Bridge Jazz Club

The Bridge Jazz Club is a popular monthly jazz night hosted by excellent saxophonist Pete Canter. The club meets on the first Wednesday of each month in the Voodoo Lounge at Exeter Phoenix. The format is an opening set from Pete on saxophone with a guest rhythm section, followed by a jam session.

Club nights begin at 8.30pm and entry is £8 on the door or £4 for musicians taking part in the jam session. This includes a free raffle.

Musicians wanting to take part in the jam session should bring concert charts for the rhythm section and sign up on the jammer’s sheet when they arrive. Depending on how many people want to play, players of front line instruments might expect to play 1 or 2 tunes. There is often a mass rendition of the blues or a jazz standard or two to close the evening. The Bridge Jazz Club welcomes players of all levels of experience and makes everyone welcome.

Support the Bridge Jazz Club:

The Bridge Jazz Club stays afloat and is able to pay the house band and the room hire at Exeter Phoenix from the proceeds of the door charge. You can help to support the club by donating raffle prizes (wine, new or used jazz CDs, jazz books etc), by buying extra raffle tickets at £1 each, by helping Pete with setting up/putting away chairs and tables. You also support the club and help ensure that it continues to thrive by turning up to listen as often as you can and by encouraging your friends to come along.


Wed 4th July: Pete Canter saxophone, Steph Wills keys, Kevin Sanders double bass, Matt Evans drums, + jam session

Wed 1st Aug: Pete Canter saxophone, Ralf Dorrell double bass, +2, + jam session

Wed 5th Sept: Pete Canter saxophone, James Clemas keys, Jim Rintoul double bass + drums, + jam session

Wed 3rd Oct: Pete Canter saxophone, +3, + jam session

Wed 7th Nov: Pete Canter saxophone, +3, + jam session

Wed 5th Dec: Pete Canter saxophone, +3, + jam session

Follow the Bridge Jazz Club on Twitter at @BJazzCExeter

Join the Bridge Jazz Club Facebook Group



Jazz Club, Exeter, Devon, UK,  jam session