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That Swing Sensation Big Band

18 Bellflower Gardens
G53 7XD
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Live Swing, Big Band and jazz music made famous by the likes of Miller, Ellington, Basie and Sinatra for weddings, dinners, charity balls, festivals and functions in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ayr, Stirling, Perth and across Scotland.

Why not wow your guests with a themed Rat Pack or Sinatra night or a classic World War II evening with all of that Miller Magic. Performers for the current Guinness World Tea Dance record with regular productions at the Edinburgh Fringe and organisers of popular monthly Big Band dance nights the band is able to adapt to most venues and prides itself on being able to put together a programme that will be enjoyed by everyone whether their taste lies with big band, swing, ballroom, jive or good old Rock and Roll.

Videos and photographs from recent events are available on the website.

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