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Lostwithiel Jazz Cafe diary dates for 2018

Don't forget that all profits from Lostwithiel Jazz Café go to charities and local good causes. Thank you to our great audiences for their wonderful support.

CAFÉ COOL!

Friday March 16th - Nuclear Blues with a guest appearance by Mike Hawkey on Sax at the Duchy of Cornwall Nursery. Almost certainly the best Rhythm and Blues band this side of the Tamar.

Saturday March 17th - The Carol Gasser Quartet. Both Carol and Bass player Claudia Lang-Colmer were original members of the international all-female Ivy Benson Dance Band of the late 50,s and 60, again at The Duchy. This will be history in the making.

VIVA ST BART'S - THE BIG GIG

Saturday May 19th - KABASA! A 6 piece Salsa Band return for the BIG GIG- at St Bart’s church- the night before LostFest. This will include a professional laser show in St Bart's Church, with the vicar's blessing by the way!

SUMMER NIGHTS AT CAFÉ COOL

Saturday August 18th - The Sultans, a 6 piece Swing band perform on the terrace in The Duchy Marquee. This gig is destined to go down in modern local folk law.

BOOGI NIGHT

Friday September 21st, we return to Lerryn Memorial Hall, this time for the long-awaited gig from keyboard and vocalist Dino Baptiste, fresh from the Martinique Blues Festival where he played with some of the Rolling Stones no less, exalted company indeed. 

More dates to be added for the late autumn.

 

Cornwall Today November 2017 edition

Look out for a full page spread in November's edition of Cornwall Today about Lostwithiel Jazz Cafe!

Cornwall Today article about Jazz Cafe

Man Engine postcards

MAN ENGINE postcards sponsored by Lostwithiel Jazz café and donated to a range of organisations in Lostwithiel for sale to raise funds for their individual good causes.

All postcards now distributed to: The Museum, Lost in Song Choir, The Community Centre, St Bartholomew’s Church, Lostwithiel Book Group and Homefront Coffee and Haberdashery shop. All raising funds for good causes in and around Lostwithiel and all for sale at £1 each.

Man Engine postcard



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