Jazz Funeral


Thelma Brazier (British Humanist Association)

I would like to thank you all for the great music you played today in the ceremony at Inkberrow Village Hall.
There was no time to talk to you afterwards as we were obviously off to the green burial ground.  I have had Jazz played "live" before in ceremonies, but never so many of you and certainly never so good.
I will keep your details in case another family require something similar.
Grateful thanks once again - and keep it going!

Gill, Bob and Alex Waugh. Bridgnorth.

My sincere thanks to you and the "boys" for travelling over to Bridgnorth for what proved to be a windy corner at St Marys on the occasion of my father's funeral.
My brothers and I, as well as the many mourners present, thought that the Eureka Jazz Band gave John Waugh a wonderful "send-off".
So, on behalf of my brothers and I: THANK YOU.

Sandy Walsh

I want to thank you and the band for making it such a wonderful send-off for my lovely Mom.  Everyone commented on what a wonderful send-off we gave her and you were very much part of that.
Your playing at both the crematorium and the wake was perfect in every way - the choice of songs and the mood you created.
I know how much my mother enjoyed herself when you played at her 80th and eight years later she would have loved the fact that you were playing for her again.

Anne & Anthony Prosser. Solihull.

We were all thrilled with the atmosphere you and the members of Eureka created.  Thank you very much.
Many people have commented on the Jazz in their letters.