Valentine's Big Band Swing Dance Gala With the Frankie Condon Orchestra
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The last date listed for Valentine's Big Band Swing Dance Gala was Friday February 11, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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- <a target="_blank" href="http://www.kennedy-center.org/explorer/videos/?id=M388">Click here for video</a> of the Frankie Condon Orchestra performing live.
Big Band Swing Orchestra Revival Dance
The Frankie Condon 18-piece Orchestra
The Frankie Condon Orchestra has been entertaining in the Metropolitan Washington DC area since 1946. The band is considered to be one of the finest regional big bands on the East Coast according to syndicated radio personality, Don Kennedy. We are a group of professional musicians who take great pride in providing an exceptional performance and dance music to make your event a memorable experience. We have recently added a USO-type show featuring a female vocal trio (similar to the Andrews Sisters) and a quartet vocal similar to the Modernnaires, we call our group the Condonnaires.
Special Attraction: A 3-Woman "Andrew Sisters" Style Trio
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