The Keith Little Quartet performs the best in jazz from the Swing era, recalling the days of Benny Goodman, Count Basie and ‘Fats’ Waller to name a few. Expect an exhilarating night of Jazz and Swing from the 1930s, 40s, and beyond.
An evening that will treat you to a fantastic selection of great music. Keith Little was first introduced to jazz at age 14 by his father Don, a fine pianist in his own right. After many years on the road throughout Europe and the UK, Keith returned home to lead one South Wales top bands; Keith Little Hot Six and later Keith Little Band. Stalwarts on the jazz scene, performing at many Festivals; Brecon, Bude, Keswick to name a few. He is still a fixture, thrilling audiences with his unique jazz touch, and stunning boogie-woogie piano stylings.
Gethin Liddington is a popular presence on the jazz scene in South Wales and beyond. He’s a highly versatile musician who has played across a variety of jazz genres, has been a featured soloist with the Capital City Jazz Orchestra and here will pay tribute to the swing era. Don ‘donnie joe’ Sweeney is a highly active and in demand Guitarist, Singer, and Double Bassist specialising in Swing and mainstream Jazz. His driving style and inspirational solos are a joy to hear.