The Great Gatsby 1920s Band, all dressed to kill in authentic period style and performing a repertoire to match, will evoke the atmosphere and bring the iconic sounds of the Roaring Twenties to your event!
“The perfect stylistic entertainment and authentic musical accompaniment to a vintage 1920s-themed event…”
The talented group of musicians comprising The Great Gatsby 1920s Band are all familiar residents at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. Their gripping performances are certain to get guests on the dance floor in no time! Their comprehensive repertoire of classics drawn from the period is filled to the brim with those trademark swinging ‘20s numbers such as ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’, ‘When The Saints Go Marching In’ and ‘St. Louis Blues’.
For intimate events, Kai can provide a captivating vocal and piano duo, augmenting in stages all the way up to an exceptional six-piece ensemble consisting of trumpet, clarinet, trombone, double-bass, drums and vocals – absolutely perfect for a full-blown vintage ball! As a matter of course, in order to further enhance an authentic vintage atmosphere, The Great Gatsby 1920s Band will be more than happy to dress the part.
A top-quality PA system will always be supplied to balance and amplify the instruments and enhance the band’s performances in any venue and for audiences of any size. In the spotlight, known to many as the Queen of Vintage vocals, Kai ensures an exceptional, authentic presentation.
Roll back the decades to a decadent age – evoke Roaring Twenties extravagance at your celebration event with The Great Gatsby 1920s Band!
- 1920s jazz and dance band simply teeming with glitz and glamour
- Flexible line-up, from an intimate duo to an astounding six-piece
- Self-contained and fully-equipped with a top-quality PA system
Vintage Roaring ’20s Jazz
- Birth Of The Blues
- But Not For Me
- Bye Bye Blackbird
- Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man
- Falling In Love Again
- Fascinatin’ Rhythm
- Georgia On My Mind
- I Got Rhythm
- It Had To Be You
- Love Me Or Leave Me
- Lover Come Back To Me
- My Man
- Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
- St. Louis Blues
- Someone To Watch Over Me
- Tea For Two
- The Man I Love
- What Is This Thing Called Love?
- Without A Song
- You’re My Everything