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The Roadside Ramblers specializes in traditional jazz from the 1920’s & 30’s as well as New Orleans, Creole Jazz. The band is perfect for themed parties such as Gatsby parties, Roaring 20’s, Prohibition, Speak-easy events, and Mardis Gras parties. In addition, this is the 1st-call dixieland band for New Orlean-style funerals in Utah. There is nothing like this historic and upbeat music to add life to your event.
Do you want to get your guests more involved. The Roadside Ramblers Dance Instructors will teach the crowd fun, traditional 1920s style dances. Crowds as small as a few and as large as thousands have experienced the fun of our 1920s dance instruction show. The clip below was a Great Gatsby themed event where the band played and the dance instructors lead the crowd of several thousand in some fun dancing.
The Roadside Ramblers have been featured lots of places, including on Highway 89 BYU Radio.
Managed by Utah Live Bands, winner of 34 Best of State awards and counting. Call today at 801-473-1502 or visit www.utahlivebands.com.
Roadside Ramblers 9.5 Minute Trad Jazz Concert Enjoy this 9 minute trad jazz concert by the Roadside Ramblers. This band specializes in the style of traditional 1920s era music, sometimes called Dixieland. The Ramblers strive to perform as authentically to the style as possible. Songs in the concert are: Bei Mir Bist Du Shoen (Old Yiddish Tune) West End Blues by King Oliver Sweet Georgia Brown by Django Reinhardt Route 66 by Bobby Troup Bourbon Street Parade by Paul Barbarin Band Members include Hayley Kirkland on Vocals Kya Karine on Bass Nathan Royal on Guitar Michael Tobian on Drums and Soprano Saxophone Jory Woodis on Clarinet Evan Taylor on Trumpet Marcus Anderson on Trombone Stephen Tobian on background vocals Parker Robinson and Keith Allen on production For booking information, please visit https://utahlivebands.com/items/roadside-ramblers/
Bourbon Street Parade, Sweet Georgia Brown, When The Saints Go Marching In, Just A Closer Walk With Thee