"Jazz was not only built in the minds of the great ones, but on the backs of the ordinary ones."

– Cab Calloway

The following list contains a sample of some of our music. If there's anything in particular you'd like us to play at your event, please don't hesitate to ask.

12th Street Rag

A Fine Romance

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

After You've Gone

Ain't Misbehavin'

Ain't She Sweet

Alabama Jubilee

At the Jazz Band Ball


Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

Ballin' The Jack

Basin Street Blues

Beale Street Blues

Bill Bailey

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

Brown Baggin' It

Brown-Eyed Girl


Cheek to Cheek

Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White


Clarinet Marmalade

(Do You Know What It Means) To Miss New Orleans?

Don't Bring Lulu

Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Down By the Riverside

Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue

Fly Me To The Moon

Georgia On My Mind

Harlem Nocturne

Hello Dolly!

High Society

How High The Moon

I Can't Get Started

I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan

I Want a Big Butter and Egg Man



Jeepers Creepers

Jeeves and Wooster

Johnson Rag

La Paloma

Lazy River

Long John Stomp

Mack The Knife





Muskrat Ramble

New Orleans Twist

Night and Day

On a Slow Boat to China

On the Alamo

On the Sunny Side of the Street

Pete Kelly's Blues

Petite Fleur

Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey

Puttin' On The Ritz

Royal Garden Blues

Satin Doll

Someone To Watch Over Me

Sophisticated Lady


South Rampart Street Parade

St James Infirmary


Stompin' At The Savoy

Stranger On The Shore



The Anniversary Waltz

The Charleston

The Continental

The Darktown Strutters' Ball

The Last Waltz

The Nearness of You

The Way You Look Tonight

They Can't Take That Away From Me

They Didn't Believe Me

Tiger Rag

Tuxedo Junction

Wabash Blues

Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Washington and Lee Swing

Way Down Yonder in New Orleans

We'll Meet Again

What's New

When it's Sleep Time Down South

When My Sugar Walks Down the Street

When the Saints Go Marching In

White Tie, Top Hat and Tails

Who's Sorry Now?

You're the Cream in my Coffee