- Atlanta, GA
- 1940s Era Entertainment
Classic Jazz Duo. Great music of Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, and more. Songs like "It Might as well be Spring", "Just One of those Things,"…
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Set up at 6:00 and start playing at 6:30...........
Keyboard Dave was great. He showed up early for set up. He played appropriate tasteful music and modulated the volume for the mood of the event. I would both recommend and hire him again if I ever need someone with his musical talents and classy persona. Keyboard Dave is a true professional in every way.
Ah, the music of the 1940s! Enter Bing Crosby, Glenn Miller, The Andrews Sisters, and the early days of Frank Sinatra. Bring the big bands, be-bop, jazz, and patriotic music of the 40s to your event. This is the era of music that led to the birth of rock 'n roll. So whether you're planning a patriotic event, birthday party, or dinner party, one of these great 1940s Era Entertainment groups is ready to please. So what are you waiting for!? Let GigSalad help you bring the music of the 1940s to your event! Search for 1940s Era Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia above.
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