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More of the musicians who have entertained us over the years

The music is "Dizzy Spells" played by Peter Appleyard on vibes (with Wray Downes on piano) prior to his ultimate claim to fame when he appeared at the Harp!.....see below.


Mike Lovell, leader of the  Six in a Bar          Dixieland Jazz Band.....   .....with vocalist and reed player Rosie Harrison
Jamie Brownfield

and Liam Brady....

  ....leaders of the

Brownfield Byrne Hot 6

Superb clarinet/soprano player from Denmark, Paul Harrison, made a great impression .  


In the band with Paul Harrison was Simon Banks, all the way from the West Country.....


Brilliant young guitar player Remi Harris has quickly become a favourite at the Harp was Kevin Grenfell on trombone....they provided the humour as well as the music.


Another of the great trumpet players to appear at the Harp, Bruce Adams was backed on many occasions by John Burnett's Jazz Bandits.


Belgian multi instrumentalist Pascal Micheaux appeared as a suprise guest at one of the Bruce Adams/Alan Barnes/John Burnett sessions


Brilliant reed man Alan Barnes joined Bruce Adams on a couple of occasions.



Alan Elsdon did an excellent job when he replaced Kenny Baker at very short notice, a few short weeks before Kenny died.

Lovely singer Rachael Pennell has appeared several times at the Harp.


Christine Tyrrell appeared  with Phil Mason.

Mellow Avstreih, welcome at any time



Brilliant jazz violin from Ralph Allin

Brilliant stride and boogie piano from Neville Dickie


With Benny Goodman for eight years, superb vibes player Peter Appleyard enjoyed his session with Heart of England.

Roy Hubbard, one of the Midlands favourite jazz living in Spain.

  Roger Marks... one of the West Country's finest.

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