JTBB Small Band – Akwesanse Casino October 2016
We send a BIG THANK YOU to all the folks who came out to celebrate the joy of the holidays with The Joey Thomas Big Band at The Van Dyck. It is not often that we get to perform in the Capital Region, and you all were appreciative and having a good time. Thank you!
As the New Year looms, we hope to play for you all again sometime sooner than later!
Join The Joey Thomas Big Band at The Van Dyck for dinner and a show as we celebrate Christmas Sinatra Style featuring vocalist Bob Father!
Suggested Seating for Dinner is 6:30 PM *
Show: 8:00 PM
* be sure to make your reservations in advance!
The Sinatra songbook from its beginning in the swing era of the 1930’s to the definitive recordings of the “sing” era of the 40’s and 50’s are representative of Frank Sinatra’s impact on American Culture, and despite changing record formats, Sinatra continually made his mark singing and promoting the American popular song throughout a career that spanned 60 years.
With dinner and a show, The Joey Thomas Big Band will have you humming Sinatra standards including “The Christmas Waltz,” “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” and “White Christmas” long after the evening is over!
A perfect Christmas gift for grandparents, parents . . . or any American Songbook lover!
Order Tickets to Show ONLY here
THE NORTHEAST’S LARGEST MONTHLY SWING DANCE!
Saratoga SAVOY’s Diamond Dances take place at the historic and very large Saratoga Music Hall located on Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY.
At the Diamond Dance you can enjoy hours of live music performed by some of the best local and nationally known musicians, dance demonstrations, DJ’d music between sets, art exhibits, discounts on dance lessons in the elegance of the historic Saratoga Music Hall.
If you arrive a bit early, you take advantage of the free beginner dance lesson at 7:30pm!
All of this for only $15* (with Flurry or Cash discount, $16 otherwise).
Joey Thomas and the members of The Joey Thomas Big Band are saddened to learn of the passing of our friend and fellow player Michael Joseph Wicks. Our deepest condolences go out to his family.
Mike played on and off over the years with The Joey Thomas Big Band and always had something to contribute in humor and musicianship. He will be missed by all in the Capital Region music community.
Services are being handled by the Levine Memorial Chapel. Please click here for service details (Wednesday, December 17th) and obituary.