Jazz In My Pants

This nine piece student led band from Durham will played some classic tracks really got the Royal Albert Hall rocking

Jazz In My Pants posing for a photo

Jazz In My Pants, known affectionately as JIMP, was formed in 2010 by young members of Durham’s Colliery Bands. Interesting covers of well known rock and roll tunes became a staple of the band’s set list and soon they were playing at BRASS: Durham International Festival, the Tubingen Stadtfest in Germany and, now they are set to perform at the Royal Albert Hall as part of Music for Youth's Schools Prom concert.

Age range of performers:   14-18 

Performing:
It's All Over Now  - Bobby Womack, arr Ken Patterson
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Freddie Mercury, arr Pete Bradshaw
Let the Sunshine In - Galt MacDermot, arr Ellen Bradshaw

Claire Jones talks to Jazz In My Pants

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