jazz band


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Noun1.jazz band - a small band of jazz musiciansjazz band - a small band of jazz musicians  
dance band, dance orchestra, band - a group of musicians playing popular music for dancing
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jazz band

nbanda f jazz inv
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A JUVENILE jazz band has risen like a phoenix - and adopted a very appropriate name.
*Faith Allendorf: Band, Jazz Band, Chorus, Madrigals, Musical, Quad-State Choral, and All-District Choral
1917: The Dixie Jazz Band One-Step was the world's first jazz record to be released - ironically by the all-white Original Dixieland Jazz Band.
There will also be an eclectic mix of UK music such as the Eagle Jazz Band, originally formed in 1951, and local jazz bands such as the Dumfries and Galloway Youth Jazz Orchestra.
The Sachal Jazz Band's concert at Katara on Monday evening.
TheSteppin' Out Jazz band will be back at the Zaatar Food and Arts restaurant in Nicosia on Friday to present some of the greatest film soundtracks from movie history along with other tunes.
As well as South Shields Golden Eagles and Felling Fusiliers, other bands included Walker Majestics, Simonside Mariners, Wallsend Rising Sun Legionnaires, Howdon Hussars, Willington Revellers, and the Old Tyme Has Beens Jazz Band.
This was the golden age of the jazz band when songs like When The Saints Go Marching In and the theme tune to TV's Z-Cars were high on the repertoire of any selfrespecting band.
A COMMUNITY jazz band have been "torn apart" after their inspirational leader died suddenly.
A live performance from the Panama Jazz Band to kick off your weekend.
Charles Wilson, a member of River City Jazz Band and The Tuxedo Jazz Band among many others, passed away at Wrexham Maelor Hospital following several months of bad health.