The greatest traditional jazz around, all in one afternoon!
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm: Matt Tolentino’s Singapore Slingers
2:30 – 3:00 – Best Dressed Contest
3:00 – 4:00 – Dave Washburn’s Three Quarters Fast Jazz Band
12:00 – 5:00 – Amelia Fox Trot
12:00 – Bill Flynt and his 1923 Tangley calliope
Dedicated to performing pre-swing American dance music from 1895 – 1935, this 18-piece orchestra preserves early jazz and ragtime with the utmost authenticity. The orchestra boasts a very large repertoire, with a book that literally comprises hundreds of songs. The Singapore Slingers are completely true to the era and dedicated to their craft. The orchestra employs vintage musical instruments, period attire, and original arrangements from the 1920s and 1930s. Matt Tolentino is the leader of the orchestra, and is also the man behind the Jazz Age Sunday Social.
We are pleased to welcome David Jellema to the Jazz Age Sunday Social this year. This talented clarinetist and cornetist is based in Austin, where his full calendar makes him a favorite with dancers and fellow musicians.
Authentic New Orleans style traditional jazz, swing, dixieland. Always lively and upbeat, the band has played for restaurants, clubs, festivals, corporate/private events, many weddings, swing dances, Mardi Gras events, jazz funerals and more.
The founder of the Austin Phonograph Company, Amelia specializes in live entertainment featuring hand-cranked phonographs from the early 1900s. Amelia dresses in 1930s clothes, cranks the records, and demonstrates the machines to curious patrons. Amelia’s love of Hot Jazz and phonograph players, combined with her fascination with the 1920s and 1930s lead to the formation of Austin Phonograph company in 2012.
Amelia’s blog can be found at Old Fashioned Way – Stylish living through time travel.
You always know you’re in the right place when you approach the gates of Dallas Heritage Village and hear the happy sounds of the calliope. Bill Flynt always welcomes everyone to the gate with his beautiful 1923 Tangely steam calliope.