Jazz and Swing Band

Jazz and Swing Band. Jazz and The Tonics are a jazz and swing band who play your favourite jazz standards, swing classics and Postmodern Jukebox Covers. The band are made up of five incredibly talented musicians. They are the perfect band for weddings, parties and corporate events. Jazz and The Tonics will bring a touch of sophistication and glamour to your event; sure to get your guests singing along and toe tapping.

Jazz and The Tonics are fronted by Emily Louise on vocals. Emily is an experienced vocalist and also the director of ELM Agency. The other fine musicians in the band are Piers Green on saxophone, Sam Sharawi on double bass, Andy Wilder on drums and Adam Day on piano.  Between them all, they have played nationally and internationally at numerous concerts, festivals, theatre shows, weddings and events.

Jazz and The Tonics have performed for some stunning venues and wonderful clients over the past few years. These clients and venues include:- Sunseeker, WarGaming UK, Time Centre in Amman Jordan, BAE Systems, Primo Bar, Epsom Food Festival, The Beach at Bude, Pizza ExpressCLC Group, National Motor Museum, Newbury Racecourse.  The list goes on!

If you would like a smaller jazz and swing band, you can book a reduced line up. The band are very flexible and offer numerous booking options:-  a piano duo , a jazz trio or a jazz quartet.  The options are endless . . . Just ask, and we will cater to your needs!



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  1. Jazz and the Tonics came and performed at Leith’s at Beaulieu for a corporate event on the 28th July 2018. They were professional and friendly to deal with and not only that but were AMAZING performers. Emily’s voice is just out of this world with everyone complementing her. I would 100% recommend Jazz & The Tonics to other corporates or wedding parties.

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