Price Band: Up to £495
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Current rating for Tommy and the Jazz Hounds: 5 out of 5 (1 vote).
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Tommy and the Jazz Hounds
Formed out of friendship and a love for gypsy jazz, Tommy and the Jazz Hounds bring together a fun, eclectic mix of gypsy jazz and latin standards with a healthy dose of silly covers too. Expect the pumping bass lines from Pete, the driving guitar rhythms from David and the frenetic fretboard wizardry from Tommy.
We love the Django Reinhardt standards but also like to mix it up a little with some re-interpretations of modern pop songs.
Tommy - Lead Guitarist
David - Rhythm Guitarist
Pete - Double Bass
Violin or Trumpet.
Full 1.5K watt P.A rig with 2 FOH speakers and 2 Monitors. Or we can bring small, acoustic amps for a smaller event.
South East based and will travel to these areas: South East, South West, Midlands, Wales.
University of Hertfordshire
The Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames
I hired Tommy & the Jazz hounds for a daytime party and their set was absolutely fantastic. On top of this they were very accommodating to all of our requests and judged the mood of the party perfectly. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.
'THE BEST GYPSY JAZZ BAND EVER! - Thankyou soo much' - Barbara Wells
'You made the night soo special. Thank you!' - Janet Long
We are small, perfectly formed and can fit into any space.
We can play acoustic or with amps.
We pride ourselves on our professionalism.
The price brackets above should be used as a guide only as all quotes are bespoke.
Performance times for most acts except Tributes and some other Unique performers are usually 2 x 60 minute sets or 3 x 40 min sets.
(If you require the act to perform longer than these times you may incur extra costs.)
Travel costs vary depending on the act and will be included to the quote given to you by our agents.
Our acts would usually expect to arrive around 6pm and to be finished around midnight.
(If you need the act to arrive earlier or finish later there may be extra costs but these can be negotiated.)