Wild Card

Clement Regert is a French guitarist from Paris. Since he moved to London in 2005, Clement has played in numerous venues and festivals in the UK such as The London jazz Festival, London Latin-Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scott, 606 club, Pizza Express Soho, Cadogan Hall, Jazz café Posk, The Teignmouth and Marlborough Jazz festival or the Canary Wharf jazz Festival and collaborated with the likes of Lianne Carroll, Tim Garland, Binker Goldings, Natalie Williams, Dennis Rollins, Denys Baptiste, Mark Mondesir, Andrew McCormack, Robert Mitchell, Ross Stanley, Duncan Eagles or Jim Watson to name just a few.

He founded Wild Card and recorded/produced his debut album “Mixity” in 2008.

Clement Regert is Broadly travelling the same nu-Jazz path as Italy's Nicola Conte but takes a better solo.” Evening Standard.

Sophie Alloway is one of the most in demand drummer in the UK.

She has toured the UK, Australia, and new Zealand with Roots Manuva, As well as performing on later with Jools Holland, Mercury Music Prize, BBC Introducing and playing festival such as London Jazz Festival, Glastonbury and Bestival. She has also toured with the Michael Jackson musical “Thriller”.

Recording session for Roots Manuva, Wild Card, Hazel O'Connor, Wagga Man/Theo Gordon (producer), John Hogg as well as numerous recordings as a jazz drummer.

Originally from Australia now residing in London since 2004. Andrew Noble performs across town with a variety of jazz groove and Latin projects.

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