MoodSwings Jazz Band
Jazz / Big Band / Latin Jazz
Greetings to MoodSwings friends and fans with news of upcoming shows!
October 27, we'll play a free afternoon concert (4pm)
at Holy Spirit Lutheran
Church in Kirkland. Bring the family and look
for a few seasonal spooky surprises - costumes are encouraged! Childcare
available - donation requested.
Next, we're delighted to return to the Commons
at Third Place
Books in Lake Forest Park. Saturday, November 16.
We'll be playing from 7:30-9:30pm.
This is always a fun show for dancers and listeners of all ages! Free, of course!
Swing dancers take note! On Thursday, December 5 the
to Edmonds Community College's Black Box Theater
for a lively evening. Start with a swing lesson at 6, then hop to our
tunes from 7:00-9:00pm.
Snacks and beverages available. For more information or ticket purchase, contact
their box office at 425.640.1448
Calling all hep cats and kittens! Season subscriptions are now
available for the Seattle Women's
Chorus including our collaboration in February 2014 for the musical theater celebration,
We Can Swing It. Think Rosie the Riveter! Think swing
era jazz! Concerts in Seattle and Renton, with tickets for individual shows
on sale soon.
As always, we would love to play for your community
concert, celebration, party, group or organization event! Visit our new website
to see the possibilities and contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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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"The Mood Swings has a simple formula for making good music.
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