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artist Jive Kings

Charlottetown, PE, CANADA
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The Jive Kings from Charlottetown, PEI enjoyed considerable success in their 3 year history. Disbanded in 2002, their diverse repertoire, adaptability, and wide demographic appeal lead to a busy schedule at many different types of events. The Jive Kings performed at Jazz Festivals, as guest artists with a symphony orchestra, club dates, weddings, and a number of other corporate and professional functions. Some highlights include: The Celebrate Toronto Street Festival (with an audience of 60,000), the Atlantic Film Festival Closing Gala, sold out shows at the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival and Festival by the Sea, Festival of Lights, the Canada Day Celebration in Moncton, NB, Breakfast Television in Toronto and Halifax, numerous CBC Radio broadcasts and a live national TV appearance on the ECMAs award show

lineup

Barrie Sorensen Tenor/Arranger
Alan Dowling Drummer/ Web Manager
Perry Williams Guitar/ Recording Engineer
Ian Sherwood Alto Saxophone
Deryl Gallant Bassist
Michael Ross Singer - Keyboards - Trumpet - Frontman
Dan Warren Trumpet
Bob Nicholson Trombone/Manager
the Jive Kings with Measha Bruggergosman
Independent
October, 2000
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Spoon for a Knife
Independent
October, 1999
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Tugboat 3:35

Tugboat

Tugboat was the Jive Kings first and only video made possible by a grant from Factor.  It was conceived and directed by Nigel Hunt for the Jive Kings?

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