• Starting from £1,180
  • Available in UK and Europe
  • Public liability insured
  • From a 3 to a 6 piece band

The London Swing Band is a stylish vintage jazz trio that put their original spin on performing some jazz classics alongside some recognisable current hits.

The band is formed of Trumpet, Guitar/Vocals and Double Bass and they have performed all over the UK, overseas and at the hottest London jazz venues including the legendary Ronnie Scotts, 606 Jazz Club, The Jazz Cafe, Pizza Express Jazz Club, The Vortex and regularly at Blitz swing events.

The band play all of the swing classics from Louis Armstrong to George Gershwin and also are more than happy take requests.

The trio is commonly made into a larger band for bigger events. Here are the popular options:

- 3 Piece: Trumpet, Guitar and Vocals, Double Bass.
- 4 Piece: Trumpet, Guitar and Vocals, Double Bass, Drums
- 5 Piece: Trumpet, Guitar and Vocals, Double Bass, Drums, Saxophone

- 5 Piece: Trumpet, Guitar and Vocals, Double Bass, Drums, Piano

- 6 Piece: Trumpet, Guitar and Vocals, Double Bass, Drums, Saxophone, Piano



When the saints come marching in – Louis Armstrong

Bourbon street parade – Paul Barbarin
It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing – Duke Ellington

All of me – Gerald Marks & Seymour Simons
Exactly like you – Jimmy McHugh
Ain't misbehaving – Fats Waller
Basin street blues – Spencer Williams
Blue moon – Richard Rogers
Georgia on my mind – Hoagy Carmichael & Stuart Gorrell
I got rhythm – George Gershwin
Lazy river – Hoagy Carmichael
On the sunny side of the street – Jimmy McHugh
There will never be another you – Harry Warren
Satin doll – Duke Ellington
Sweet Georgia brown – Ben Bernie
When your smiling – Louis Armstrong
Down By The River Side – Recorded by Nat King Cole

Honeysuckle rose – Fats Waller
Summertime – George Gershwin
Don't get around much anymore – Duke Ellington
Stompin at the savoy – Bennie Goodman
C Jam Blues – Duke Ellington
Hit the Road Jack – Percy Mayfield
I Got a Woman – Ray Charles
In a Mellow Tone – Duke Ellington

Yesterday's - Jerome Kern

Dinah – Bing Crosby
It could happen to you – Jimmy Van Heusen

Bernies tune – Bernie Miller
Take the A train - Duke Ellington
Sitting on the Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding
What a wonderful world-George Douglas (Louis Armstrong)

Write myself a letter – Fred E Ahlert
I wunna be like you – Robert B Sherman (Jungle book)

Just friends – John Klenner
Just a closer walk with thee – Traditional Gospel Song
The way you look tonight – Jerome Kern
Mood indigo – Duke Ellington
A kiss to build a dream on – Bert Kalmar (Louis Armstrong)

Shake Rattle and Roll – Jesse Stone
Hound Dog – Jerry Leiber (Elvis Presley)
Flip Flop Fly – Jesse Stone
Everyday I have the blues – Aaron sparks (BB King)
Days of wine and roses – Henry Mancini
Fly me to the moon – Bart Howard (Frank Sinatra)

Moonlight in Vermont – Karl Suessdorf
Jump Jive and Wail – Louis Prima
I’ve got you under my skin – Cole Porter

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