtuosity and total eccentricity. He was described by Jimi Hendrix and Tina Turner as their favourite white blues singer. He is without doubt a national treasure.
Jeff Hewer & Rebecca Frodsham
Jeff and Rebecca have joined up to create an exciting vocal and guitar duo that exudes swing and style; paying homage to such greats as Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald.
Expect to hear swinging standards and jazz classics, presented in a mellow, intimate fashion.
The Domino Big Band
Join The Domino Big Band for their monthly residency at The Domino Club with classic tunes from the likes of Buddy Rich and Count Basie.
You can expect an authentic recreation of the iconic sound of the early jazz masters along with some modern twists from some of the best young and upcoming musicians on the Leeds jazz scene.
Rhythm: Joshua Smout (Drums), Fergus Quill (Bass), Joe Boyes (Keys)
Brass: Ciaran Diston, Dan Coulthurst (Trumpets), Tom I’Anson (Trombone)
Saxes/Woodwinds: Daniel Brunskill, Rose Sharp, Jasmine Whalley
Back for their monthly residency, this one is for the Blue Note Label fans.
Born out of a love for the golden era of recorded jazz, this sax and guitar led quintet takes a crate dig through the Blue Note Records back catalogue. Expect heavy swing and Latin tunes from Horace Silver, Hank Mobley, Grant Green, and Clifford Jordan.