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Bridie King's Jazz and Blues Revue

Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar

Bridie King's Jazz and Blues Revue

5:00pm, Sun 5 November, 2023
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SIMA | Sydney Int'l Women's Jazz Fest

Bridie King's Jazz and Blues Revue

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Bridie King, the boogie-woogie, blues, and jazz pianist extraordinaire, at her 2023 Jazz and Blues Revue on November 5th. This thrilling event, part of the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, will unfold at Sydney's finest jazz venue, Lazybones in Marrickville.

Prepare for an unforgettable night of toe-tapping RnB instrumentals, courtesy of Bridie King and Sydney's jazz masters Bradford Child (tenor sax), Mervyn Sequeira (bass), and Andrew Dickeson (drums). Soul-drenched songs, sung by blues divas Stephanie Marchant and La Nadya, will evoke a rollercoaster of emotions. Charismatic baritone Skeet Gersbach joins the ladies in mesmerizing duets, while the swinging 5-piece band, featuring alto saxophone blaster Leon Beshlei, Katie Glendenning on her standup cocktail drum kit, Cousin Fred on his Gretsch guitar, Smithy Smith on rockabilly bass, and the legendary dynamic piano maniac Bridie King, will set the stage ablaze.

Experience the brilliance of these exceptional musicians in an enchanting celebration of jazz and blues. Limited seats available, book now for an extraordinary evening of musical magic at the Jazz and Blues Revue.

Bridie King | Piano
Bradford Child | Tenor Saxophone
Mervyn Sequeira | Acoustic Bass
Andrew Dickeson | Drums
Stephanie Marchant | Vocals
La Nadya | Vocals
Skeet Gersbach | Vocals
Leon Beshlei | Alto Saxophone
Fred Learmonth | Guitar
Smithy Smith | Acoustic Bass
Katie Glendenning | Drums

5pm Doors 🍷
6.30pm Band 🎤 

$30+booking fee
$45 + booking fee includes a meal

SIMA acknowledges that The Sydney Int’l Women’s Jazz Festival takes place on the stolen lands of the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and honour their deep and enduring connection to Country.