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Live Swing & Jonathan Ng CD Release

Dec 15, 2019 @ 9:00 pm - 12:30 am


Jonathan Ng – Violin/Vocals
Greg Ruby – Guitar
Jonathan Doyle – Saxophone
Alex Guilbert – Piano
Ryan Donnelly – Bass
D’vonne Lewis – Drums

Jazz violinist, vocalist, and bandleader Jonathan Ng has spent the majority of his life making music that moves people. He specializes in the traditions of swing and gypsy jazz, combining musical virtuosity with emotional expression. Jonathan also possesses a unique knowledge of swing dance bandleading founded on his expertise as a lindy hop, balboa, and blues dancer. Whether playing for a seated audience or a crowded floor of dancers, Jonathan seeks to share the spark which made him first fall in love with the recordings of Django Reinhardt and Count Basie.

Jonathan’s performances combine a musical acuity born from years of classical training with a captivating showmanship honed playing to countless packed rock clubs. As a member of the swing-ragtime band Ellis Dyson & the Shambles, Jonathan toured throughout the Eastern United States playing venues ranging from the Cat’s Cradle in North Carolina to the Mercury Lounge in New York.

All Ages!
Intro Lesson: $18
Dance: $18 (FREE with Lesson)

No pre-registration necessary; just show up and pay cover!


Dec 15, 2019
9:00 pm - 12:30 am
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(206) 324-7263


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915 E Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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