Hundon, Sudbury, Suffolk

Hundon Summer Music Festival 2013

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Event held in the garden of the Hundon Rose & Crown

Pictures of some of the acts on Saturday 24th August 2013

Jazz 4 U

An impromptu Jazz quartet bringing together a wealth of experience in Dixieland swing and trad Jazz George Tiddiman on Trombone and Vocals. Ollie Benson on Guitar, Banjo and Vocals Alan Arnold on Bass (ex Tom Collins band) and keeping up the rhythm is Brian Stapley on drums.



Harmony in Harlem

Harmony in Harlem, The 17 piece Jazz band that Michael Kilpatrick formed The music is chiefly from the vintage period of Duke Ellington in the 1930's and 1940's. They have played at the BAFTA club in London's Piccadilly covering a range of emotions and styles from the raw sounds of the jungle through to vibrant swing, from the darkest lament to the joyful and lavishly romantic.

Pictures of some of the acts on Sunday 25th August 2013

Poon Tang

Think American and you're on the right road ! Braces stretching, American Rock. Arizona has come to Suffolk, YEEEEHA. Poon Tang consists of Bobby Ray - Guitar & lead vocals, Steve Spall - Lead Guitar & vocals, Barry Day - Bass & vocals and Pete Knightly - Drummer. Suffolk's foremost gigging musicians. Get your boots on and saddle up for this opening act.

Stacey McCarthy Acoustic Duo

Co-writers/producers, Stacey McCarthy and Colin Maclean perform all over the Country. In 2011, and following release of the studio Album "Lessons Learned", their live catalogue began to include the material they had written specially for Stacey. Often showcasing her material in Acoustic form, look out also for Stacey's full band, the "Shock".

Jumbo & The Jets

We welcome back The Jets to conclude musical proceedings on Sunday evening, delivering their soul/groove interpretations of some classic cuts fronted by their charismatic singer Carl Madjity. The highly acclaimed Jets band have great pedigree with a real diverse provenance from Shakatak, Hugh Masekela , Massive Attack and even a touch of Randy Crawford to name but a few. Should be a great finale.


Special Mentions:

A village event on this scale could not be a success without the
support in the villagers attending (thank you for coming!) or without the
considerable time and effort of a few individuals in putting it all
together. Particular thanks go to:

Jumbo Barker (the organiser)
Amanda Smethurst (props & PR)
John Miller (stage provider)
John Grace (artist selection)
Dave Challenger (sound & lights)
The Rose St Crown (pub garden) Helen, Ian, Paul, Tony, Andrew + anyone else we have forgotten!

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