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Club Inégales enjoys highly successful EFG London Jazz Festival

Club Inégales hosted four very successful events as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival with some very happy audiences:

Club Inégales just gets better and better. Thank you for a scintillating Thursday evening. I wish I could visit more often. My friend and I really enjoyed listening to the group playing with Byron Wallen, and we’re both looking forward to returning.

David, via Facebook

brilliant night at your club last night and what an awesome band hedvig are ! We’ll be back

Rob, via email

Great evening. I loved both part one and part two. Thank you.

Mary, via email


Alongside their own set, the guests performed with Peter Wiegold‘s resident top-line ensemble Notes Inégales creating the unique musical alchemy that makes Club Inégales unlike any other.

“This is a Rolls-Royce of a Band – it can turn on a dime” 
Will Self on house band Notes Inégales

20/11 Byron Wallen

20th November 2014, 8.00pm

Byron Wallen

The British trumpet master performers with notes inégales


21/11 Hedvig Mellestad

21/11 Hedvig Mellestad

21st November 2014, 8.00pm

Hedvig Mollestad

Blazing a trail that runs from Jimmy Page to John McLaughlin and beyond…


22/11 Cactus Truck

22/11 Cactus Truck

22nd November 2014, 8.00pm

Cactus Truck

Amsterdam-based Cactus Truck, frequent collaborators with The Ex, create startlingly intense music with hints of delta blues, early free jazz and Japanese noise.


23/11 Andreas Schaerer and Lucas Niggli

23/11 Andreas Schaerer and Lucas Niggli

Andreas Schaerer and Lucas Niggli

Joining Peter Wiegold for tonight’s session are wildly original Swiss double act – drummer Niggli and vocalist Schaerer – among Europe’s most individual improvisers of the moment – ‘rhythmic and tonal fire’ (Jazz City)




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