music

Ealing Jazz at The Moon & Maybe

Live Jazz every other Wednesday in Ealing. Performances from some of London's best Jazz musicians who regularly perform at venues like Ronnie Scott's.

Planned for every other Wednesday but check via Ealing Jazz at The Moon & Maybe Facebook page for planned dates.

 

The Moon & Maybe
56-58 St Mary's Rd,
Ealing, W5 5EY

 

Gardonyi's

In a time where most high-street music shops have been lost to the internet, we love this little family run local music shop.

Selling musical instruments, sheet music, music lessons and general advice, this friendly shop is a gem for any lover of music.

 

84 St Mary's Rd,
Ealing, W5 5EX

 

Sounds Original

A must-visit shop for any self respecting music fan and turn-table enthusiast. Stocking top quality records from the 1950's to the 1990’s.

We can never pass Sounds Original record shop on South Ealing Road (number 169) without popping in. They specialise in top quality vinyls (including first and second pressing originals) and they’re also happy to help source if you’ve got any gaps in your collection! A must visit for any analogue music fan.

 

169 South Ealing Road,
Ealing, W5 4QP

020 8560 1155
soundsoriginal@aol.com

 

The Musical Museum

Kid Friendly

'The Musical Museum contains one of the world's foremost collections of self-playing musical instruments.

From the tiniest of clockwork music boxes to the Mighty Wurlitzer the collection embraces an impressive and comprehensive array of sophisticated reproducing pianos, orchestrions, orchestrelles, residence organs and violin players.'

 

399 High Street,
Brentford, TW8 0DU

 

The Ealing Club

'Ealing is recognised as the home of British Rhythm & Blues, a music scene that started thanks to Alexis Korner, Cyril Davies and their group Blues Incorporated. Musicians from British rock bands such as The Rolling Stones, Manfred Mann, The Animals, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, The Yardbirds, Cream, The Who all grew around the initial success and encouragement of Blues Incorporated. 

At the end of the 60's Jimi Hendrix would purchase his guitar amps from the Marshall shop, just a couple of miles from the "Cradle of Rhythm & Blues" i.e The Ealing Club. Hanwell community centre hosted key rehearsals by Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and The Who. Regular live music is returning to Ealing, whose festivals have helped keep LIVE MUSIC where it is deserved. Come join us to celebrate future music history in West London.'

OPEN Ealing

OPEN Ealing

'Our aim is to introduce a refreshing cultural space and exciting arts programmes to the community by bringing artists, performers, art groups and residents together, promoting creativity and creating new opportunities.'

Live music at The North Star

Live music, every Saturday from 8pm

43 The Broadway,
London, W5 5JN

020 8579 0863

 

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