Late Night Music in The Crazy Coqs

Every Friday & Saturday night, following the 9.15pm ticketed event, The Crazy Coqs plays host to 'Round Midnight - a free of charge, late-night music show.

With a different band each night, playing from around 11.00pm until 12.30am, the diverse line-up champions the likes of Blues, Jazz, Swing, Cuban, Calypso, Americana, African Highlife and everything in between.

Completely free of charge with no reservations needed - first come, first served.


19th April

Join The Dime Notes as they swing the roof off with their customary blues-drenched 20's New Orleans jazz, and repertoire of stomps, blueses, and forgotten gems of the era. Featuring Chris Barber's long-time clarinetist David Horniblow, U.S pianist and Morton specialist Andrew Oliver, and the unstoppable pulse of London's knockout rhythm section, guitarist Dave Kelbie of Evan Christopher's Django a la Creole fame, and bassist Louis Thomas.

'Inspired!' Sunday Times

20th April

Mo Greens are a burning organ combo playing a mix of soul jazz, funk, boogaloo with a touch of gospel. Inspired by the 60s golden age of Blue Note groove masters such as Jimmy Smith, Grant Green, John Patton and Lonnie Smith, the group features a collection of some of London's finest players.

26th April

Clarinettist Adrian Cox started playing aged 6 and turned professional at the age of 15. He has toured Europe extensively over the past 19 years and is "London's most charismatic reedsman" according to Time Out London. Over his career he has performed with artists including Wynton Marsalis, Ronnie Wood and Guy Barker and at countless sell-out shows including Ronnie Scott's, The Barbican and The Lincoln Center. Cox is influenced by the great New Orleans clarinettists such as George Lewis and is also a member of UK jazz acts Kansas Smitty's House band.

27th April

A warm mix of chanson francaise, klezmer, old-time swing and world grooves.

Brooklyn-born bandleader Dhalia Dumont sings with a deep-timbered voice in French and English. At times she sings playfully, at times fiercely, chanting a call-to-action, while harmonising with Musette, Cajun and Balkan-style accordion. Today Dahlia lives between Paris and NYC. This band have an infectious energy, perfect for this late night set.

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