A boutique jazz band, playing traditional jazz and swing from the roaring '20s through to the fabulous '50s.
Formed in 2013, The Stable Yard Jazz Band is a boutique 7-piece band based in Wiltshire. Playing traditional jazz and swing from the roaring '20s through to the fabulous '50s, their standard line-up consists of clarinet, sax, trumpet, trombone, string bass, keys and drums, with optional vocals. Looking for some extra sparkle to accompany your champagne and canapés, or want to evoke that old-time, New Orleans style? Then you've come to the right place!
12th Street Rag A Fine Romance A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square After You've Gone Ain't Gonna Give You None of My Jelly Roll Ain't Misbehavin' Ain't She Sweet Alabama Jubilee At the Jazz Band Ball Avalon Baby, Won't You Please Come Home? Ballin' The Jack Basin Street Blues Beale Street Blues Bill Bailey Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Brown Baggin' It Brown-Eyed Girl Carioca Cheek to Cheek Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White Chicago Clarinet Marmalade Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? Don't Bring Lulu Don't Get Around Much Anymore Down By the Riverside Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue Fly Me To The Moon Georgia On My Mind Harlem Nocturne Hello Dolly! How High The Moon I Can't Get Started I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan I Want a Big Butter and Egg Man Indiana Ja-Da Jeepers Creepers Jeeves and Wooster Johnson Rag La Paloma Lazy River Long John Stomp Mack The Knife Mame Misty Moondance Moonglow Muskrat Ramble New Orleans Twist Night and Day On a Slow Boat to China On the Alamo On the Sunny Side of the Street Pete Kelly's Blues Petite Fleur Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey Puttin' On The Ritz Royal Garden Blues Satin Doll Someone To Watch Over Me Sophisticated Lady South South Rampart Street Parade St James Infirmary Stardust Stompin' At The Savoy Stranger On The Shore Stumbling Summertime The Anniversary Waltz The Charleston The Continental The Darktown Strutters' Ball The Last Waltz The Nearness of You The Way You Look Tonight They Can't Take That Away From Me They Didn't Believe Me Tiger Rag Tuxedo Junction Wabash Blues Walkin' My Baby Back Home Washington and Lee Swing Way Down Yonder in New Orleans We'll Meet Again What's New When it's Sleep Time Down South When My Sugar Walks Down the Street When the Saints Go Marching In White Tie, Top Hat and Tails Who's Sorry Now?
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