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Rod Stewart support slot for Sonny's Jazz Band!

Published: 9 Jun 11, 05:55pm  |  Author: DG Music

Rod Stewart with Sonny Monk Society Jazz Band
The Sonny Monk Society Jazz Band have just completed a five date tour supporting pop legend Rod Stewart.

The Sonny Monk Society Jazz Band were proud to be chosen as the main support act for Rod Stewart on five dates in early June 2011. The tour took them right across the UK at 20,000 seater stadium venues including Newbury Racecourse, Elland Road Stadium (Leeds), Liberty Stadium (Swansea), Pittodrie Stadium (Aberdeen) and Carrow Road Stadium (Norwich).

The band played two sets on the main stage prior to Rod going on with his band. Brian Stout, bass player in the band said, "It was a great experience and a pleasure to support Rod." Andrew Wyke in the production team said, "the boys did a fantastic job ... and were thoroughly professional throughout."

Click here to view a high-res picture of the band with Rod Stewart.

The Sonny Monk Society Jazz Band are based in Leicestershire and Rutland and have been performing in the area for nearly 30 years. They are a 6 piece band playing in the Traditional or Dixieland jazz style from New Orleans. 

The band have a busy schedule ahead this Summer with lots of private bookings at weddings and garden parties in the area. For more info on the band visit their profile page here.


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