Bringing the jive since 1985

A connected and energised Roots community

Upcoming gigs

Lilly Hiatt & band ( This is going to mid Feb- March 2021 – date soon)

Fri 4 Sep / The Cluny2

Frazey Ford ( new re-schedule date )

Fri 11 Dec / Gosforth Civic Theatre £15.00 adv

An evening with Otis Gibbs ( new re-schedule date )

Fri 30 Apr / Gosforth Civic Theatre £14.00 adv

Joan Shelley & Band (re-scheduled date)

Sat 22 May / Gosforth Civic Theatre £12.50 adv £14.00 door

The Vandoliers + support ( Co-Pro with Cluny- re scheduled date )

Thu 8 Jul / The Cluny2 £12.50 adv £14.00 door

Sarah Shook & The Disarmers (re-scheduled)

Fri 10 Sep / The Cluny2

Robyn Hitchcock + Jessica Lee Morgan ( new re-schedule date )

Wed 22 Sep / Little Theatre £15.00

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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.

In our 35th anniversary year we are running a sponsorship and CrowdFunder Campaign – please see detail here or contact one of the team for more details of the sponsorship opportunities.

Roots Vibes

View our Vibes page and look through our archive of photography, videos and reviews of some of the finest gigs the North East has had to offer over the past 30 years.

Get involved

We often have all standing J Hot club show’s . So if for any reason , you need a special seat or stool, please let us know in advance of the show & we can sort this out for you.

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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