Following the festival's success last year , the event was extended to a three-day festival which showcased a range of local talent.
More than 500 people turned out each day to hear musicians, including well-known bands , play from Friday (August 18) to Sunday (August 20).
Dick Esmond, founder of the event at Drayton Court, said the event was "very successful" and was great for the community.
He said: "The three-day event meant we increased the amount of musicians and bands playing to 89 musicians in 12 bands and five duos.
"We had very large crowds, the weather wasn't good but that didn't stop the people coming to enjoy the music."
He added: "One of the best things about this festival is it celebrates local talent and the standard of the playing is just world-class.
"It was a wonderful experience for everyone, the event really is going from strength to strength.
"Drayton Court is a fantastic host and its staff really did a wonderful job throughout the weekend."
Mr Esmond initially set up the festival in response to Ealing Council's cuts to Ealing Jazz Festival, which he set up 30 years ago in the Plough Inn.
The council had capped the spending of the festival at £72,000 due to the "poor" attendance for the three days it chose to cut.
Mr Esmond said the launch of the new jazz festival in Drayton Court takes the event back to its "grass roots".
"Everyone is disappointed in how the festival turned out in Walpole Park and I decided to do something about it," he said.
"I thought, let's get back to the roots of what the jazz festival is about and really champion local talent.
"It's much more enjoyable when it's back to the great days of the old jazz festival, when there was a fantastic community spirit.
"It was free admission in those days, as it is now, and we did it as an amenity for the people of the local community to enjoy.
"Jazz is in abundance in Ealing, hence the success of the festival, it gives local musicians a chance to perform on their own turf."
Bands and musicians to play at this year's festival included Nick Milss' Blue Note Project, Dick Esmond's Sound of 17 big band, Winston Morson's Off The Cuff and Ken McCarthy Quintet.
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