Genre bending Big Band coming to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 12:55 01 November 2018

The Dutty Moonshine Big Band.

The Dutty Moonshine Big Band.

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Prepare to party with Dutty Moonshine Big Band who will be bringing their genre twisting blend of old and new to Bristol’s SWX on November 16.

The colossal collective features several acts fused 
into one super band Featuring live drums and a seven piece brass section courtesy of Temple Funk Collective, vocals from Hypeman Sage and Maria Laveau, DJ and production from DJ Binge, guest appearances from 
Howla on guitar, and Chessi on harp.

The mayhem is fronted by the band’s charismatic ringleader and the former carnival performer Dutty Moonshine.

The band plays an eclectic mix of styles mixing classic 1930s style jazz and swing with contemporary Grime, and Drum and Bass.

The Dutty Moonshine Big Band will be at Bristol SWX, in Nelson Street, from 6.30pm on November 16.

Tickets, priced £15, are available online at 
www.swxbristol.com

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