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We have an amazing line up of talent.

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Overview


Roster

We have an amazing line up of talent.

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Bill A. Jones, Vocalist


Bill A. Jones

Vocalist

Bill A. Jones, Vocalist


Bill A. Jones

Vocalist

Bill A. Jones is best known as news anchor “Rod Remington” on FOX TV’s Glee. Bill is also an accomplished singer, voice over artist, & emcee.

As a singer, Bill has opened for Tony Bennett and Steve Tyrell, toured with The Glenn Miller Orchestra, and released two CDs on CDBaby.com. He was recently named one of LA’s Best Concert/Cabaret Artists by BroadwayWorld.com.  

As an actor, in addition to Glee he’s appeared on Comedy Central’s WorkaholicsThe King Of Queens, CSI New York, Everybody Hates Chris, Las Vegas, Criminal Minds, and appeared as millionaire “Brad Bush” on the long running daytime drama Days of Our Lives.  Many still recognize Bill as the “Don't Count That” golfer from a beloved FedEx commercial.

And it is possible you may have heard Bill over the airwaves, as he was an award winning radio personality for many years, heard on over 200 stations nationwide via Westwood 1's Adult Standards format.

Bill's association with Battle of the Big Bands goes back to the beginning of the production, as host and ‘Boy Singer’ for the show of the Glenn Miller vs Tommy Dorsey ‘Battle’.  

A native of Nashville Tennessee, Bill and his family make their home in Los Angeles. For more information about Bill A. Jones, please visit his website.
 

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Nancy Osborne, Vocalist


Nancy Osborne

Vocalist

Nancy Osborne, Vocalist


Nancy Osborne

Vocalist

Nancy Osborne’s road to the Entertainment Business began in Maysville, Kentucky (the same home town of Rosemary Clooney), where she was one of seven sisters in a musically talented family. From the age of 3 being on the stage singing and dancing just seemed to fit!

Nancy began her professional career at 17 with “The Young Americans.” She subsequently toured nationally in such well known shows as “L’il Abner,” “Cabaret,” “Gypsy,” and “My Fair Lady.”  Her talents caught the attention of Walt Disney Productions, where she was cast to perform in “the Kids of the Kingdom.” This led to being given the starring role of ‘sassy Slue Foot Sue” in Disneyland’s “Golden Horseshoe Revue”.

Nancy’s career led to performing with some of the greatest bands and orchestras led by legendary Leaders; Nelson Riddle, Tex Beneke, Ray Anthony, and Pat Longo. More recently, “Geo Valle’s Swing City Orchestra” and “Johnny Vana’s Big Band Alumni,” with whom she recorded two outstanding CD’s and video of their “Live from Las Vegas” show.

In addition to her work with Big Bands, Nancy has been a singer with the Famous “Chordettes,” performing popular 50’s hits. Her ongoing success brought tour performances with some of Rock n Roll’s most popular groups such as “The Crewcuts,” “The Four Preps,” “The Four Lads,” and “The Four Aces.”

Her recently released jazz combo CD “Songs in the Key of Love,” presently airs on over 200 radio stations worldwide. She also produced her own 17-piece Big Band CD “Hot Swing, Cool Jazz,” which has received rave reviews from Jazz aficionados around the world.

Apart from singing Nancy’s a gifted Actress, with a host of appearances in films and television. Her polished stage presence led to her being cast in 2009 as the leading lady in the Canadian Stage hit comedy “Viagra Falls,” which brought critical acclaim. Critic Danny Gasin, of “the Ontario Arts Review” proclaimed; “A highly professional actor, Nancy demonstrated thespian excellence.”

With a successful career that’s still going strong, Nancy lives to perform. Her beauty, captivating voice, and engaging personality have enabled her to truly connect with her audiences keeping them engaged and leaving with happy hearts. This is what makes Nancy the consummate professional that she is.

If you’d like more information about Nancy Osborne, please visit her website.

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The Swing Dolls


The Swing Dolls

Sing & Dance

The Swing Dolls


The Swing Dolls

Sing & Dance

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The Swing Dolls are 1940’s style vocal trio, made with love in Los Angeles. America’s premiere tribute to The Andrews Sisters, this dynamic girls trio has been thrilling audiences nationwide for over 10 years with their Swing Era close harmonies, retro costumes and choreography. You may have seen them on television’s hit series “Gilmore Girls”, on stages throughout the country performing their “Tribute to the USO”, or singing the theme song in the new Fiat 500 TV commercial, “Wedding”, which is currently airing internationally. Their countless featured appearances include: Comicon San Diego 2016, the Commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, The Seattle Museum of Flight with the Harry James Orchestra, The Kennedy Center and the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, the Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor, HBO’s “Band of Brothers” Gala, as featured guests of the Pasadena Pops Orchestra, and countless performances for USO and patriotic themed shows for townships and military bases. The Swing Dolls take you back to the days of Rosie the Riveter and the Hollywood Canteen, to victory rolls and USO shows!

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