With a set of storming Rhythm & Blues, West Coast Jump and Swing, and a sprinkle of Rocksteady bluebeat,
hold tight for a night of hip-shaking boogie.
Now featuring the legendary Andy Burns on honking Sax, and one of London's top Jazz and Blues drummers Jason Reay.
As ever, welsh guitar hero Rhod Davis provides authentic R&B licks, driving the rat-pack vocals of front-man Seth Jackson,
and the maniac boogie of Dave Forristal on keys - and look out for the acrobatics of Paul King slapping the double-bass.
West London’s Jump 66 burst onto the scene back in 2010, and have carved themselves a deserving reputation as masters of stomping, jumping, rocksteady blues, with a house-rocking live show that's hard to beat.
GourmetGigs.com review, Ealing Blues Festival
"We rushed back to the far stage towards the end of the evening to catch Jump 66, who played a high-energy set of swing and blues, which got the crowd dancing. They were the perfect band to round off the festival, it would be an understatement to call them popular. I thought the audience were going to lynch the poor stagehand tasked with asking the band to desist from playing ‘just one more number’."
"Jump 66 sound like they’ve listened to nothing but blues, rocksteady, rock ‘n’ roll and ska.
But when they make music this good, you can’t really blame them. If you’ve come for a dance, then Jump 66 are the band for you!"
"The perfect band to round off the festival ... it would be an understatement to call them popular."