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Blue Note Jazz Trio from £565

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If a smooth atmosphere is what you're looking for, this London based Jazz trio is sure to deliver! The Blue Note Trio boys are perfect for any drinks reception, formal event or private party.

Authentic Jazz Sound

With years of experience, the Blue Note Trio plays a selection of classic Jazz standards from top calibre musicians such as George Gershwin, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and Herbie Hancock, and they also take pleasure in adding a delightfully unique twist to some modern hits that will have your audience toe tapping in no time!

Top Clients

 Just a few of the Blue Note Trio’s past clients include The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, Barclays Bank, The Barbican, Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, Knight Frank, Marks and Spencer’s, and The Royal Parks Foundation.

Talented Musicians

With their combination of Piano, Upright Bass and Drums, the sound that this trio produces is nothing other than the cool jazz sound that you know and love. They provide all their own equipment and carry both of the PAT and Public Liability Insurance certifications as required by all venues.

Travel Available

As the trio is based in the capital, in a prime position to travel to your event! So to get accurate costing, please feel free to contact us or fill out the instant quote form now!

All Of Me - Seymour Simons and Gerald Marks

All Of You - Cole Porter

All Or Nothing At All - Arthur Altman

All The Things You Are - Oscar Hammerstein and Jerome Kern

Almost Like Being In Love - Frederick Loewe 

Anything Goes - Cole Porter

As Time Goes By - Herman Hupfeld

Autumn In New York - Vernon Duke

Autumn Leaves - Joseph Kosma and Johnny Mercer

Beautiful Love - Victor Young

Bewitched – Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart

Blue Moon - Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart

Body And Soul - John Green and Edward Heyman

But Beautiful - Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke

But Not For Me - George Gershwin

Bye Bye Blackbird - Mort Dixon and Ray Henderson

Chelsea Bridge - Billy Strayhorn

Darn That Dream - Jimmy Van Heusen and Eddie DeLange

Days Of Wine And Roses - Henry Mancini

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore - Duke Ellington

Do Nothing ‘Til You Hear From Me - Duke Ellington

East Of The Sun - Brooks Bowman

Embraceable You - George Gershwin

A Foggy Day - George Gershwin

Gone With The Wind - Allie Wrubel

Here’s That Rainy Day - Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke

Honeysuckle Rose - Thomas “Fats” Waller and Andy Razaf

If I Were A Bell - Frank Loesser

I Could Write A Book - Richard Rodger and Lorenz Hart

I Hear A Rhapsody - George Fragos

I Remember You - Johnny Mercer

I Should Care - Sammy Cahn and Axel Stordahl

I Thought About You – Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Mercer

I Wish I Knew - Harry Warren and Mack Gordon

I’ll Take Romance - Ben Oakland and Oscar Hammerstein

I’ll Remember April - Don Raye and Gene De Paul

Just Friends - Jerome Kern

Let’s Fall In Love - Harold Arlen

Like Someone In Love - Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke

Love For Sale - Cole Porter

Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) – Jimmy Davis and Robert Ramirez

Lullaby Of Birdland - George Shearing

Misty - Erroll Garner and Johnny Burke

Moon River - Henry Mancini

Moonlight In Vermont - Karl Suessdorf

My Foolish Heart - Victor Young

My Funny Valentine – Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square - Manning Sherwin and Eric Maschwitz

Polkadots And Moonbeams - Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke

Satin Doll - Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn

Skylark - Hoagy Carmichael

Someday My Prince Will Come - Frank Churchill and Larry Morey

The Song Is You - Jerome Kern

Speak Low - Kurt Weil

Star Eyes - Don Raye and Gene De Paul

Summertime - George Gershwin

S’Wonderful - George Gershwin

Take The “A” Train - Billy Strayhorn

Tea For Two – Vincent Youmans and Irving Caesar

There Will Never Be Another You - Harry Warren

These Foolish Things - Jack Strachey and Harry Link

Time After Time - Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn

Weaver of Dreams - Victor Young

What’s New? - Bob Haggard

Yesterdays - Jerome Kern

You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To - Cole Porter

You’re My Everything - Mort Dixon and Joe Young

Latin Jazz

Blue Bossa - Kenny Dorham

Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars) - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Desafinado - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Dindi - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Girl From Ipanema - Antonio Carlos Jobim

How Insensitive - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Little Sunflower - Freddie Hubbard

Meditation - Antonio Carlos Jobim

My Little Suede Shoes - Charlie Parker

O Amor En Paz (Once I Loved) - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Recorda-Me - Joe Henderson

So Danco Samba – Antonio Carlos Jobim

Song For My Father - Horace Silver

Summer Samba (So Nice) - Marcos Valle and Sergio Valle

St. Thomas - Sonny Rollins

Triste - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Wave - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Come Fly With Me - Jimmy Van Heusen

Come Rain Or Come Shine - Johnny Mercer

Day In, Day Out - Rube Bloom and Johnny Mercer

Fly Me To The Moon - Bart Howard

Have You Met Miss Jones - Rodgers and Hart

I Get A Kick Out Of You - Cole Porter

I Got You Under My Skin - Cole Porter

Night And Day - Cole Porter

Pennies From Heaven - Johnny Burke and Arthur Johnston

They All Laughed - George Gershwin

They Can’t Take That Away From Me - George Gershwin

The Lady Is a Tramp - Rodgers and Hart

The Way You Look Tonight - Jerome Kern

Witchcraft - Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh

Blues

All Blues - Miles Davis

Angel Eyes - Matt Dennis and Earl Brent

Billie’s Bounce - Charlie Parker

Blues For Alice - Charlie Parker

Blue Monk - Thelonious Monk

Blue Trane - John Coltrane

Georgia - Hoagy Carmichael

Now’s The Time - Charlie Parker

Sandu - Clifford Brown

Straight, No Chaser - Thelonious Monk

Work Song - Nat Adderley

Contemporary Jazz & Bebop

A Night In Tunisia - Dizzy Gillespie

Afternoon In Paris - John Lewis

Anthropology - Charlie Parker

Black Narcissus - Joe Henderson

Blue In Green - Bill Evans

Bouncin’ With Bud - Bud Powell

Eighty One - Miles Davis and Ron Carter

Footprints - Wayne Shorter

Four - Miles Davis

Good Bait - Tadd Dameron

Groovin’ High - Dizzy Gillespie

I Mean you - Thelonious Monk

In Walked Bud - Thelonious Monk

Lady Bird - Tadd Dameron

Oleo - Sonny Rollins

‘Round Midnight - Thelonius Monk

Scrapple From The Apple - Charlie Parker

Solar - Miles Davis

So What - Miles Davis

Speak No Evil - Wayne Shorter

Take Five - Paul Desmond

Tune Up - Miles Davis

Very Early - Bill Evans

Virgo - Wayne Shorter

Waltz For Debby - Bill Evans

Well You Needn’t - Thelonious Monk

Wildflower - Wayne Shorter

Yardbird Suite - Charlie Parker

 

Jazz Funk & ”Blue Note” Groove Tunes

Cantaloupe Island - Herbie Hancock

Chameleon - Herbie Hancock

I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel To Be Free) - Billy Taylor (a.k.a Film 2012 Theme)

Killing Me Softly With His Song - Charles Fox 

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - Josef Zawinul

Red Clay - Freddie Hubbard

Road Song - Wes Montgomery

Sunny - Bobby Hebb

The Sidewinder - Lee Morgan

This Masquerade - Leon Russell

Walk Tall - Joseph “Cannonball” Adderley

Watermelon Man - Herbie Hancock

General Information:

Name: Blue Note Jazz Trio

Location: London

Main Category: Jazz Bands

Other Categories: Background Music, Bands, Jazz Musicians, Live Music, Musicians, Wedding Music

Lineups/Options:

Blue Note Jazz Trio (default): Piano Double Bass Drums

Blue Note Jazz Quartet: Vocals/Saxophone Piano Double Bass Drums

Timings:

Standard Set Times: 2x45's
2x60's or 3x40's

Set Up Time: 1hrs 0 mins

Usual Evening Arrival Time: 11:00

Usual Evening Finish Time: 23:30

Space Required (w x d):

Blue Note Jazz Trio (default): 8.0m x 5.0m

Blue Note Jazz Quartet: 10.0m x 6.0m

Instant Quote:

STEP 1: Check Availability

STEP 2: Select Option(s)

Blue Note Jazz Trio£565

Piano Double Bass Drums

Blue Note Jazz Quartet£750

Vocals/Saxophone Piano Double Bass Drums

Please complete STEP 1
Prices quoted are subject to confirmation and are intended as a guide only.

Set Options:

2x45's
2x60's or 3x40's

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