Authentic traditional New Orleans Dixieland jazz music at its finest is what you get with "Whistlin' Dixie". It is toe-tapping, swinging and
infectious music to create the perfect fun, upbeat atmosphere for any occasion; ceremonial, corporate or social.
Whistlin' Dixie's repertoire includes all the classic Dixieland standards and New Orleans jazz favorites. From Preservation Hall jazz
standards to Louis Armstrong, Pete Fountain, Al Hirt and the Dukes of Dixieland,
Whistlin' Dixie plays them all.
Flexibility of size and instrumentation is a hallmark of Whistlin' Dixie. From four to seven pieces are the most popular sizes for the band, but
larger, smaller or anywhere in between sounds great. We customize the band to just the right size for each event. The instrumentation may
consist of the following: Banjo, clarinet, upright bass, trombone, trumpet, piano, tuba, washboard and drums, depending on the
particular occasion and venue.
Our experienced professional musicians are alumni of the finest
music schools in the country, including Berklee College of Music and
New England Conservatory of Music. Their varied experiences include working with numerous famous artists and big name bands all over the
world, including New York, Las Vegas, Europe and Asia.
Whistlin' Dixie performs for everything from corporate parties, convention openings, and new business openings to yacht christenings
and various other social events. Bring the swinging fun of Dixieland to your event with Whistlin' Dixie.
|Alexanders Ragtime Band
Back Home in Indiana
Ballin' the Jack
Basin Street Blues
Birth of the Blues
Bourbon Street Parade
Bye Bye Blackbird
Darktown Strutters Ball
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
Don't Mean a Thing if It Ain't Got That Swing
I Found a New Baby
Just a Closer Walk with Thee
Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
St. Louis Blues
St. James Infirmary
South Rampart Street Blues
Struttin with Barbecue
Sweet Georgia Brown
That's A Plenty
Tin Roof Blues
Up a Lazy River
Washington & Lee Swing
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
When the Saints Go Marching In