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The Hot Jazz Band and the A Nyughatatlan concert in Tata at the Peron Music Club.

19:00 - A Nyughatatlan
20:00 - Hot Jazz Band


Discount: HUF 2,700
Advance purchase: HUF 3190
On the day of the concert: HUF 4,000


Hot Jazz Band

The Hot Jazz Band, celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2020, is best known and loved by the domestic audience as the contemporary performers of early jazz and Hungarian pop music between the two world wars.
In the second half of the 1990s, they were the only Hungarian jazz band to win four international competitions in France, the most outstanding of which was the International New Orleans Jazz Competition held in St. Raphael, where they won the first prize out of 54 bands. American successes were not absent from the band's life either. They visited the homeland of jazz six times. In Sacramento, California, the world's largest jazz gathering, they were twice the festival's most popular band. Last year, their 14th album titled "Egy kis malac" was released, which mainly consists of songs written for children. The Hot Jazz Band received the eMeRTon award twice, the Lyra Award, the Louis Armstrong Memorial Award, the Silver Tree of Life Award, and the Kossuth Award in 2015. In the Kobuci garden, the most well-known covers will be played, such as my baby is a black woman, I have no deposit in the bank, and the hits Halló Baby and Odavagyok sama sárte.

A Nyughatatlan

In the original songs of the band „A Nyughatatlan”, country and rockabilly, imbued with an authentic American sense of life, meet. In 2022, the band won the main award, i.e. “Entertainers of the Year” and two other prizes (Band of the Year, Instrumentalist of The Year) at the Texas Sounds Country Music Awards festival (Marshall, Texas). In 12 years, the team can boast of 5 records and one gold record. Nyughatlatan is one of the Hungarian popularizers of 50s rock & roll, as well as the Hungarian interpreter of Johnny Cash’s music and stage legacy. Their sixth English-language LP was completed in America, at the Rosewood studio. Eleven own compositions were included on the album, which will be released this December.