Bringing the jive since 1985

A connected and energised Roots community

Upcoming gigs

Rudeboy Ft Don Letts + Ska’d For Life ( Co -pro with M’boro Town Hall )

Sat 23 Nov / Middlesbrough Courtroom in the Town Hall £14.00

Album launch – Howlin Ric & The Rocketeers + Sir Jacs Bantamacs featuring Rob Heron

Fri 29 Nov / The Cluny2 £7.00 adv

Courtroom Sessions – Dawn Landes + jonah tolchin ( co-pro with M’boro Town Hall )

Mon 9 Dec / Middlesborough Town Hall £12.00

An Evening For Johnny Dickinson

Sat 14 Dec / The Cluny2 10.00 adv

Martin Stephenson & Toe Rags + Nev Clay – annual Xmas Party

Fri 27 Dec / The Cluny2 £15.00 adv

Mike Farris (USA) & Band + Chris James & Martin Fletcher ( Please note – lots of tixs are still available )

Thu 16 Jan / Live Theatre £20.00

Courtroom Sessions : Big Joe Louis + Michael Littlefield ( Co-pro with M’boro Town Hall )

Fri 24 Jan / Middlesborough Town Hall 12.50

Courtroom Sessions – Sam Baker & friends ( Co – Pro with M’boro Town Hall )

Fri 31 Jan / Middlesborough Town Hall £16.00

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About Jumpin’ Hot Club

Jumpin’ Hot Club have been bringing rockin’ roots, country and blues, reggae and world music to the North East for over thirty years.

Roots Vibes

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Chastity Brown took the time half-way through the gig to thank Jumpin' Hot Club's Graham Anderson for “taking a chance on her four years ago" when she sent him an e-mail alongside 20 others in the UK asking for a gig. Only Graham and a guy in London responded and the rest is history.

The Rocking Magpie

Jumpin’ Hot Club, began as a labour of love by Adam Collerton and Graham Anderson, and continues in much the same fashion but now benefits from the endorsement of a host of international stars.

The Journal

The best in Northern and Modern soul.

Gordon Barr