MoodSwings Jazz Band

Seattle, WA
Jazz / Big Band / Latin Jazz
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Greetings to the MoodSwings friends and fans with exciting news of concerts this spring - and more.

We are delighted to be in the company of so many musical sisters as part of the first Seattle Women in Jazz Festival. Check out their website - a whole weekend of fine female jazz to sample.

Our show is Saturday, April 27 at 8pm at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center.

We want to see you there - get your advance tickets by clicking this link.

 

Saturday, May 18  Put on your dancing shoes and join us at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park. We'll be playing from 7:30-9:30pm. Bring the kids and grandparents, too - this is always a fun show!

 

Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day) at 1:00pm the MoodSwings return to the Mural Stage at Seattle Center for the Northwest Folklife Festival. Plan for sunshine, come early to be sure to catch our set, then stay all day! The full Festival schedule will be online May 1. 

 

Our other exciting news - we are preparing to collaborate with the Seattle Women's Chorus in February 2014 for a musical theater celebration, We Can Swing It.  Think Rosie the Riveter! Think swing era jazz! Stay tuned for their season announcement and for more news from us on this project.

 

As always, we would love to play for your community concert, group or organization event!

Contact us - music@moodswingsjazz.org

And remember that we are a non-profit organization - visit our website to make a tax-deductible contribution and receive our CD with our thanks. www.moodswingsjazz.org

 

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PRESS

"True to music of the era – keeping it exciting and vibrant!"  Amanda Wilde, host, The Swing Years and Beyond KUOW-FM

"The Mood Swings has a simple formula for making good music. Take: 2 cups Sammy Nestico. 1 ½ cups Duke Ellington. 1 cup Gershwin. 1 cup Latin spice. 2 tablespoons funk. A pinch of attitude. Blend well, and you have the 17 "musically minded women" who are changing the face of big-band jazz in the region."  Diane Wright, Times Snohomish County Bureau


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