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.


21st June

'Anna Ross celebrates the Jazz Divas'

Born in London and raised in Newcastle, singer-songwriter Anna Ross has spent the last decade as Duran Duran's backing vocalist, singing to sold-out arenas around the world. Previously a backing vocalist for Lisa Stansfield, Stereophonics, Tom Jones, Sting, and Tina Turner, she has also released material under her own name and is now exploring her love of jazz with pianist/arranger Alex Webb. With the Alex Webb Trio she will be picking her favourites from the jazz and American songbook canon.

22nd June

Steve Somers is a London based veteran of the Country Music scene having toured and recorded with the likes of Glen Campbell, Billie Jo Spears and Dwight Yoakum. His son Ben, was basically born in the dressing room and has gone on to tour and record with Taylor Swift, Seal, The Time-Jumpers, Dr John and many more. Energetic, masterful and fun, Steve & Ben sing and yodel their way through original and traditional Country, Western Swing and Americana. They have toured all around Europe, have released one album and are currently working on a second, all original recording.

28th June

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.

29th June

From the Salons of pre-revolution Havana, where the sweet smell of cigars lingered and the aged rum flowed, The Sugar Kings trio present Son Montuno, Guaracha and Cha Cha Cha with a ray of Cuban sunshine. Inspired by the revival of traditional Cuban music from the amazing 'Buena Vista Social Club', it was Cuban percussionist and singer, Flavio Correa who formed the band. The three-piece is made up of himself, one of the UK's leading Salsa players, Elpidio Caicedo and classically trained Tres player and singer, Daniel Carnago.