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New Legacy Swing Band

Date/Time

May 24, 2014
07:30 PM

Description

New Legacy Swing Band will close Friends of Music's seventy-eighth season with the distinct rhythms and sounds of American swing music. With the velvet quality of five saxophones, the brilliance of six brass, one of the region's most experienced rhythm sections and one sultry-voiced jazz vocalist, the New Legacy Swing Band recreates the great swing classic sounds of the Big Band Era. Begun in the early '90s as "The Little Swing Band," the band has evolved into one of Northern New England's most sought-after dance orchestras. You’ll want to jive, boogie-woogie and Lindy Hop right out of your seats!

Cost

$25

Location

View map Kingswood Arts Center
21 McManus Road
Wolfeboro, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Wolfeboro Friends of Music

Phone

(603) 569-2151

Contact email

info@wfriendsofmusic.org

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