The Society

The Society of Associated Musicians and Raconteurs named as ‘The Society’.
The Society is an imaginative band in which the listener is taken to the cinematic thirties and the glory days of jazz. The time when jazz was the most important side issue of life.
The thirties made for the flourishing of this exciting music and delivered a variety of rock-solid bands such as the orchestra of Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson and Billy Eckstine.. Characterful tenorsaxophone players such as Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster, Lester Young and Paul Gonzalves were embraced by the public.
The Society is a reaction of the abstraction of contemporary modern jazz of these days. The Society makes music with a large dose of nostalgia but still plays this music with the urgency of today.
This summer The Society will recording their first album. T.B.A.