dance orchestra

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Robert Saint, second left, composer of Gresford, with the Kensington Dance Orchestra
Enthusiast Sutton includes the particulars for each pseudonym and recording, which is no small feat in such cases as the Majestic Dance Orchestra or Eddie Gordon's Band, and also supplies the legal names of performers and the label groups, along with selected references and a performer index.
Michael Andrew & Swingerhead is the featured band tonight, followed next week with the Swingin' Deacons, then Johnny Crawford's Vintage Dance Orchestra.
Paul Whiteman (1890-1967) was the most popular dance orchestra leader in America in the 1920s, and surely one of the most controversial figures in American popular music.
Although I remember Edmundo Ros singing it, the only two listings I can find are The Squadronaires Dance Orchestra with Jimmy Miller (Decca F9067) and Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra with Ziggy Talent (HMV BD 6031)
His ensembles include a busy dance orchestra for which he maintains a large collection of authentic orchestrations.
Over the years he has played across the area with various dierent groups and now performs with the New Horizons Dance Orchestra.
Founding member of Coventry Meridians Dance Orchestra.
He made his first public appearance while still at college, singing and playing guitar for the Ian Ralfini Dance Orchestra at the Bournemouth Pavilion.
Now it's teaming up with Pink Martini, right - billed as "somewhere between a 1930s Cuban dance orchestra, classical chamber music ensemble, Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir".
The 12-piece ensemble's music is cosmopolitan, contagious and often difficult to categorize: the group suggests its style lies somewhere between 1930s Cuban dance orchestra, a classical chamber music ensemble, a Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir.
The classy band pitch themselves somewhere between 1930s dance orchestra and world music exotica and have seen their current album, Hey Eugene, make it into the mainstream chart in the UK, across Europe and in the USA.
THE Berkley Street Dance Orchestra will be turning back the clock to the glory days of swing with an afternoon tea dance on Sunday.
She performed in concert with the late Charles "Honi" Coles, created the American Tap Dance Orchestra, and has appeared as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Smithsonian Institute, and the Kennedy Center.
He will be accompanied by the equally talented Michael Law, singer, pianist and founder in 1988 of the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra.