Market Street Dixieland Jass Band

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    Led by the cornetist Ansgar Duemchen, who has more than 25 years musical
    experience playing traditional jazz in Europe and the United States, these 
    musicians present a class show that covers more than 50 years of American
    popular songs.

    Trombonist John Mascorella with his moanin' slide trombone adds the gutbucket
    to the group as he takes us on a musicial journey through his many years of 
    playing this great American music.

    Jim DeJoie's mastery of the "licorice stick"--the clarinet--and his
    powerful soprano sax playing in the vein of
    Sidney Bechet will enthrall each
    and every audience member.

    John Grabowski is a founding member of Dr. D and the Dixie Dogs ( our
    former band name ) and plays sousaphone.  John has years of experience
    and his musical reputation is unrivaled.

    John Bigelow has been performing trad jazz on sousaphone and tuba for
    decades in the United States, and is highly regarded as the best in his field.
    He is a welcome addition to the band and keeps the bottom solid.

    Tadd Morris is the drummer for the MSDJB, and is an outstanding musician
    as well as music educator. He has played numerous gigs and adds an authentic,
    exciting touch to the trad style of jazz drumming. Tadd is one of the founding
    members of Dr. D and the Dixie Dogs as well as the MSDJB.

    Tim Sherman is the banjo man, and keeps the rhythm grooving on his instrument.
    He has over thirty years playing experience on the west coast.

    The Market Street Dixieland Jass Band performs for night clubs, festivals, special
    events, art walks,
    street fairs and is available for private functions. We perform a
    classy show that is suitable for families as well as adults only events.

    Our highlight of the evening is involving the audience in a "second line" parade
    on the much-loved "When The Saints Go Marchin' In" .  You just can't stay in
    your chair when you listen to these gentlemen swingin' away--though the tunes
    may be from the last century, the music is timeless, irresistible and fun!



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