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Captivating vocals, stunning choreography, big band sound and Badger spirit will be in full force at Pewaukee High School, as some of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's most talented students will be stopping in to perform.
The Colombian songwriter, accordion player and singer/songwriter’s personal style ranges from big band to cumbia and roots pop.
The youth of the big band era had kids who horrified them by listening to rock, and then those people had kids who horrified them by listening to hip-hop.
Flamingo is a 14-piece, all-female professional big band that presents music from the swing era, plus a sprinkling of rock 'n roll, pop tunes, and rhythm and blues.
There's a lot of big band stuff and sparse production sometimes.
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BIG BAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of big band for English Language Learners
: a large musical group that usually plays jazz music that people dance to
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