Madi Stimpson has been a popular performer on the UK Folk & Jazz scene and for most of the 90s travelled around Europe with his guitar particularly spending time in Belgium, Holland and Ireland. His guitar playing draws from traditional jazz manouche, bluegrass and Irish folk.
Stuart Neal started playing pedal steel guitar and five-string banjo with the Harpers Ferry (country rock) before becoming a freelance musician. In 2001, Stuart discovered a passion for gypsy jazz music whilst attending a Django Reinhardt workshop.
They're playing at The Great Malvern Hotel on Saturday 1st September. It's a free gig too, so if you're in the area then no there's no excuses that I'd accept for you not being there.