Swingadelic

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Swingadelic
Origin Hoboken, New Jersey
Genres jazz, blues, swing
Years active 1998-Present
Labels MediaMix Entertainment
Website Official website
Members Audrey Welber
Paul Carlon
John DiSanto
Albert Leusink
Carlos Francis
Neal Pawley
Rob Susman
Rob Edwards
John Bauers
Boo Reiners
Paul Pizzuti
Dave Post

Swingadelic is a jazz/blues ensemble founded in 1998 in Hoboken, New Jersey by bassist Dave Post.

Alto/tenor sax player Buddy Terry joined the group in 2000 and remained in the band until having a stroke in December 2010 when his duties were taken over by multi-reed player Audrey Welber. Other notables that have performed with Swingadelic are Eddie Gladden, Ronnie Cuber, Virgil Jones, Julio Fernandez, and Michael Hashim.

Discography[edit]

  • Boogie Boo! (1999)
  • Organized! (2002)
  • Big Band Blues (2005)
  • Another Monday Night (2007)
  • The Other Duke (ZOHO Music, 2011)
  • Toussaintville (ZOHO Music, 2013)

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Further reading[edit]

  • Zan Stewart, "Swingadelic swings at Maxwell's in Hoboken" nj.com (30 December 2009)
  • "Swingadelic - The Other Duke: Tribute to Duke Pearson" ejazznews (23 June 2011)
  • "The Jazz Scene: Flappers and Funk Bands" The Wall Street Journal (22 June 2013)