Ned’s Little Big Band 5pm – Tremaine 8pm – Ode to Lucius 10pm

Ned’s Little Big Band – 5pm 

The 11–piece Little Big Band is back at the Luna Lounge on 13 Oct, at 5.00 pm. Earlier this year, leader Ned Edworthy thought he could retire, but found the Band’s music kept going round in his head. So, the Band reunites to play some of their favourite and most popular arrangements. These include a wide variety of rhythms: rock, mambo, swing, shuffle, boogie, samba and gospel, and some of the best tunes from great jazz composers, in particular, Charles Mingus. To give a new twist to the format of previous performances at the Lounge, six members of the Band will play a first set of tunes and arrangements which are not from the Band’s book. So, don’t be late!

Tremaine – 8pm

Tremaine is a talented singer-songwriter, composer, producer, pianist, choir director, and backing vocalist. Her debut album ‘But for the Grace of God’ was released in December 2016. The second album is soon to follow – Sneak previews

Tremaine’s style is unique, warm and unforgettable, with a voice that is both simultaneously powerful and sweet. She effortlessly fuses her influences of Jazz, Soul & Gospel to write inspiring music that nourishes the soul.

Tremaine’s influences include Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Alicia Keys, India Arie, Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Pharrell, The Winans, Leah Smith, and Smokey Robinson. An experienced and eclectic performer, Tremaine is just as comfortable on stage at Wembley Arena as in an unplugged intimate setting. Tremaine has provided backing vocals for Beverley KnightMica Paris, and Peter Andre.

Ode to Lucius – 10pm 

A mixture of dream pop with violin, clarinets and heavier rock with a hint of punk. An eclectic prism of sound.