White Heat Swing Orchestra
Playing the swing & Jazz of the 1930's and 1940's!
White Heat Orchestra at Lincoln Center The White Heat
Orchestra, with bandleader Craig Ball (on clarinet,
right), is a high-energy band featuring a trio or up to 15
pieces playing the swing and jazz of the 1930's and
1940's for dancers of all ages. The White Heat Swing
Orchestra, also known as the "Roxy Band", was the
house band for almost five years at the upscale Roxy
nightclub, playing music for both the swing dancers
and the nightclub crowd every hour three nights a week.
Fast or slow, they hit every note without missing a beat.
The White Heat Swing Orchestra has many credits,
* Boston's Best Dance Band - Boston Magazine
* Recorded the sound track to the movie Dick Tracy on
the Warner Brothers label.
* Performed in concert with Cab Calloway, Tony
Bennett, Lou Rawls, and Joel Grey
If you are looking for a band for your party or function,
the White Heat Swing Orchestra offers a demo tape for
your review and they have a documentary video tape
showing the television shows and special productions
at which the band has performed.
Heart of Boston Entertainment highly recommends the White Heat Swing Orchestra!