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Fever live Fifties rockabilly and rock n roll 13th December

4th November 2014 - 13:31 | London UK, Westminster, W1W 5QU |


Fever Rock n roll and Rockabilly trio live at Jump Jive and Shout 13th December
Wil Collins and the boys take to the stage for this month's Jump Jive and Shout - getting the festive season off to a sizzling' start. Great performers The Fever Trio are always ready to rock and roll and get your feet moving with their sensational fifties style rock and roll, rockabilly and blues shows. Looking extremely good The Fever Trio always dress to impress in the finest, original high quality American retro (vintage) attire. More and more people flock to see The Fever trio at events, clubs and fairs all over the UK and Europe and we are truly honoured at Jump Jive and Shout to have such brilliant musicians/performers coming from Essex to London for a red hot show.
Plus dj Jeniffer spinning some of the very best in pulsating, energy driven 1940’s and 50’s rhythm and blues, doo wop, vocal harmony groups, jump jive, boogie woogie, blues shouters and a whole lot more. The roots of rock n roll, sizzlin’ sounds that rocked the juke boxes, gin houses, rent parties and juke joints all over America from Memphis to Harlem and from New Orleans to Chicago.
Yes, it's always a great night out at Jump Jive and Shout on the second Saturday of the month, with music played on vinyl the way they did it back then (closed for January).
Smart dress, glamour, forties, fifties and sixties retro/vintage, or use the TV show Mad Men, or films The Girl Can’t Help it and Cadillac Records for your inspiration.
Saturday 13th December
8.00 pm -12.00 am

Entry £5.00/ £3 students £3 unwaged with proof

Jump Jive and Shout
The Albany (downstairs)
240 Great Portland Street
Westminster
LONDON
W1W 5QU

Buses 18, 27, 30, 88, 205, 453, C2
Tubes Great Portland St, Regent’s Park, Warren Street
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