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The Sweet Life!!!

"Repertoire full of Rat Pack and Friends
classics with an Italian twist"

 "La Dolce Vita Swing Collective perform as a
duo, quartet, quintet or full swing  band"

 

"Suitable for weddings, theatrical venues, Jazz Festivals, Clubs, Summer & Christmas Hotel seasons and all types of corporate events"

‘La Dolce Vita Swing Collective’ with their portfolio full of standards
will send your event off with a swing!!

‘La Dolce Vita Swing Collective’ includes some of the best professional jazz musicians around. Through their repertoire, the band pay homage to the greats of the Rat Pack Swing artists such as: Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and many other classic performers from this era.
 

The band make full use of their singer, Tony Delicata and his Italian roots performing many of those treacly thick, sumptuous much-loved Italianesque Dean Martin classics!!
 

The band can perform as a quintet or full swing band depending your venue and budget. They can also map out an entire day’s entertainment for you offering add on packages such as......Band with Retro Disco Roadshow
 

They can also provide    daytime background music for your event, all with the knowledge that everything will be delivered to the highest standard.
 

La Dolce Vita Swing Collective come equipped with their own self-contained sound system which would suit most venues.

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What the Press have been saying..........

"With no break in proceedings came the main event with Tony Delicata on vocals. This band can swing, bass and drums groove sweetly while sax and piano trade solos making this a full sound like there are more on stage." - K107fm

 

"The second half opened with I Wish I Knew, an instrumental from the days when Cinema was a TV series before Tony returned with more signature arrangements. By now the audience were itching to dance and with peaks like Mack The Knife and (Theme From) New York New York they were at one with the band. The closing title song was a creative masterstroke and a deserved ovation followed." - John Murray (Fife Press)

 

"Blending Tony's  Italian roots with Volare, On An Evening In Roma and O Solo Mio we were escorted to warm Italy with cool sounds and cocktails to suit." - K107fm