Swingadelic band in Grunin Center Logo

Members of Swingadelic in a group with instruments


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About Swingin’ the 60s

The eleven piece “little big band” Swingadelic performs popular hits from the 1960’s, from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to Burt Bacharach and the Beatles. Started in 1998, this year marks Swingadelic’s 25th anniversary. Their many recordings have achieved worldwide acclaim and the band performs weekly at a dinner/dance venue in NYC’s Theater District.

About Swingadelic

Swingadelic began in 1998 as the neo-swing movement was cresting. Upright bassist Dave Post gathered his jazz & blues playing friends together to play engagements at New York City’s Supper Club, Swing 46 and Windows On The World, the former restaurant atop of the World Trade Center. As the swing scene waned the band was able to turn to swing dance groups, concerts, festivals, schools and private engagements to keep active.

Swingadelic has performed at Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Night Swing, NJPAC, and at many festivals, including Bele Chere (Ashville NC), MusikFest (Allentown PA) the CD 109 Jazz & Blues Festival (Red Bank, NJ) and the sanofi-aventis JazzFest (Madison NJ).

The band plays about 100 dates per year and has traveled from Maine to Atlanta. Swingadelic has maintained a residency for eight years at Swing 46 in NYC where it performs every other Monday as a ten piece “little big band.”

Swingadelic has eight CDs and has been recording for the ZOHO Music label since 2011. Swingadelic CDs have been in the JazzWeek Radio charts top thirty and garnered many critically acclaimed reviews in jazz publications such as Jazz Times and All About Jazz.

We  celebrate our  22nd Anniversary this May with the release of our 8th CD, “Bluesville”  The band’s three previous CD’s on the ZOHO label were tributes to Duke Pearson, Allen Toussaint and Johnny Mercer. They continue to showcase their versatility on “Bluesville” with large ensemble versions of tunes by Ray Charles, Ruth Brown, Muddy Waters, Mose Allison, Count Basie and other artists.

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October 8, 2023
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