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Booking the Band

Second Wind Jazz plays formal and informal events, both indoors and out.Whether you're itching to dance or just looking to kick back with some sweet Big Band sounds, SWJ can add flair to your event. Our extensive play list includes fox trots, assorted Latin tunes (cha cha, mambo, rumba, samba, tango), slow-dance ballads, waltzes, and of course PLENTY of swing tunes. We've played for a wide variety of public, private, and corporate events and can adapt a play list to your needs.

The SWJ 18-piece Big Band generates a big sound, so have plenty of room available for both band and audience. Need something a little smaller? The SWJ Septet can bring a quieter, more intimate sound to your event. Let us know your needs and we'll do our best to fit a band to your event.

Pricing is highly reasonable. For more information on booking the band for your event, contact:

Email: bookings@secondwindjazz.com
Contact: Steve Tolopka
Phone: 503-292-3996
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SecondWindJazz/

 

A Sample of previous SWJ clients

Festivals, Music Series, & Concerts

  • Aurora Colony Vineyards Summer Jazz Series
  • Claremont Country Club
  • Summerfield Estates
  • St Helens Fall Festival
  • Woodburn United Methodist Church "Who's on Third?" music series
  • Oak Hills (Summer Music Series and Fourth of July)
  • Woodburn Music in the Park
  • Gathering at the Gazebo (Scappoose, OR)
  • Vernonia Salmon Festival (Vernonia, OR)
  • Newell House Museum (St. Paul, OR)

Dances

  • Sesame Dance Club
  • Ankeny Dance Club
  • Woodburn Senior Estates
  • Bethel Congregational Church (Mother's Day dance)

Benefits

  • Rose Community Development
  • Kingsway Christian School Auction (Vancouver, WA)
  • Frog Pond Church Fall Fiesta & Auction (Wilsonville, OR)
  • Sail for the Cure

Plus

  • Multnomah Channel Yacht Club
  • Portland Art Museum
  • Multnomah Falls
  • Hollywood Senior Center
  • Weddings
  • Company picnics
  • Neighborhood gatherings and block parties
  • Numerous assisted living centers