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Blue Harlem

The Pheasantry, SW3 4UT , [Venue Details]

Blue Harlem have been widely regarded as one of the top swing/jump-blues bands on the London scene for over 15 years. Their last performance sold out at the club.

They enjoy an international reputation - 2007 found them launching the 4th International Film Festival of Dubai and in 2008, they were personally invited by Baz Luhrmann to perform for the launch of his 1940's blockbuster movie ‘Australia’. They have been invited on three separate occasions to perform at Highgrove House charity balls for the Prince’s Trust.

They have an enviable reputation as a party band, having played for society soirees all over the UK - including Buckingham Palace, Annabel’s, The Sands Venue and Burgh Island. They also regularly perform abroad, appearing at jazz festivals in Spain, Norway, Belgium and Germany.

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Blue Harlem

The Pheasantry, SW3 4UT

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Blue Harlem have been widely regarded as one of the top swing/jump-blues bands on the London scene for over 15 years. Their last performance sold out at the club.

They enjoy an international reputation - 2007 found them launching the 4th International Film Festival of Dubai and in 2008, they were personally invited by Baz Luhrmann to perform for the launch of his 1940's blockbuster movie ‘Australia’. They have been invited on three separate occasions to perform at Highgrove House charity balls for the Prince’s Trust.

They have an enviable reputation as a party band, having played for society soirees all over the UK - including Buckingham Palace, Annabel’s, The Sands Venue and Burgh Island. They also regularly perform abroad, appearing at jazz festivals in Spain, Norway, Belgium and Germany.

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  • Performer name: Blue Harlem

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  • Doors open: 1:00 am

    Support act starts: 1:00 am

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