Sunday 7th October
£15.00 - £18.00
Kate Mullins - Vocals, Jon Shenoy - Sax/Clarinet, George Phillips - Sax, Gabriel Garrick - Trumpet, Jon Stokes - Trombone, Will Bartlett - Piano, Martin Kolarides - Guitar, Joe Pettitt - Bass, Pat Davey - Drums
Top swing band featuring the talented vocalist and close-harmony chanteuse KATE MULLINS from The Puppini Sisters, and led by saxophonist, clarinettist and arranger JON SHENOY Much of Kind Candy's repertoire is a product of tumultuous but brilliant star partnerships: Gene Krupa and Anita O’Day; Benny Goodman and Peggy Lee; Chick Webb and Ella Fitzgerald to name but a few.
King Candy & The Sugar Push are making a name for themselves on the swing dance scene as one of the country’s top dance bands. Set up by saxophonist, clarinettist and arranger Jon Shenoy at the end of 2008, they have performed at all the major dance classes and venues in London including the Troxy, 100 Club, Jitterbugs, Ronnie Scotts, Royal Albert Hall and Swingland’s A-Train and C-Jam to name a few. King Candy boasts a formidable line up of the country’s top session musicians, charismatically leading dancers and listeners through a sweet store of big band hits from the 1930s-50s. As if all this wasn’t enough, King Candy currently features the talented vocalist and close-harmony chanteuse Kate Mullins from The Puppini Sisters.
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