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Small Instrumental Bands For 'New Normal' Weddings & Events | Jonny Hepbir Gypsy Jazz Ensemble

After some swinging, instrumental music for your Wedding or Event? Our smaller JAZZ BAND LINE-UPS have been the answer for many of our clients as they look at solutions for live music restrictions later on this year and 2021.

It's absolutely no problem to play outside or even completely acoustic if necessary!

With a variety of smaller group option with no vocals we can provide that much-missed musical ambiance that's been lacking over the last few months. Hiring a social distancing, hot jazz band has never been easier!

For Garden Parties, Small Gatherings, Wedding Receptions or Wedding breakfasts, JONNY HEPBIR SOLO GYPSY JAZZ GUITARIST can create a perfect background atmosphere without being loud or distracting. Click on the video above for a short example of repertoire and sound.

The JONNY HEPBIR DUO consists of guitar with a choice of either second guitar, double bass, violin, accordion or saxophone/clarinet. Socially distanced and swinging!

The JONNY HEPBIR TRIO is our very popular, socially distancing ensemble. With the Trio, there's the classic 'all-strings' line-up of two guitars and double bass or take one guitar then add the two other instruments of your choice from double bass, violin, accordion or sax/clarinet.

Hiring Solo, Duo or Trio won't break the bank either during these uncertain times, so why not get in touch today?

Here's a shot of the guitar Duo taken at fabulous Wedding celebration in Sussex last year.

Jonny Hepbir Gypsy Jazz Guitar Duo

With a wealth of experience playing at all types of events and with clients that include Sir Paul McCartney and 80's disco funksters, Kool & The Gang, you can be assured of total professionalism throughout the hiring process and the performance itself.

To read testimonials from some of our clients from over the years, please click HERE.

To discuss your requirements, to check availability and for quotes, please email: or call 07712 332 967.

Here's a video of the 'classic' Trio playing the old favourite 'Brazil'.



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