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From supporting the one and only Sir Tom Jones In front of a 7,000 strong crowd in Howard Davis Park in 2014 to performing with Platinum, debut album selling artist, Ray Quinn on his UK tour and performed together in front of a sell-out crowd at the Jersey Opera House. Along the way they have performed at many, many other private and public events too that have included being asked to be the headline act for the closing ceremony of the NatWest Island Games in 2015 and then closing the Bloch Dance World Cup in 2016.
Charlie Ventura - Jersey Bounce 03:14. Complete Jazz Series 1951 - 1953 - Charlie Ventura.
Released by Bela Records Jan 2009. "source":4,"source id":"13949","object type":4,"id":"13949","title":"Benny Goodman","status":0}. Jersey Bounce song from the album Oh Lady Be Good! is released on Jan 2009. The duration of song is 03:01. This song is sung by Benny Goodman.
Billie's Bounce" (also known as "Bill's Bounce") is a jazz composition written in 1945 by Charlie Parker in the form of a 12 bar F blues. It was dedicated to Billy Shaw by the Yardbird. The original recording by Charlie Parker and His Re-Boppers was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002. Originally an instrumental, lyrics were added later by Jon Hendricks and by Eddie Jefferson.
Jersey Bounce" is a song written by Tiny Bradshaw, Eddie Johnson and Bobby Plater with lyrics by Buddy Feyne who used the nom de plume Robert B. Wright (as this song was written during an ASCAP strike). It hit in 1942 as an instrumental recorded by Benny Goodman and his orchestra, and also charted that same year by Jimmy Dorsey ( and Shep Fields (.
Jersey Bounce" is a song written by Tiny Bradshaw, Eddie Johnson, and Bobby Plater with lyrics by Buddy Feyne who used the nom de plume Robert B. It hit No. 1 for four weeks in 1942 as an instrumental recorded by Benny Goodman and his orchestra, and also charted that same. year by Jimmy Dorsey (No. 9) and Shep Fields (No. 15). It was covered by numerous bands and swing orchestras including Glenn Miller, Harry James, Jan Savitt, and Red Norvo