Six to try: hot bar bands in Doha

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Dunes has introduced a new Australian duo who perform a blend of soul, pop and modern jazz. They’ll be entertaining crowds in the bar until the end of the year.
On Tue-Sat. Open daily 5pm-2am. Grand Hyatt, West Bay Lagoon (4448 1234).

Dominick Farinacci Quartet
From September 2-28 the four jazz artists that make up this group will be performing on piano, drums, bass and vibraphones in Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Open Mon-Sat 7pm-2.30am, three live performances nightly. The St Regis Doha, West Bay Lagoon (4446 0000).

Buggy Nakhente and the Fully Loaded band
These talented performers will be returning with singer Rhesa Garnes to The St Regis for Reggae on the beach. There’s no entry charge.
On Wed-Fri, 8.30pm-midnight. The St Regis, West Bay (4446 0105).

This French-African singer, writer and composer with 20 years of musical experience up her sleeve will be bringing her talented voice to The Lounge so you can relax to her smooth sounds. She’s also currently producing, writing and recording her first album ‘Free’ which blends her roots of soul, jazz and world music.
On Sun. Open daily noon-2am. Kempinski Residences & Suites (4405 3325).

The Cantarelas Trio
This threesome released their first album in 1999. They perform a range of music from authentic Cuban to an extensive catalogue of international tunes. They currently play at Latin American churrascaria themed restaurant, Rodizio.
On from Sun-Fri, 7,30pm-10.30pm. Crowne Plaza – The Business Park, Al Matar Street (4408 7777).

The new resident band in the Jazz Club blends jazz, blues and funk for a smooth fusion sound.
Open Mon-Sat 7pm-2am. Oryx Rotana, Umm Ghuqwaylina (4402 333).

By Time Out Doha staff
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