Among Australia’s best traditional jazz rings was formed in Brisbane in 1973 by saxophonist Andy Jenner (b. 12 July 1943, Cheshire, Britain). Early staff also included John Braben (cornet), Mike Hawthorne (trombone), Jo Bloomfield (piano), Vic Sanderson (banjo), Ron Hawkins (bass), and Duke McMaster (drums), and in the beginning of their profession they kept a residency in the Brisbane Carlton Resort. In March 1974 the music group formed the Classic Jazz Culture of Brisbane and managed successfully in the Twelfth Night time Theatre Golf club for six years. In 1975 the music group released their debut – AWARE OF The Band FROM THE Vintage Jazz Culture Of Brisbane. The recording was well received and presented the driving, essential sound of the machine playing traditional early jazz requirements. In 1981 the music group opened their personal jazz golf club, Jabbo’s, in Brisbane, where these were frequently featured numerous guests including Bob Barnard, John Sangster, Graeme Bell, Paul Furniss, Acker Bilk, Tom Baker and John R.T. Davies. The machine also backed many international site visitors including Stéphane Grappelli, Kenny Baker as well as the Dutch Golf swing College Music group. The Classic Jazz And Blues Music group’s achievement peaked in the middle-80s when the fundamental line-up was Tich Bray (b. 22 Dec 1924, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, d. 1988) who replaced Jenner, John Braben, Mike Hawthorne, Bob Watson (drums), John Cox (banjo), and Paula Cox (vocals). Jabbo’s shut in 1985 as well as the music group then enjoyed an extended residency on the St. Pauls Tavern. In the 90s the clothing performed less often, usually for particular engagements and reunions. The Classic Jazz And Blues Music group was among Australia’s most long lasting groups in the original jazz genre. Performing traditional early jazz and blues with sense and authenticity, it had been never significantly less than motivating and was frequently dynamic.