Tag Archives: Nils Olsen

Andrew London Trio in Opotiki

Carrying on the tradition of Hot Club Sandwich, The Andrew London Trio offer songs about the trivia and minutiae of daily life from the point of view of a middle-aged, middle-class, Middle Earther, delivered in a deceptively innocuous 1940’s swing style with occasional forays into folk, blues, country and hip-hop. The obvious opportunity for humour is eagerly seized upon and… Read More »

Andrew London Trio in Whakatane

Carrying on the tradition of Hot Club Sandwich, The Andrew London Trio offer songs about the trivia and minutiae of daily life from the point of view of a middle-aged, middle-class, Middle Earther, delivered in a deceptively innocuous 1940’s swing style with occasional forays into folk, blues, country and hip-hop. The obvious opportunity for humour is eagerly seized upon and… Read More »

Andrew London Trio

The Andrew London Trio is my main vehicle for my satirical, whimsical and comedic songs, which are wrapped in a 1940s ‘Hot Club’ swing, jazz, blues or country-style package. Actually they are veering a little towards English Music Hall these days. Line up includes Kirsten London on bass and usually either Nils Olsen or James Tait-Jamieson, both saxophonists.… Read More »