If you've got a special occasion coming up in 2020, whether it's a wedding, private party, birthday or anniversary celebration, corporate event or any type of function and are after some cool acoustic music, the JONNY HEPBIR GYPSY JAZZ BAND have a great selection of popular line-ups to help make your event one to remember.
Performing popular songs from the 1920's, 1930's, 1940's & 1950's, we play in the classic, vintage swing style with a sound that's as dynamic and sought after today as it was back then.
With a client list that includes legendary Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, disco funk pioneers Kool & The Gang, style guru Sir Terence Conran and comedian Paul Merton, you can be assured of a top-class band for any event.
Whether your after something for a background atmosphere or more up-front for dancing, we can tailor the sets to your specifications.
With our Duo, Trio, Quartet and Quintet line-ups there are a fabulous range of instruments for you to add to the band including female vocals, 2nd guitar, violin, accordion, saxophone/clarinet and upright bass.
Wedding Clients - we can offer package deals if you're considering either solo, duo or trio options as background music earlier in the day for the reception and the full band, Quartet and Quintet for dancing in the evening.
To discuss your specific requirements and to check availability & quotes, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07712 332 967.
Because you've come direct to the musicians, there are no agency commission fees or booking charges to pay and we guarantee a courteous, professional service through every stage of the hiring process.
To read testimonials from some of our clients from over the years, please click HERE.
Here's the JONNY HEPBIR QUINTET with vocals and clarinet/saxophone from a Summer 50th Birthday party celebration in Orpington, Kent. You can see and hear the band in full swing by clicking the video at the top of the page.
Here's a video from our popular instrumental band, the JONNY HEPBIR GYPSY JAZZ TRIO playing 'Brazil'.