Welcome to the Dr Zebo's Wheezy Club website. We're an acoustic swing trio of guitar, fiddle and double bass, based in Wiltshire/Bath .
We play good-time, swingy, jazzy, folky stuff. One minute you are in the 1930s with an old Ellington, Fletcher Henderson or Stuff Smith number and then you're listening to a Bob Wills' fiddle tune (possibly with a Tom Waits' song squeezed in between)!
If you book Dr Zebo's Wheezy Club we promise an enjoyable, hassle-free evening (or afternoon) of great, foot-tapping music - fantastic in a pub, brilliant at a wedding reception, ideal at a garden-party, birthday do, club, festival, fete, function.....untried at a tupperware party (but game).
“They came to the Westbury Festival last night. Musically very talented, incredible playing with amazing arrangements of tunes from all eras but anchored in 20s & 30s. Musical styles from all over (often in the same piece!). Hugely entertaining with plenty of very funny "heckling" of each other and the audience. Three guys who just light up a room. Can't recommend them highly enough. [They really seem to enjoy being very good at what they do which is infectious - or they have worked out how to fake it so well that they had a delighted audience completely fooled!]" - Ian Cunningham - Chair Westbury Festival
Find Dr Zebo
Appearing as a duo, playing throughout the afternoon and evening.
Playing in the garden on another fine Summer's evening (hopefully).
New venue for Dr Zebo's... looking forward to playing to the un-initiated
Playing in the garden on a fine Summer's evening (hopefully).
Veg Fest UK Bristol 2018
Bradford Roots Festival
Box Office: 01225 860100 email@example.com
Floor spots available too
Westbury Music Festival
Please see the Westbury Festival website: http://www.westburyfestival.org.uk/event/dr-zebo?instance_id=45
Carnival On The Canal
Run by K&A Canal Trust as part of Devizes Festival Fortnight. The event is from 6.30 to 10pm - we are playing 7.00 - 8.15pm.
Enjoy yet another relaxing Summer evening of music in the garden of the fabulous Wheelwright's Arms at Monkton Combe.