Bev Pegg’s Good Time Four

The ideal band for jazz clubs, Bev Pegg’s Good Time Four comprises of Roger Heeley (piano), John O’Connor (double bass) and Ken Wright (drums).  All of these great musicians know Bev’s jazz repertoire inside out meaning that the overall sound is always precise and in Bev’s own style. The band, a four piece, retains that special 1920’s/1930’s classic jazz feel. Bev Pegg and his Good Time Jazz Gang gathered together for the first time as a unit on Saturday May 3rd 1997, when they recorded the album “Take Your Fingers Off It” on P.E.K. Sound, a specialist jazz label with high reputation in the UK jazz field.  Bev’s initial album was so well received by the jazz press and enthusiasts alike, that live gigs just had to follow. The band definitely gives the crowd a “good time” with its’ well-known musical repertoire, interspersed with lots of laughs.  The band fronted by Bev on vocal, guitar and banjo, has built up its reputation as being one of the swingin’est, hottest jazz outfits in the land.