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RUM RUNNER REUNION PART 2

The Mill, 29 Lower Trinity Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AG


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Date
26 December 2019 - 27 December 2019
Doors Open
20:00
Event Ends
03:00
Age Restriction
25 AND OVER
Dress Code
SMART CASUAL
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Description

Returns For Christmas Party

ORIGINAL Rum Runner DJ Shaun Williams continues 40th year celebration of Birmingham's legendary jazz-funk nights at The Mill, Digbeth on Boxing day 26th December 2019, back by public demand following the success of the Rum Runner Reunion Part I.

The Rum Runner nightclub has a well-documented legacy as a hub of the New Romantic music scene and birthplace of Duran Duran. Less widely known is the pivotal role it simultaneously played in the UK's jazz dance movement and Birmingham's black heritage.

Acknowledged as an early pioneer of this scene, DJ Shaun Williams' Monday Rum Runner sessions, showcasing the latest jazz-fusion, funk and soul imports, became a staple of the country's underground jazz dance culture.

Williams said, "Coachloads of clubbers travelled from across the UK to "battle" on the dance floor with Birmingham's highly regarded dancers.

It was an electric fusion of cutting-edge music, footwork and fashion, and for that era, a rare space where a mixed crowd were welcome to express their creativity freely.

This music is timeless, and I'm so excited to see its rightful return to popularity with new generations of music lovers. Everyone is welcome to come along for the experience, and I can't wait to spin the vinyl for this special night."

As Williams' return to the big stage continues with a performance at Mostly Jazz 2019, this promises to be a festive celebration of this extraordinary subculture and its place in Birmingham's musical history.

Also featuring:

DJ Deb Joy (Global Soul Radio)

DJ Eon Irving (Crackers Radio)

DJ Eric X (Powerhouse/Electric Ballroom/Rock City)

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