SLAITHWAITE Bandroom is promoting two toe-tapping performances this autumn as part of their second Jazz at the Bandroom series.
The concerts aim to bring new audiences to the bandroom which is home to Slaithwaite Brass Band.
They will also provide a ‘warm-up’ to the successful Marsden Jazz Festival which is now just weeks away.
Local duo Emily Druce and Steve Jones are first to perform in this new season and their concert is at the bandroom tomorrow.
They will be bringing their brand of contemporary roots music. Between them, Druce and Jones play a range of guitars, fiddle, mandolin and harmonicas, bringing vibrant arrangements to originals and covers.
Next up on Friday, October 5, perennial favourites Swing of Things play hot swing, boogie and jive from all over the world.
The group combines guitars, clarinet/saxophone, violin and double bass to play songs and instrumentals with lots of opportunities to dance and a wry sense of humour.
Doors open for both events at 7.30pm, music from 8pm.
Tickets are £5, available on the door.
For those new to the venue, the bandroom is on Castle Lane, off Longlands Road in Slaithwaite.