Mahogany Hall Stompers, Friday 12th July 2019


Barry Crickmore on drums with Mahogany Hall Stompers at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent). 12jul2019 Photo by Alan Walker

Mahogany Hall Stompers at Farnborough JC Kent (LtoR) Barry Crickmore (drms) Tim Huskisson (cl) Brian Giles (trpt) John Siret (dbass) Southend Bob Albutt (bnjo) 12jul2019. Photo by Alan Walker.











FARNBOROUGH JAZZ CLUB (Kent) welcomes back the MAHOGANY HALL STOMPERS tomorrow night, Friday 12th July 2019.  Band leader and cornet player, BRIAN GILES, will be joined by TIM HUSKISSON playing clarinet & alto sax, with COLIN GRAHAM playing trombone.  The engine boys will be ‘SOUTHEND BOB’ ALBUTT playing banjo & singing, JOHN SIRET playing double bass and BARRY CRICKMORE playing drums.  I can’t remember how many years we have had Brian with us (way before I had this website).  He is a lovely man and musicians love playing with him, so come along and join us and hear some happy jazz.  We are still enjoying this beautiful weather – can I suggest you come out and savour a lovely warm summer evening with us – perhaps buy yourself a shandy or something – yes, of course we still have our bar!  See you tomorrow night at 8.00pm (till 11.00pm).  Hosted by Diane and Keith PS I had to add this photo of Southend Bob – from 2010, he hasn’t changed much, has he! Actually none of them have from 2015 either.

Mahogany Hall Stompers at Farnborough Jazz Club
13Mar2015. (LtoR) Chris Walker (drums),
Tim Huskisson (clarinet), Brian Giles (trumpet)
& ‘Southend Bob’ Allbut (banjo). Photo by Mike Witt.
Mahogany Hall Stompers at Farnborough Jazz Club (Kent)
20tMay2015. (LtoR) Colin Graham (trombone),
Chris Marchant (drums), Brian Gyles (band leader & trumpeter),
‘Southend Bob’ Albutt (banjo).). Photo by Mike Witt.
‘Southend Bob’ Albutt (banjo & vocals)
of The Original Eastside Stompers Jazz Band
at Farnborough Jazz Club, Kent, UK,
on 21st May 2010. Photo by Howard Leigh

John Sirett plays double bass
with George ‘Kid’ Tidiman’s All Stars
at Farnborough Jazz Club 18Sept2015
Photo by Mike Witt.