"2point4" is an acoustic music band who perform original and traditional roots music with a jazzy-swing blues flavour and songs ranging from humorous to social commentary. The duo Dominic Abrams and Geoff Sandiford having been playing music together for 43 years. In 2017 Dominic Sandiford became their drummer.

Following their successful performance in the student union bar at Christchurch University Canterbury, the band are looking forward to playing at the Cambridge Folk Club on Friday 27th March 2020.

BACKGROUND

Dominic Abrams and Geoff Sandiford met in Manchester University folk club in 1977 and have been playing music together ever since. The original name of the band was "The Point". This line up included Michael Whitehead on drums and they recorded a session at the BBC in 1982. When the original name was taken up by another band, the band name was changed to "2point4", Dominic Abrams and Geoff Sandiford being the "2" and various musicans being the "4" and in some cases the "3". Past musicians include; Adrian Hackford on violin, Adrian Madden on drums and Kevin Clark on bass.

LATEST VIDEOS

"Middle Man", written by Dominic Abrams in 2017

"Pretend Reel", written by Dominic Abrams in 2014

"Due To You", written by Dominic Abrams in 2018

"Don't Sell It (Don't Give It Away)", written by Oscar "Buddy" Woods in 1930

PAST VIDEOS

"Minor Swing", written by Django Reinhardt in 1939

"All Of Me", written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931

"Deep Elham Blues", written by The Shelton in Brothers 1933

"Lime House Blues", written by Philip Braham in 1922

"Because I Want To", written by Geoff Sandiford in 1980

"Miss Incandesence", written by Geoff Sandiford in 2013

"Temporary Infatuation", written by Geoff Sandiford in 1982

"Sweet Georgia Brown", written by Ben Bernie and Maceo Pinkard in 1925

"Face In You Hair", written by Geoff Sandiford in 1980

"If I Had The Time To", written by Dominic Abrams in 1982

"Swing 39", written by Django Reinhardt in 1939

"It Don't Mean A Thing", written by Duke Ellington in 1931

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