It's that Old Hollywood sound and feel you have been looking for. From New York City to Orlando, Warren Priske and his Old Hollywood Jazz Band deliver classic standards from the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Frank, Dean, Bing, Nat 'King' Cole, Mel Tormé, Bobby Darin, Harry Connick Jr., Michael Buble, and so many more. Warren preserves the timing, swagger and traditional style that made these songs so irresistible. He performs this timeless material in a flexible variety of ensemble sizes suited for your event. From a Duo to a 5-piece combo, 7-piece combo, 11-piece Swing Band and a complete 17-piece Big Band.
Warren specializes in entertaining sophisticated clients and their guests with the perfect mix of fun and elegance. Weddings are one of his favorite events. He has performed at several celebrity weddings, and was selected by celebrity wedding planner David Tutera to perform on his hit TV show "My Fair Wedding with David Tutera" and "The Shannen Doherty Project." Warren's most recent project is singing on the finale episode of the CBS hit TV show VEGAS, which prides itself on its authentic recreation of the 60s Rat Pack era.
Aside from weddings and television appearances, Warren and his band are also very busy with corporate events and society functions. He is an expert emcee who keeps things both upbeat and organized. He will be happy to handle all of your special announcements, scheduled events and introductions. Female vocalists are also available upon request.
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