Bands will be listed for Lindypendance
Week: Pride to Fillmore Jazz Fest this link-click here
SFBF Bands tba
Friday Fil Lorenz Orchestra
Saturday Emily Anne's Delights
Sunday Slim Jenkins will be filling in as we
cannot provide you with our other favoriet band Stompy Jones.
Our apologies for last minute change.
Rachel Jordan (Austin), Roy (SF), Trevor (south bay), Autum
(SF), Nathan Sartain (San Diego); Kenny Russell (Hawaii);
Ben Nathan (SFLX), Naomi (SF-Lindy in the Park), Ryan (south
bay), Josh & Emily McLaughlin (Portland); Shannon (Sacramento),
Hep Jen (SF via Seattle & Florida); Nathan Dias (SF),
Augie (LA), Arnold (SF), Nick Centino (Santa Barbara), Sue
Kearny (east bay), Lila Desatoff (Anaheim), Burnie Gipson
(SF), and more tba!
out Betty Boop here comes:
her out at Fillmore Jazz Festival Swing U stage...
Check out her kicking version of Honeysuckle Rose & Pennies
from Heaven: http://www.myspace.com/missemilyannesgigs
youtube emily anne's delights
Pan Alley Gal Troubadour.
She plays 20's-30's Jazz so hot your shoes will melt
and 40's standards
so simply and sweetly while others will be swung with the
hottest of rhythms.
Past bands have included:Campus
Sartain-San Diego; Kenny Russell-Hawaii;
Steven Marchioni San Diego; Josh & Emily
Mcgloflin Portland; Shannon-Sacramento,
Hep Jen-SF via Seattle & Florida; Nate
from SF via South Bay, Chris Lee
of SF/Seattle/?, James
Bradley Blues-SF; Roy Blues-SF;
Shannon-Sacramento, Hep Jen-SF via
Seattle & Florida; Nate from SF via South
to the Stompy
Jones by clicking here!
best and fastests Jump Blues!
Jones (formerly Swing Session) is a San Francisco based sextet,
renowned for their jumpin' rhythm, wailing improvisations,
hip charm and explosive stage show. Whether appearing at a
posh supper club, concert hall, festival or down the road
a piece, the solid sounds of these journeymen of jump are
delivered in the romping, joyous, overwhelming style of jazz
that came to be known as Rock and Roll!
Although the band was formed in 1998, its members are all
veteran musicians, well steeped in the traditions of Swing,
Boogie Woogie and early Rhythm and Blues!
Jelly Roll Souls are the youngest swinginist
and soulfullest band around today. Born from the collaborative
visionary efforts of Lech Wierzynski(Trumpet and Vocals),
and Nansamba Ssensalo (Drums), the JRS's deliver a sound
thats as joyous and funky as a New Orleans street parade,
down-home as a Delta juke joint, and fresh and sweet as
a Carolina peach. Working with some the finest musicians
in the bay area, the Jelly Roll Souls will not only keep
your feet moving, but also delight your ears and most of
all, soothe your soul.
other band just won SF Weekly's best Soul artist.
in SF to look out for...
of Indigo Swing)
of Indigo Swing)
to the Indigo
Swing by clicking
Beatty creates faster bands than Indigo Swing!
Born in Berkelely, California, was invited to
join the back-up band for a local soul group,
The Numonics. Styled after the singing group
'The Temptations'. Since then he has continued
on his musical journey, studying and playing
a wide variety of music, from classical piano
repertoire to blues, r&b, gospel and jazz.
As a five-year member of a band led by the fine
saxophonist Jules Broussard, William honed his
skills, and upon leaving he began leading his
own group, Countdown, which worked for many
years as the house band at a popular night spot
on Union Street in San Francisco. It was here
that he met the talented vocalists Nicolas Bearde.
William's experience as a touring musician is
highlighted most recently by four years' traveling
with the band Indigo Swing. From 1996 to 2000,
the band recorded three CD's with William as
the principle composer and arranger. Indigo
Swing toured throughout the United States, Canada,
England and Europe. They performed with Lionel
Hampton and Rosemary Clooney at the Stuttgart
Jazz Festival in Germany, shared a touring bill
with The Brian Setzer Orchestra, and had songs
placed in the movie 'The Bachelor', and on the
TV series Nash Bridges. He continues to Swing
San Francisco with various bands of his own
and as a guest in other bands including: Corner
Pocket and Big B and his Snake Oil Saviors...
Stout and his Campus 5 featuring Hilary Alexander of
the National Jitterubug Championships @ Camp Hollywood
out thier CDs, "Jammin' the Blues" and "Crazy
to samples of the Campus Five's albums!
is the real deal - a band carrying on the legacy of
the great swing era small groups" - Ted Gottsegen,
Just Jazz Guitar Magazine, Feb. 04
of those few bands on the scene today that may proudly
wear a medallion that says, 'Real Jazz'" - Jeff
Parker, DJ and Host of "Parker's Place" on
KAAT, 103.1 FM
Campus Five have given us some great Jazz, Swing and
Dance tunes that we might not otherwise get to hear,
apart from the originals" - Jesse Gearhart, DJ
and host of "Swing Cat's Ball" on KCBX FM90)
Frisky Frolics are truley 1920's-30's Tin Pan Alley
to the Frisky
Frolics by clicking
dapper dressers and syncopating songsters have a knack
for giving every composition an appropriate treatment.
Some numbers are played ever so simply and sweetly
while others will be swung with the hottest of rhythms.
The Frisky Frolics are an ideal "hotcha"
band, full of color and up-to-date in the latest 20’s
style; a sheer delight to see, listen or dance to!
This wily, 5-piece, ukulele-driven troupe specializes
in long-forgotten musical gems of the 1920-30’s.
Self-described Tin Pan Alley Troubadours, they have
lovingly mined through their 78 record collections
and come up with a lively and varied set of songs,
combining favorite familiar standards such as Louise
and Paper Moon, with obscure and novelty numbers like,
Cake Eatin’ Man and I Wish I Could Shimmy Like
My Sister Kate.
Voted “Best Band for the New Depression”
by the Bay Guardian’s Best of the Bay, 2001
and; SF Weekly Wammie Nominees, the Frisky Frolics
continually perform their “new” musical
discoveries to a growing legion of enthusiastic fans
from their home base, The Rite Spot in San Francisco.
Refund policy: Transfers are accepted up to November 24th. Schedule,
Instructors, and Venues subject to change depending on registration
and Maximum Occupancy limits!
Venues, dances, contests, prizes, pricing,
schedule, and bands subject to change for your dancing pleasure