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“SWING STREET” GLENN TADINA BIG BAND is a 16-piece band with 5 Saxophones 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, a piano, bass, drums. We also have a male and female vocalist to add to the band.

 

Our repertoire includes many of the Big Band arrangements of Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Les Brown, Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey, Harry James, Ray Anthony, Duke Ellington, Gene Krupa, Neal Hefti, Sy Zentner, Duke Ellington,Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and Billy May. We play the dance rhythms of Swing, Fox-trot, 30’s & 40’s pop, Waltzes, Twist, Polkas, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Bossa Nova, Tango and Samba.


7-Piece Swing Band with vocalist

 

 

 

“SWING STREET” GLENN TADINA BAND performs as a four or five piece combo, with or without vocalist. It does not have the full Big Band sound of 16 musicians, however we can supply you with the same type of danceable music on a smaller scale. Our four-piece combo consists of piano, bass, drums and I perform on the clarinet, alto and tenor Saxophones. For the five-piece combo we add a trumpet to the ensemble. A vocalist is also available with the band.

 
   
 
                     


 

4-piece combo  




"SWING STREET” DIXIELAND BAND
is a 7-piece Dixieland Band with instrumentation of clarinet, tenor Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba, piano, drums. We can add a vocalist to the band. With this band we can also mix in a variety of Swing, Waltzes, Rumba, Cha-Cha and other Latin-Rhythm dances.

     
               


“SWING STREET” POLKA BAND specializes in the fun music of the polka, schottische and a variety of waltzes. Instrumentation of our Polka Band is two clarinets, two trumpets, a trombone, tuba, drums. A vocalist and an accordion or piano can be added to the band. If you are planning an OcktoberFest or Beer Garden event this is the band you need.

 

 
 
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Updated March 15, 2012