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The Brand New Heavies

The Global Stream live from Jazz Cafe London

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“Emerging at the heart of the Acid Jazz scene, they made an instant impact.”
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Sunday 14 February
20:00UK, 21:00 CET, 15:00 EST

Can it really be over thirty years since The Brand New Heavies’ debut album first strutted its way into the public eye with a winning funky formula that would go on to earn them sixteen Top 40 hits and three million worldwide album sales, not to mention two UK Platinum albums? Emerging at the heart of the Acid Jazz scene, they made an instant impact with audiences on both sides of the Atlantic, and over the last three decades the band have not let up releasing enduring classics such as ‘Never Stop’. 'You Are The Universe', 'Midnight At The Oasis' and 'Dream Come True'.

For the first time ever, and in their first performance since last year’s lockdown, TBNH, led by Andrew Levy and Simon Bartholomew and featuring stunning vocalist Angela Ricci, take to the stage on Valentine’s Day to stream live to their worldwide fans and lovers of stylish, good-time grooves direct from London’s Jazz Café on Sunday 14th February at 8.00pm UK time. Get ready for some of the best in-close-up funk and soul right in your home!

Tickets £20 available from www.streamzy.co.uk and the Jazz Cafe website.

Streamzy

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