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Jive Aces Honoured

The six-piece swing outfit was formed in 1989

Congratulations to The Jive Aces who have been awarded the Best Band accolade at 2018’s Boisdale Music Awards. The awards are in recognition of bands and artistes booked for Boisdale’s high-class eateries in London’s Canary Wharf, Mayfair, Bishopsgate and Belgravia and the Jive Aces’ fellow winners included Alexander O’Neal and Donovan. The smiling Aces received their award from fellow boogie-woogie and big band maestro Jools Holland. Cheers all!

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