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I especially enjoyed the female vocalist that night. Please keep on playing.[/one_half]We saw your lovely lady in red at the Ellen Theater in Bozeman. And thank you, too, for the addition of similar music to Glenn Miller. We’re hoping you’ll come to Billings, Montana soon. He was overwhelmed with your performance and his memories.
Can you email me her name and does she have any recordings available? He is forgetful at times but remembers every word to the songs.
Thank you also for educating and inspiring our interest in the wonderful music of an incredible era.
I am so happy I was able to see my all time FAVORITE jazz band live 🙂 I may have been the only 17 year old in the audience but I didn’t care- In The Mood was my absolute favorite song and I am so excited I got to see you guys play!
Third year in a row my wife and I attended and as always the evening was fantastic.
Especially love the historical background for some of the songs that Nick talks about in his introductions.
I even got to talk to the trombone section (my instrument also). For those of us who love the sounds of the Big Band Era, your shows are always a treat.
It was a very exciting and inspirational experience and I will be definitely be attending another one soon 🙂It was a real treat listening to your performance on Sept. It brought back memories of that big band sound in the 30’s & 40’s. Best wishes and much continued success.performance. He has always been a big fan of Glenn Miller and Jimmy Dorsey.
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