Doolally Tap continue to wow audiences everywhere with their uniquely energetic brand of vintage jazz. Originally hatched by ace trombonist David Lalljee and early-jazz nerd/sousaphone player Tom Briers in a dark corner of south-east London, the band's spiritual home is 1920's New Orleans. Drawing inspiration from Crescent City musicians like King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet, as well as the "second line" bands that they came out of, Doolally Tap's music evokes the true spirit and energy of the prohibition era.

Line up: David LalljeeĀ  (trombone); Tom Dennis (trumpet); John O'Neill (reeds); Nick Singer (banjo); Tom Briers (sousaphone)