DANCE the night away to the colourful sounds of music from around the globe as Mambo Jambo are set to take Trinity Arts Centre by storm next week.
Acoustic roots duo Mambo Jambo (Pete Jack and Frankie Banham) take their audience on a musical journey.
Mixing up sounds from across the world, Mambo Jambo bring authentic music from from Latin America - especially Afro-Cuban and Brazilian, as well as the Caribbean and Africa, bluegrass and Eastern Europe.
Their whistle-stop musical tour takes in Cuba, Congo, Kentucky and much, much more.
Beside strong vocals and harmonies, their instruments are equally varied - sax, clarinet, guitar, banjo, flute, ukelele - and even a suitcase!
Closer to home, Mambo Jambo have appeared twice at the Shetland and Sidmouth Folk Festivals and regularly perform at the Musicport and Beverley Festivals.
Froots Magazines described them as ‘an extremely listenable criss-crossomg of world music boundaries,’ while Jim McLaughlin of the Musicport Festival said: “The sheer enthusiams and joy of their music along with their great stage presence combine to create an act that will undoubtedly go down a storm wherever they play.”
Mambo Jambo will be at Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough on Saturday 29th October.
Tickets are £8 - £10 and are available by calling 01427 676655 or visiting www.trinityarts.co.uk.