If you like Big Band Jazz

If you like Big Band Jazz

Post by bkni.. » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 09:35:06


The Stan Kenton Alumni Band is on a short Eastern tour.  If this is
your kind of music check them out.  They're terrific.  Say hello for
me if you go to see them.

Here's the itinerary.

http://www.mikevax.net/performances_upcoming.php

 
 
 

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Post by bkni.. » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 09:37:55

Quote:

>The Stan Kenton Alumni Band is on a short Eastern tour.  If this is
>your kind of music check them out.  They're terrific.  Say hello for
>me if you go to see them.

>Here's the itinerary.

>http://www.mikevax.net/performances_upcoming.php

More info at:
http://www.bigbandjazz.net/Calendar_Stan_Kenton_Alumni_Band.php

 
 
 

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Post by Horvath1.. » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 09:41:18


crap:

Quote:
>The Stan Kenton Alumni Band is on a short Eastern tour.  If this is
>your kind of music check them out.  They're terrific.  Say hello for
>me if you go to see them.

Do they need a vuvuzela player?

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Post by bkni.. » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 10:38:33

Quote:


>crap:

>>The Stan Kenton Alumni Band is on a short Eastern tour.  If this is
>>your kind of music check them out.  They're terrific.  Say hello for
>>me if you go to see them.

>Do they need a vuvuzela player?

Why don't you take a trip down to Ohio, see a concert and ask?  
 
 
 

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Post by Don Kirkma » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 15:12:22

Quote:


>>The Stan Kenton Alumni Band is on a short Eastern tour.  If this is
>>your kind of music check them out.  They're terrific.  Say hello for
>>me if you go to see them.

>>Here's the itinerary.

>>http://www.mikevax.net/performances_upcoming.php

>More info at:
>http://www.bigbandjazz.net/Calendar_Stan_Kenton_Alumni_Band.php


which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
the world.
--
Don Kirkman

 
 
 

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Post by bkni.. » Wed, 03 Apr 2013 21:48:04



Quote:

>which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
>Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
>fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
>the world.

He's a great lead trumpet player and a good guy.  He busts his ass
trying to keep Stan's music alive.  With the way music has gone that's
no small feat.  
BK
 
 
 

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Post by Don Kirkma » Thu, 04 Apr 2013 02:42:33

Quote:




>>which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
>>Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
>>fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
>>the world.

>He's a great lead trumpet player and a good guy.  He busts his ass
>trying to keep Stan's music alive.  With the way music has gone that's
>no small feat.  
>BK

I took the liberty of quoting you in the DJML mailing list.  I hope I
haven't made another faux pas.
--
Don Kirkman

 
 
 

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Post by bkni.. » Thu, 04 Apr 2013 02:52:27



Quote:




>>>which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
>>>Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
>>>fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
>>>the world.

>>He's a great lead trumpet player and a good guy.  He busts his ass
>>trying to keep Stan's music alive.  With the way music has gone that's
>>no small feat.  
>>BK

>I took the liberty of quoting you in the DJML mailing list.  I hope I
>haven't made another faux pas.

Not at all.
 
 
 

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Post by William Clar » Thu, 04 Apr 2013 10:48:34


Quote:




> >which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
> >Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
> >fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
> >the world.

> He's a great lead trumpet player and a good guy.  He busts his ass
> trying to keep Stan's music alive.  With the way music has gone that's
> no small feat.  
> BK

Several OSU Marching Band alumni with the Stan Kenton Band, although I
don't know this particular roster. My wife's grandfather has a photo of
himself (he had a small band) with Kenton, the Dorsey Brothers, and Cab
Callaway at some function in New York in the 50's.
 
 
 

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Post by bkni.. » Thu, 04 Apr 2013 23:15:22

On Tue, 02 Apr 2013 21:48:34 -0400, William Clark

Quote:






>> >which has gone beyond dixieland and discusses OKOM (Our Kind of
>> >Music), up through swing and the post-war revivals.  Some of the
>> >fairly old time players and some listeners on the list, from all over
>> >the world.

>> He's a great lead trumpet player and a good guy.  He busts his ass
>> trying to keep Stan's music alive.  With the way music has gone that's
>> no small feat.  
>> BK

>Several OSU Marching Band alumni with the Stan Kenton Band, although I
>don't know this particular roster. My wife's grandfather has a photo of
>himself (he had a small band) with Kenton, the Dorsey Brothers, and Cab
>Callaway at some function in New York in the 50's.

I only know of one player from OSU, John Harner, there could be
others.  He was on the band in '76,and a very well respected lead
trumpet player.  He'll probably be at the concert in Columbus to visit
some of his old band mates.