"Thank you again for performing such a wonderful set for us at The Savoy last night. You were exceptional."
A 7 Piece swing orchestra evoking dance gigs of the 1920s 30s & 40s
Back in February, the full house performance at Café in the Crypt - the underground venue at St. Martins-in-the-Fields in Trafalagar square - surprised the management who said of its near sell out that they were "impressed with [The Silver Ghosts] audience numbers as not often new bands [to the venue] achieve such a high number" and that they "truly enjoyed the evening". A similar response was given by the management at The Royal Albert Hall to positive feedback from the recent sell out gig in the Elgar Room; the outfit are working on additions to their repertoire and endeavour to perform anew in these hallowed enclaves.
The historic venue have programmed the swing orchestra to return on September 30th as part of their Wednesday jazz night, and tickets are selling fast - Book here.
The outfit was recently hired to perform for Go Ape - forest adventure trials - for a treat for their 5 millionth customer. The stunt was videod for their social media.. lets see if we go viral!
The adventurer had no idea what was in store for her when she completed her course at the Go Ape forest adventure course at Trent Park. Strolling towards the finish point after her stint, The Silver Ghosts and a dozen guys in ape suits sprung out from behind the trees. The monkeys presented the astonished customer with all sorts of goodies to our rendition of King of the Swingers, before we all disappeared again into the wilderness, leaving the encumbered trekker somewhat dumbfounded! What a fun gig...
The Verdi restaurant in the Albert Hall is the venue for a return to this most venerated of venues. After the positive feedback from the sell out gig in the Elgar Room, the establishment has invited the outfit to perform in the restaurant for an afternoon recital in Feburuary. A lunchtime concert from a quintet lineup on this occasion.