[ 20/09/2020 ]
The Bridget O’Shanassy Quartet

 [ 30/08/2020 ]
School of Music Combo Competion.

 [ 17/08/2020 ]

 [ 16/08/2020 ]
Jass Band

 [ 19/07/2020 ]
The Cattlestops Ride Again

 [ 21/06/2020 ]
Crayfords Plus

 [ 19/04/2020 ]
Mike Taylor Quartet

 [ 20/03/2020 ]
Mike Taylor Quartet

 [ 15/03/2020 ]
Leigh Jackson Trio

 [ 9/02/2020 ]
The Retro Pack. Andrew London

 [ 15/12/2019 ]
The Zak Pack. 'Lets Misbehave'

 [ 17/11/2019 ]
The Mellow Tones

 [ 20/10/2019 ]
Kevin Clark Trio With Fran Barton

 [ 1/10/2019 ]
Kevin Clark Trio With Fran Barton

 [ 15/09/2019 ]
A Winning Hand

This is the Events Diary of gigs and events hosted by the Wellington Jazz Club, as well as other jazz gigs and jazz events around Wellington. To book tickets and tables go to Booking page on top menu.



The Retro Pack. Andrew London

9 February 2020

The Retro Pack.
Sunday 9th February. Note this is not our regular date.
5:00pm to 7:00pm at Meow.

April Phillips: vocals
James Cameron: bass & vocals
Andrew London: guitar/banjo/piano & vocals
James Tait-Jamieson: sax/flute & vocals
Lance Philip: drums
A group of Wellington’s busiest jazz singers and musicians present a celebration of jazz classics and more in a high energy show. They will cherry-pick a repertoire of standards from their various award winning shows: including ‘Blue Eyes’; a tribute to Frank Sinatra, ‘Unforgettable - the Story of Nat King Cole’ and ‘The Glory of Gershwin’ and recently their tribute to the Broadway classics.
The cast features celebrated singer, actress, playwright and movie-maker April Phillips who created and scripted ‘Blue Eyes’, ‘Unforgettable’ and ‘The Glory of Gershwin’, ex-Hot Club Sandwich singer/guitarist Andrew London, bass player and vocalist for the Velox Brothers and Cattlestops James Cameron, vocalist and saxophonist James Tait-Jamieson and drummer Lance Philip.

The Retro Pack is a true variety act with multiple, highly talented and acclaimed singers and musicians and a carefully selected repertoire of songs that audiences love and can sing along to. The onstage dynamic and banter between the performers is completely infectious and gets the audience tapping their toes, laughing, and reminiscing.