The band is based in South-East London and plays all over London and the South of England.
The irrepressible and wonderfully named Doolally Tap continue to wow audiences everywhere with their uniquely energetic brand of 1920s New Orleans jazz. With infectious, bouncing rhythms and exuberant solos they are able to invoke the true spirit and vibrancy of the prohibition era.
The vintage acoustic line-up of trombone, trumpet, clarinet, banjo and sousaphone means they can fit into tight spaces or be completely mobile and can perform indoors or out - they do love a bit of marching around to get a crowd going.
Joe Avery's Piece
Doctor Jazz - Jelly-Roll Morton
Dippermouth Blues - King Oliver
Petite Fleur - Sidney Bechet
St James' Infirmary
Tiger Rag - ODJB
At the Jazz Band Blues - Bix Beiderbecke
It's a Long Way to Tipperary
West End Blues - Louis Armstrong
Buddy's Habit - King Oliver
Jazz Me Blues - Bix Beiderbecke
Over The Rainbow
Ain't Misbehavin' - Fats Waller
When The Saints - Louis Armstrong
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