The Sam Every
Wow with a full 19-piece Big Band lineup!
One of the most exciting young big bands in the country, who are well versed in performing everything from old school Sinatra, Dean Martin and Ella Fitzgerald arrangements of Songbook classics as well as luring you to the dance floor with original big band arrangements of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and more!
Perfect for your big corporate event to wow your guests with a full 19 piece big band. Bring back the roaring 20s with classic traditional jazz big band, or get everyone up and boogieing with the sounds of the 60s all the way
About The Sam Every Big Band:
Sam Every is a British arranger, conductor and drummer based in London, Uk. Having most
recently written for Ella Henderson, M22 and the Sugababes, the Cornish born arranger,
conductor, and band leader formed the Sam Every Big Band in the first year of his studies at the
Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
The band have since gone on to sell out every single one of their London club gigs, including multiple sold out audiences at prestigious venues like Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, The Pizza Express Jazz Club, the Spice of Life Club and the Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club. They’ve worked with a number of award winning names on the jazz circuit, including Sara Colman and scottish artist Luca Manning and have recently made their festival headline debut at the Twinwood Festival in Bedford.
The band itself is composed of some of the top young jazz talent in the country including
multiple finalists and winners of the BBC Young Jazz Musician of the year. A culmination of top
musicians who regularly perform across the west end and alongside some of the biggest names
in the music industry .
Performing brand new, original arrangements - done especially for the
band by Sam - the band bring their unique modern big band sound to a huge variety of genres
“[Every] Offers a quality of writing, performance and production value far beyond his years”
Malcolm Edmonstone (international recording artist - Gary Barlow, Strictly Come Dancing)
“Channeling echoes of Quincy Jones and the 70s - Every’s arrangements sound like forgotten classics for a new generation”