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THE TWO MAN GENTLEMEN BAND TRIO

Ukulele Uff & Lonesome Dave Trio

LIVERPOOL: The Kazimier

TUE 29TH JUL, 2014 Doors 8.30pm. Support 9.00pm, headline act 10.00pm

£8.00 + £0.80 Booking fee = £8.80

tickets are available
 

18 and over
 

The Two Man Gentlemen Band Trio

- Infectious Two Man Jazz and Swing from New York -

The Gents have obvious affection for pre-war American Jazz and Western Swing. But they’re no period piece. The decidedly contemporary feel of their lyrics and the hilarious, often ridiculous, improvised banter that peppers their live shows combine with the music for a thoroughly modern ruckus.
Irreverent songwriters, expert instrumentalists, former street-performers, and consummate showmen, this is not to be missed.

And as an extra special treat the Gents will be bringing their percussionist this time around so expect dancing and good times.

The Gents write "smart write funny, sharp-rhyming songs that put them in the company of classics like Louis Jordan and Louis Prima." -The Boston Phoenix


Ukulele Uff and Lonesome Dave perform hot tunes of the 1920s and 1930s delivered with high energy and flair. Their set includes Rags, Hokum, Tin-Pan Alley tunes and the odd sentimental ballad, played in an exciting and entertaining manner. Ukulele Uffs style is influenced by the virtuosos of old, such as, Roy Smeck and inimitable Ukulele Ike, who demonstrated the musical possibilities of the tiny uke. Lonesome Dave plays standard guitar and provides the driving two beat rhythm for rip roaring renditions of old time classics. He is influenced by the pioneering western swing guitarists of the 1930s. This duo hail from the city of Liverpool which is steeped in musical heritage and true to form, these Liverpool gentlemen deliver there set with a good dose humour and all that.

£8.00 + £0.80 Booking fee = £8.80

tickets are available
 

18 and over