Hot Foot Jazzmen are playing and singing on the Music Train and at the Golden Pheasant pub in Plumley on Wednesday 9 March.
They play favourite foot-tapping music in the style of Swlng, Standards, Trad and Latin Jazz which people can listen to or dance and have fun to.
Their sound features Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute – and Guitar, Banjo and Vocals.
The Music Train uses one of the regular hourly services on the Mid Cheshire line. There is no charge for the event – just the price of your ordinary train ticket. Your ‘admission’ is the train fare. Other than drinks and food at the pub, there is nothing else to pay – though there is a collection for the musicians at the end.
How it works
The Music Train is arranged by the Mid-Cheshire Community Rail Partnership. The band plays on the train from Chester – we take over a carriage. At Plumley everyone alights to visit The Golden Pheasant for drinks and good food – and there is a further session from the band.
Chester Station is accessible. Parking on the station car parks costs £5.20. Parking outside the Queen Hotel and on City Road is free after 18:00.
Plumley Station is accessible. The walk to the pub is 150m. The footway alongside the road from the station to the pub is narrow and not continuous, with poor visibility over the railway bridge. The pub is fully accessible.
The Golden Pheasant is a traditional pub in the heart of rural Cheshire serving fresh, quality food and well-kept J W Lees’s real ales. In 2010 it won the brewery’s ‘Food Pub of the Year’ award. It is close to the station (it was originally the Railway Inn) and has been refurbished by its new management.
It is a popular dining venue with an attractive beamed interior. The pub serves traditional bar food alongside some great homemade dishes all day from 11:30 until 21:30 (from 12:00 until 19:45 on Sundays).