Merchant Moonshine with the Limehouse Leigh Sextet

 13 June
 Merchant House
 13 Well Court - EC4M 9DN - London - United Kingdom
 Carter Holloran
Come back down to Merchant House on June 13th for another fabulous night of cocktails, music, dancing… And cocktails! Our June edition features a brand new band to the blues scene: the Limehouse Leigh Sextet. New Orleans inspired jazz blues at a classy cocktail bar in the heart of London all for dancers? Yep, we just made that happen! THE CONCEPT Merchant Moonshine Blues is a sophisticated take on a dance night. Dress up a bit and join your friends at London’s finest new gin joint for an evening of top quality live blues, superior cocktails, conversation, and lots of dancing! The party starts at 8pm sharp and wraps up a bit after midnight, so don’t dawdle, bluesers! THE MUSIC: LIMEHOUSE LEIGH SEXTET Limehouse Leigh is a brilliant cornet player and singer known well on the swing scene for his regular appearances at Jamboree and Passing Clouds. But now we’re bringing him to the blues community, backed by 5 other players who’ll take you straight down to the birthplace of jazz and blues: New Orleans! Check out the man in action: THE VENUE: MERCHANT HOUSE Tucked away in an alley near St Paul’s, Merchant House is the brainchild of London Bar Consultants, a passionate team of all-star mixologists that train bartenders at London’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants. This is their own passion project, a relaxed and intimate bar with a menu centred on gin and rum but virtually limitless possibilities. Theirs are some of the best cocktails you’ll find in this European capital of cocktail culture. And for Merchant Moonshine Blues, you may even find a special blues-themed cocktail or two on the menu, so if you want to find out what’s in a “Howlin’ Wolf”, be there! THE PARTICULARS Saturday, 13th June 13 Well Court, Off Bow Lane, London, EC4M 9DN £10 Cocktails & dancing from 8pm Live music from 9pm (no class beforehand, just drinking and dancing)

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