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A vaudevillian combo playing tunes at the strange meeting place of burlesque and Tom Waits! Bizarrley beautiful.

Red hot ragtime, vintage viper jass and scurrilous popular tunes from the twenties and thirties is where the Devil’s Jukebox lives. The band features clarinet, banjo bass, jazz ukulele, harmonium, suitcase percussion, hooter-phones and vocals.

They’ve played with T-Model Ford, R L Burnside and Curtis Eller and been described as ‘ darkly surreal, sinister and bewitching’, and a ‘ flamboyantly entertaining spectacle’ by Leeds Guide. The Guardian had them pinned as, “Tom Waits-esque cabaret.”, whilst the Yorkshire Times called them ‘five piece vaudevillian sensations, playing an infectious brand of red hot ragtime’.

See more info at myspace.com/thedevilsjukeboxuk

Listed on Ents24.com since: Nov 2007

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