Jan Korinek is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer based in Prague. His biggest passion is blues music and genres connected to Blues-Soul, Gospel, Funk and Jazz. Other than Groovekeepers, his main projects at this time are the Sweet Emma Band with Chicago gospel-jazz singer Chanda Rule, musical director of the swing band Organ Grinders and founder of organ quartet with guitar player-singer Chris Cain. His past work includes cooperation with George Freeman, Kirk Lightsey, Lorenzo Thompson, Carlos Johnson and many others. Since embarking on a career as a professional saxophonist in his teens, Osian Roberts has performed in over twenty five countries, gaining experience with such jazz giants as Cedar Walton, George Mraz, Peter Ind, Hod O'Brien, Kirk Lightsey and Peter Washington, and developing in the process a unique voice on his instrument that is firmly rooted in the bebop and blues tradition. Osian is also running his own record label, Hard Bop Records based in the UK. Ben Hague has been associated with the Prague jazz scene as a guest drummer with various Czech jazz groups for over ten years, focusing on bop, swing, blues and straight-ahead styles. He has guested with leading players including Osian Roberts, Jan Kořinek, Dušo Baroš, Ondřej Štveráček, Lorenzo Thompson, Alice Bauer and Steve Walsh. He now leads a Prague-based bop sextet specializing in 1940s and 50s bebop and hard bop, The "Bohemia After Dark" project.
Jazz Dock´s ten meters long futuristic bar is full of traditional and proven drinks and cocktails as well as specialities and news for anyone with fantasy. You can enjoy also Jazz Dock kitchen´s delicatessen and treat yourself a tasty dinner, all the time during musical production.