LND – 30TH OCTOBER 2011: BACK TO THE SWING ERA WITH JAMES LANGTON

The joint is jumpin’! Step right into the swing era with James Langton & his fabulous SOLID SENDERS ORCHESTRA, recreating at Ronnie Scott’s of London the best of big band swing including original charts from Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Duke Ellington & Jimmie Lunceford. James is joined by award-winning clarinetist Mark Crooks and superb vocal stylist Louise Cookman. Don’t miss it!
James Langton is internationally renowned as a re-creator of the Big Band Swing sound. His bands, their concerts and the recordings he produces (both live and in studio,) cover works from the jazz and dance bands of the early 1930s to the classic Capitol recordings of the 1950s. His various orchestras have played arrangements recreated from the original scores and also from James’ own transcriptions from recordings.

James Langton continues to perform with his Swing Orchestras, as well as researching and writing on the Swing Era and its music. He has collaborated often, researching, writing commissioned music, performing concerts and special events and writing articles and essays. He brings not only his knowledge and experience but also passion, commitment and perfectionism to each project.
Featuring:
James Langton’s Solid Senders with Special Guest Mark Crooks
Date:
Sunday 30th October
Ticket Prices:
£15.00 – £25.00
Doors open time
First House
18:00
Date:
Sunday 30th October
Ticket Prices:
£15.00 – £25.00
Doors open time
First House
18:00
Address

47 Frith Street

Soho
London
W1D 4HT

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