From a desire to find events in the North of the UK that would provide the missing style of music for people wanting Rhythm Blues/Rock “N” Roll, Pounding Big Band Swing and Western Swing Big Beat Boogie.

First came “The Sunrise Club” at The Banners Building Sheffield in the early 90’s playing to full houses and packed dance floors with music supplied mainly from DJ nights with Paul Blackbourn Martin Kettle, then bands like Deacon Jones the Sinners attracting capacity audiences. But sadly after only a couple of years the room was lost and with it the supply of that style of night.

A few years past and the memory of those nights created a burning desire to do it all again. The Rhythm Review Sheffield name was created by yours truly Paul Blackbourn. This time, with co organizer Ian Hartley, we found probably one of the best venues for this type of night “The Sheffield Companions Club”. With it’s low ceiling, perfect proportioned room, stage, great dance floor and booth type seating giving authentic feeling of the era, data recovery sugar grove il

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not to mention the fantastic atmosphere.

The Rhythm Review was different to the first venture, as we would be hosting mostly live band events with one annual DJ night. With bands:- The Jive Aces, The Big Heat, The Cadillac Kings, Deacon Jones the Sinners, Maria Vincent the Millionaires and Big Boy Bloater to name but a few, and topped up with the finest Dj ing from Paul, Ian and guest DJ’s it is a superb night. See our reviews page.
If this wasn’t enough, we went one step further and staged the best value and biggest Swing /Jump jive event ever held in the North of the UK “THE SWING CATS BALL” featuring each time not one, but two bands:- a 20 piece big band and a smaller jump jive band making a huge night of Jump Jive, Boogie and Swing enjoyed by over 450 people. Swing Cats Ball from the outset has been a roaring success, so get your ticket for the next Ball or move in on the next Rhythm Review Sheffield night and “Let The Good Times Roll”

If you’re looking for a mighty Jumpin’ Swingin’ Rockin’ Boogie night out, you need look no further than THE RHYTHM REVIEW.
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