Chris Barber's Jazz Band with Ottilie Patterson, National Jazz Festival, Richmond - 1962 010
Pages 16 and the rear inside cover of a programme for the National Jazz Festival, at the Richmond Athletic Ground, 28th and 29th July 1962. Adverts feature on both pages, including a large advert for jazz scene.
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VISIT THE JAZZ CLUB TENT
Find out about London's finest 'out of West End' Jazz Clubs:
Meet Mr. Klcok of Klookâs Kleek, the modern jazz centre. Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London W.
Meet the folk from the Richmond Club, home of the Rustics J. B. and other fine bands.
Meet the Albermarle, the Osterley and the other clubs. In these three clubs you can enjoy (he best traditional and mainstream jazz.
GET TO KNOW THE LOCAL SCENE
for JAZZ and all RECORDS
28th July to 11th August Concessions and facilities for all enthusiasts. Visit our stand in the TRADE FAIR. Visit our SHOWROOM at 455 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen, London S.W-14.
EAST COAST JAZZ FESTIVAL 1962
Sponsored by the South Bank Jazz Club, Grimsby, and Cleethorpes Borough Council)
Write East Coast Jazz Festival P.O. Box 20 83 Victoria Street, G nimby.
August 3rdâ4thâ5th i: Boating Lake, Cleethorpes
ACKER BILK â¢ JOHNNY DANKWORTH KENNY BALL â¢ BRUCE TURNER MONTY SUNSHINE â¢ ALEX WELSH TUBBY HAYES â¢ BOB WALLIS DICK CHARLESWORTH â¢ DON RENDELL Â§ FAIRWEATHER-BROWN
Â§ MICK MULLIGAN â¢ GEORGE MELLY ............
Camping Site. Park for 5,000 Vehicles. Covered Seating.
Tickets (Friday) 7/6d. (Saturday, Sunday) 12/6d. (Weekend) 25/-d.
Entire Programme 2 Booked by 2 Jim Godbolt Agency 7 Newman Street, tj London W.l.
ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14 THE NEW NEWSPAPER OF THE WHOLE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT IN COLOUR
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