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The Easy Rollers

Taking you back to the golden age of jazz, The Easy Rollers are a roaring seven-piece jazz outfit performing hits from the The Jazz Age (1920-1933) and The Swing Era (1933–1947).

With the music as its main focus, the show features a cabaret style performance with songs strung together by either theatrical, factual or musical segues, offering audiences an authentic underground speakeasy experience and the opportunity to discover more about the post-Prohibition era and jazz during the Great Depression.

Expect to hear songs made famous by artists such as Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Boswell Sisters, Ruth Etting, Lee Morse, Annette Hanshaw, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Gene Austin, Margaret Young, Helen Morgan, Paul Whiteman, Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Helen Kane and many more.

“[The Easy Rollers] present the music of their chosen era with verve, showmanship and great technical skill.” - The Jazz Mann

“A slick, tightly choreographed hour of sizzling speakeasy from a melodious young septet.” - FringeReview (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)


9% administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders.
A £2.50 postage fee is applicable on all orders if opting for postal delivery.
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The Easy Rollers

www.theeasyrollers.co.uk
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