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SWING: The Fabulous Esquires Big Band Show

The talented and versatile Esquires will delight the whole family, playing a variety of music in addition to the Big Band Swing music you know and love. Stan Kenton formed the Esquires in 1958 alongside Paul Colaluca and they have been filling dance halls and events ever since.
SWING: The Fabulous Esquires Big Band Show

Time & Location

Jul 24, 8:00 PM PDT
Youtube Live Stream

About the Event

Saturday, July 24 at 8pm

SWING: The Fabulous Esquires Big Band Show

Featuring:  14 Piece Orchestra with Special Guest Vocalists

Special Performances featuring two of LA's best swing dancers

The talented and versatile Esquires will delight the whole family, playing a variety of music in addition to the Big Band Swing music you know and love. Stan Kenton formed the Esquires in 1958 alongside Paul Colaluca and they have been filling dance halls and events ever since. Now you can enjoy them on the soundstage from the comfort of your home! Join us for a swinging summer night on LAMusArt Live! with the Fabulous Esquires Big Band!

Please RSVP to receive a complimentary watch link via email one hour before the performance begins.

PROGRAM

“Leap Frog” (1945) by Joe Garland made popular by the Les Brown Orchestra 

“Fly Me to the Moon” (1954) by Bart Howard Featuring Kathleen Jequinto

“Almost Like Being in Love” (1947) from Brigadoon by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Featuring Kathleen Jequinto

“Jeep Jockey Jump” (1944) written by Jerry Gray with Bill Conway and Harold Dickinson and made popular by Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Orchestra

“Taking a Chance on Love” (1940) from Cabin in the Sky by Vernon Duke with lyrics by John La Touche and Ted Fetter  Featuring Dan Fryer

“Orange Color Sky” (1930) by Milton DeLugg and Willie Stein Featuring Kathleen Jequinto

“American Patrol” (1942) swing version by Jerry Gray Glenn Miller Orchestra by Frank White (F.W.) Meacham 

“If I Had You” (1929) by Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly, Arrangement by Benny Goodman in 1941 Featuring Dan Fryer

“Come Fly With Me” (1957) by Jimmy Van Heusen, with lyrics by Sammy Cahn Featuring Dan Fryer

“The Queen Bee” (1968) by Sammy Nestico written for the Count Basie Orchestra

“In the Mood” (1939) arrangement by Joe Garland 

“All of Me” (1931) by Irving Berlin Featuring Kathleen Jequinto and Dan Fryer

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