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Tzumba - Italian Folk Music
TZUMBA! is a local world and folk music act that plays authentic music from a variety of countries including Italy, France, and Germany. Although they specialize in Italian folk and traditional music, they are also well versed in Italian-American songs (Louis Prima, Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra) as well as American jazz standards, German polka/waltzes, and French cafe tunes.
TZUMBA! comprises a number of different musicians, but typically features female/male vocals, accordion, guitar/banjo, saxophone, violin, double bass, keyboard, and drums. We can often accommodate special requests in advance, as well!
Tzumab - Tarantella
Tzumba - That's Amore
Tzumba - Volare
Tzumba - It's Time to Say Good bye
Tzumba - Theme from Piana
Freddie Schnicklfritz and his German Band
Polkas....Waltzes... you name it. This authentic Utah german band comes in a variety of different instrumentations and sizes.
Below: The FS band at the Miracle Ear annual conference (German themed)
Utah Blue Grass Band
This band was started in 1992 and has since maintained a rich sound of American folk music. They have had as members well know players such as Ryan Shupe and Mike Iverson. They can play authentic bluegrass as well as other folk music.
Blue Grass Band - Old Bill Pickett
Blue Grass Band - Dark Rider
Orquesta Latina is Utah's very own authentic salsa band. This group is known for its tight Latin percussion, high energy horn section and smooth vocals. Enjoy the best of Latin music from Orquesta Latina!
Orquesta Latina - Bombele
Orquesta Latina - Las Caraquenas
ULB Celtic Band
This band hails from Salt Lake City, and performs traditional songs and tunes from the British Isles--primarily Scotland and Ireland. The special sound features fiddles, highland pipes, cauldwind pipes, uilleann (Irish) pipes, whistle, flute, bodhran, guitars, and both female and male vocals. They perform traditional jigs, slip-jigs, reels, strathspeys, waltzes, airs and songs, along with a few contemporary and original pieces within the celtic style.
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