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Lovestruck Balladeers

The Lovestruck Balladeers are the band the mob boss hired to play his daughter’s wedding. Hailing from the American Midwest, Northeast, and Canada, these players, with their crumpled suits and otherworldly faces have collectively committed themselves to bringing old music into the 21st century with all the energy of a train disaster. They might whip out a lost melody from a forgotten mandolin folio, or they might play a Mexican waltz. They might push into a renegade re-arrangement of a swing standard, or get down with a country rag. They are the five scorpion sons of a West Virginia dance hall, a Little Italy tourist attraction, and a Oaxacan birthday party

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Hoyle Osborne

Hoyle Osborne — pianist, composer, arranger, producer, director, also plays mandolin, guitar, banjo, recorder, and pennywhistle — centered on American vernacular styles — ragtime, stride piano, early jazz and blues, old-time country music, folk, western swing — also plays and arranges Celtic, Latin, French, and other world styles, plus renaissance and baroque music. Hoyle and singer-songwriter-guitarist Jane Voss have performed and recorded together since 1976, appearing across North America and in England at many major music festivals, countless concerts, and on a number of National Public Radio programs

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Live Dixieland Jazz in Cape May, NJ

Cape May Traditional Jazz Society Presents Dixieland Jazz Thursday Oct 22, 2009 from 6 to 8 pm VFW Post 386 419 Congress St. Cape May, NJ 609-884-7961 Ragtime Bobby Quaile banjo, Bill Newnam trombone, Valerie Jean vocals and the guys playing great Traditional Dixieland Jazz. Ticket charge - $10 advance ...

Ragtime

Label: King Records
Released: 1984

Ragtime

Label: Verve Records
Released: 1981

Ragtime

Label: Stash Records
Released: 1974


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