We have been lucky enough to have hosted some of the true greats in the entertainment world here in the intimate setting of the Jam House. The venue was opened by Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, and since that day we have seen Ben E King, Bill Wyman, Don McLean, Ruby Turner, Heather Small, Jamie Cullum & even Westlife to name but a few…
There was Live Music, Good Food & Great Times galore as The Jam House celebrated its 20th anniversary. The year long celebrations kicked off with a good old knees up with many of the characters that have contributed to its twenty year success. Guests enjoyed Tanqueray on tap supplied by Diageo, sweeties, canapes and mini burgers all washed down with some Boogie-woogie from local legends Dino Baptiste and Phil Sayer. Here’s to another 20...View Gallery
“Mama Used to Say” hit the charts in 1982 as an infectious soul anthem that became a transatlantic hit for Junior Giscombe, and led to Junior’s appearance as the first black British artist on Soul Train and earning him Billboard’s ‘Best Newcomer Award’ presented by the legendary James Brown
Junior joined us on the 2nd May 2019, for an evening full of entertainment!
Kid Creole, AKA August Darnell, enlivened the UK’s dance floors with such masterpieces as “Stool Pigeon”, “I’m a Wonderful Thing, Baby”, “Annie, I’m Not your Daddy”, and so many, many more. He performed with his full band and the “oh, so sexy” trio of Coconuts, his backing vocalists on July 21, 2016View Gallery
The multi award winning jazz-pop, singer-songwriter, vocalist, pianist and all round musical guru Jamie Cullum popped into the Jam House for a very intimate gig to promote his new album on a JazzLines night in June 2013.View Gallery
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