Events & Links

Club Member, Sally Sear, compiles a list of jazz venues, mostly local, which is regularly updated and is available HERE.
And Gosport Gosport Jazz Club is now on Facebook 

Listen to:
Havant-based Angel Radio, ‘The Home of Pure Nostalgia’, on 98.6FM (next to Radio 2) , on DAB around the UK and on line via the Website
Many of us remember Chris Walker’s jazz programme on Radio Solent.
Chris will recommence these on Sunday 21 November (2021) on Angel Radio at 10pm.  The programme will be repeated at 4pm every Monday afternoon.
It’s understood that the first few programmes will be devoted to his A-Z of jazz, and future programmes will include interviews with some famous (and infamous?) jazz musicians, so it’s worth a listen!

Club members Brenda & John Bugg now have their own YouTube channel and View Pageare happy to share it with other members. To access it and jazz related offerings just enter ‘brenda bugg’ in YouTube in your browser 

Other Jazz Clubs (mainly in the south):

Chris Newman has provided a useful list of regular monthly local Gigs which you can download as  Microsoft Word or Adobe Portable Format Document

Southampton Jazz Club website

Chichester Jazz Club website

Portsmouth Guildhall events website

Eastleigh – Concorde Club

Sarisbury Green, Nr Southampton – Jazz on the Green

Amersham Jazz Club website

Berkhamsted Jazz Club website

Bournemouth Bluebird Jazz Club website

Bristol – Warmley Jazz Club website

Bude Jazz Club website

Colchester Jazz Club website 

Croydon – Sylvie’s Place website

Dove Holes (Derbyshire) website

Enfield – Botany Bay Jazz Club

Farnborough Jazz Club website

Hastings – 1066 Jazz Club

Kendal Jazz Club website

Rochester (Kent) – 144 Club

Runnymede Jazz Club website

Sidcup Jazz Club website

Steyning, West Sussex website

Watford – Pump House Jazz Club website

Witham, Essex – Wickham Bishops Jazz Club website 

Other Jazz Clubs in the South of England

Listen to:
Havant-based Angel Radio, ‘The Home of Pure Nostalgia’, on 89.3FM (next to Radio 2) on DAB around the UK or on line via the website

Or for nostalgia look at Pompey Pop – popular music in Portsmouth between 1944 & 1969 – you might be mentioned!
On a similar theme there’s also Michael Cooper’s Popular Portsmouth Music Scene website. 

Or SEARCH for Jazz Clubs in the rest of the UK or all over the World.

Or look at Where Can We Go for events wherever you are.

Jazz North West promotes jazz in the Northwest of the UK – see links on that website to other clubs in the UK.

The Club’s Band Bookings Secretary, Chris Newman’s, Georgia Ramblers can be hired for your event  – for details see the Flyer or email,
tel: 023 9269 3988 or mobile: 07790 987209, or 22 Vernon Road, Portsmouth, PO3 5DS.
Chris is also available as a jazz piano soloist.

Julie Horton is a local Jazz Singer –  call 07966 459188.

Details of future events at Chichester University can be obtained from their website as can those at Chichester Festival Theatre.

Similarly for Southampton University at the Turner Sims venue. 

Joe Croll, who ran the New Yellow Dog Jazz Club in Chandler’s Ford until 2021, and Dave Stradwick’s Sussex Jazz Kings each year promoted a Jazz Boat cruise from Southampton to Cowes on the Isle of Wight and back.  In 2017 it was on Sunday 16 July and several members of Gosport Jazz Club joined it.  The Sussex Jazz Kings perform whilst the boat is sailing to and from Cowes and there is also a brolly parade on arrival in Cowes.  Here are a selection of photos from the 2017 cruise:

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