Want a professional musical duo for your event? Look no further!'
Below are some track samples of Sam & I performing - giving you the choice of having either clarinet, flute or all the instruments at your event - have a listen below.
Saxophone & Guitar
Clarinet & Guitar
Flute & Guitar
'Two for the Road' are two superb young jazz musicians based in the North of England. They recreate the classic jazz sounds of a bygone era, playing music associated by jazz greats such as Stan Getz, Benny Goodman, Charlie Parker and Miles Davis.
Sam Dunn is a versatile professional guitarist with over 20 years' performing experience, in a career that has seen him play all over the world in many different settings.
As a jazz musician Sam has toured Australia with Grammy nominated jazz pianist Judy Carmichael, and has performed at festivals across Europe, most recently at the Legnano Festival in Milan. Closer to home, Sam has performed at numerous jazz festivals around the UK, and at famous jazz venues including The Vortex Jazz Club and The Dean Street Pizza Express Jazz Club in London, Cafe Jazz in Cardiff, the Wardrobe in Leeds, the Jazzkeller in Frankfurt, Sax 'n Art in Saigon, Ned Kelly's in Hong Kong, and many more.
He's played in orchestras including NYJO (the National Youth Jazz Orchestra), Mike Garrick's Big Band, and the Guildhall Jazz Orchestra. He's worked extensively in the theatre and has toured Britain and Europe with shows including 'The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas,' 'The Kings of Swing,' 'The Glenn Miller Orchestra,' and 'The Bobby Darin Songbook.'
Sam's guitar playing has been heard on BBC Radio 3's 'Jazz Line Up,' and BBC Radio 4's 'The Gift' and in theatres and concert halls including The Royal Albert Hall and the National Theatre in London, The Opera Houses of Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Oslo, Graz, and Copenhagen, The Stables in Wavendon, The Cardiff Opera House, The Old Vic in Bristol and The Empire in Liverpool.
As a duo, Ben and Sam take up minimal space, and require no additional amplification for all but the largest venues. They require only one plug socket for light amplification, and are able to move venues with minimal fuss.