Song Travels Presents Jitterbug Vipers

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Austin based quartet the Jitterbug Vipers play 1930s-style viper Jazz - the intoxicating underground take on swing classics by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Cab Callaway. The Jitterbug Vipers are vocalist Sarah Sharp, guitarist Slim Richey, bassist Francie Meaux Jeaux, and drummer Masumi Jones. On this Song Travels, the band presents a set sure to make you want to get up and danceā€¦jitterbug or otherwise!

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Comments [1]

AndyMonet from NYC

Sarah waz GREAT!
Thank you so much for helping to re-discover her.

I'd heard her singing years ago, however the source I heard it from never identified her.

What would be outstanding, is providing a link to hearing the interview and others broadcasts. It should be available, as are other WNYC broadcasts. It would increase the visibility of the outstanding product and brand, known as The Jonathan Channel.

Jan. 30 2014 07:54 AM

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