Swing from Paris

We are 'Swing from Paris', bringing you the sounds of a chic Parisian café and the French jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Expect music by Edith Piaf, Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington and more - stylish gypsy jazz and vintage swing, with violin, guitars and double bass.
Bistrot Coco, Cheltenham on Monday, 11th May

Bistrot Coco, Cheltenham on Monday, 11th May

Some of the best French cuisine and the one of the most welcoming atmosphere’s to be found in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire – and it’s the perfect place for Parisian swing! Join us at Bistrot Coco for a memorable evening out.
Pershore Jazz Festival on Saturday, 22nd August

Pershore Jazz Festival on Saturday, 22nd August

Pershore Jazz Festival has grown into an established part of the jazz scene in the UK – and in 2015 will run from 21-23 August. With all performances taking place at Pershore College, it’s easy to absorb yourself in a whole weekend of great music. We’ll be there on 22...
Footage from Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Footage from Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Whilst at Cheltenham Jazz Festival with our gypsy jazz and French swing we were fortunate enough to be asked to perform for some exclusive online footage for Westons cider – take a look.
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Album launch at Rise Cheltenham, on Saturday, 25th April

Album launch at Rise Cheltenham, on Saturday, 25th April

The new album is now in production, and to celebrate we’ll be launching it at Rise Records in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire as part of Cheltenham Jazz Festival’s Fringe lineup. From 2pm on Saturday 25th April we’ll be playing a selection of tunes from the album, which we’ve named ‘Webster’ after the recording machine Django Reinhardt bought...
The Daffodil, Cheltenham on Saturday, 30th May

The Daffodil, Cheltenham on Saturday, 30th May

As well as being one of the finest restaurants in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, The Daffodil features a very strong jazz programme, and we’ll be there for the lunchtime session on the 30th May. It’s worth a visit if only to see the place – an old art-deco style converted cinema, with film projectors still in place!...