Stompin’ on the Quomps, the hugely popular smooth jazz festival in Christchurch, is proud to announce headline band Lola’s Day Off.
Packing a wicked punch, Lola’s Day Off stormed the nation with a sonic cocktail of fusion, rhythm & blues, hip-hop, jazz, and deep funk grooves. Featuring Pete Ray Biggin on drums, Moyses Dos Santos on bass, Carl Hudson on keyboards and James Gardiner-Bateman on saxes, collectively they have performed and toured with mega-acts including Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Whitney Houston, Chaka Kahn, Level 42, Joss Stone, Robbie Williams, Professor Green, Adele and Culture Club, to name a few.
Joining the band will be Australian born vocalist Georgia van Etten, described by Show Media as a superstar in the making. Her refreshing creativity and rich vocal tones have wowed audiences across the globe.
“with this wealth of musicality, love and energy to get your heart pounding, your hands clapping, your body moving and your feet stompin’, Stompin’ on the Quomps 2016 promises to be one of the best in the events 22 year history”, said Adrian Dwyer, Chairman of the event.
Stompin’ on the Quomps is on Saturday 6th August on Christchurch Quay, Dorset. Further details are on facebook and on a brand new website developed in conjunction with Amica Live