In this group, three beautiful voices come together creating a blend of intimate harmonies, paying tribute The Boswell Sisters and the jazz era of the 1920's & 30's.
Cherie Mannino and Abby Dorn join Nancy Gamso on vocals and clarinet, backed by a swingin' rhythm section and a New Orleans trumpet in this lively band.
Basin Street Blues
Bourbon Street Parade
Bye Bye Blackbird
Do You Know What It Means... New Orleans
E La Bas!
Got the South in My Soul
I Found A New Baby
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down... Letter
Just Squeeze Me
Le Marchand de Poissons
Promenade aux Champs-Elysees
Shout Sister, Shout!
St. James Infirmary
Struttin' With Some Barbeque
That Da-Da Strain
What a Wonderful World
When It's Darkness on the Delta
When You're Smiling
When I Take My Sugar to Tea
When the Saints Come Marching In
Why Don't You Practice What You Preach?
About Nancy Gamso
Dr. Nancy Gamso teaches applied woodwinds, history of jazz, woodwind methods, music appreciation, and coaches the woodwind chamber ensembles in the Music Department at Ohio Wesleyan University (Delaware, Ohio). Nancy is principal clarinetist of the McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra and founding member of Rococoa Wind Quintet and Tour d’Anches Reed Trio. She has served on faculty with Chamber Music Connection (Columbus’ premiere chamber music program for students from elementary through adults) and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp.
Nancy performs regularly as an orchestra musician (all woodwinds) with the Broadway series in Columbus and is a D’Addario Artist. Nancy has performed at the Sarasota Music Festival, the Lancaster Festival, and is an associate musician with the Columbus Symphony, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra; the Newark-Granville, Central Ohio and Ohio Valley Symphonies; and the Southern Ohio Light Opera. Nancy’s current research project is in the area of American music traditions of blues, Cajun and early jazz.
Born in Natchitoches, LA and having been raised in the south, Nancy is often found in Louisiana conducting research and learning about the rich culture of the Mississippi Delta.