Jazz Festival Sunday is a chance to nurse sore heads and sore feet, and Marlborough's Priory Gardens was the perfect place to do both, with half of the audience opting to sit under the shade of the trees in the walled garden, rather than inside the giant festival marquee itself.
Their gypsy-folk-jazz-ska-disco repertoire includes jaunty versions of songs by Brit miserablists The Specials and The Jam, and they've even covered the 8-bit bleepy tune that accompanies the 1989 Nintendo game Tetris... and added
So perhaps the perennial Marlborough Jazz Festival favourites – a band who've filled The Albert Hall and performed for the Queen in her jubilee year
Few people paid attention…except for Clare Teal, the queen of Britain’s jazz singers on her regular gigs at the festival.
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|Ray Harris||Brewin Dolphin Bandstand|
|Nick Harper||Fire Station|
|Red Stripe Band||Priory Gardens|
|Clare Teal||Priory Gardens|
|Adam Winslet||Priory Gardens|
|Flap!||Brewin Dolphin Bandstand|
|The Jive Aces||Priory Gardens|
|Chris Jagger||Brewin Dolphin|
Led by Neil Drinkwater, who recalled their first festival appearance had been at the British Legion Club, the band have since been promoted to