We're not really a "wedding band"... but we play FABULOUS WEDDINGS!
Let the SAINTS OF SWING turn your party into an event you'll remember for a lifetime. Fresh... exciting... this Hudson Valley/New York Metropolitan area-based "Ultimate Party Band" is big-time fun, performing the best of swing, ballroom music, Dixieland Jazz and down-home blues--at surprisingly down-home prices. Take a minute to get to know us...
An extraordinary collection of musicians providing an exciting experience in art and entertainment, the SAINTS OF SWING presents an eclectic selection of foot tappin' Swing favorites, New Orleans jazz, Motown/R&B, Ballroom, soulful Gospel, Latin, and Klezmer music guaranteed get your guests up and moving and to leave them smiling. This is a celebration of American music from its roots, with modern influences.
Not only will the SAINTS OF SWING regale you with its terrific dance music; they will also put on a fun-filled show featuring their 7 members on piano, drums, tuba, bass, trumpet, trombone, clarinet, sax & flute, plus PHENOMENAL VOCALIST Miss Rene Bailey! Included in the band are Mike Kull - piano; David Winograd - tuba/bass; Gene Randolph, drums; Mike Rosler, trumpet/vocals; Dale DeMarco, sax/clarinet/flute/vocals; Ken Foy, trombone/vocals.
Miss RENE BAILEY
Recording Artist, Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, and Gospel
Known as "LADY SUNSHINE" Music Director, Samsonville United Methodist Church
Formerly Featured Vocalist at the Peg Leg Bates Country Club for 20 years
Rene Bailey uses her vocal clarity to sell the blues with true feeling. Combining gospel, jazz, and rhythm/blues, she has performed with such great as Louis Armstrong, B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, Dave Brubeck, Ruth Brown, Paul Anka, Sam Cooke, and many more...
Rene Bailey started singing gospel as a young girl in her Georgia church. Moving north to Connecticut, she hit the New York City scene where she sang blues and jazz. The transition from gospel to nightclub work came naturally, and Rene became the featured vocalist at the Peg Leg Bates Country Club for over 20 years.
In church it's called "shouting" - the gospel dance. "They get up and shout and shout and shout." In a nightclub when Rene Bailey sings and "it" hits, you holler, "Yes, indeed!"
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