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We strive to preserve and perpetuate the unique artistry of early American popular music. Our repertoire includes a fresh take on vintage jazz, blues, and country swing tunes from the 1910’s-1950’s, as well as originals in the style of these traditional genres. With groove-driven and joyful musical stylings seasoned with vocal harmonies and upbeat lyrics, Sunnyside Swing evokes a sense of nostalgia for many, while introducing younger listeners to the expansive repertoire of the great American composers. The band has performed across south Florida in venues large and small including Miami’s North Beach Bandshell, Ft Lauderdale’s Jazz at Riverwalk, and Boca Raton’s Mizner Park Amphitheatre. 

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After You've Gone 
Ain’t Misbehavin’ 
Ain’t She Sweet
Bei Mir Bistu Shein 
Blue Moon
Blue Skies
Carolina Moon
Cheek to Cheek
Dark town Strutters Ball
'Deed I Do 

Do You know what it means to miss New Orleans
Dream a Little Dream of Me
Everybody Loves My Baby
Frim Fram Sauce 
Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Hey, Good Lookin'
Honeysuckle Rose
Hot Lips[instrumental]
How High The Moon
I Don’t Want to set the World on Fire
I Found a New Baby
I’m In the Mood for Love
It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Aint Got that Swing)
It Hurts Me Too
It's Only a Paper Moon
It's a Sin to tell a lie
Java Jive

Jump Jive and Wail
La Vie En Rose

Let Me Go Home Whiskey
Let’s Misbehave
Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries 
Long Gone Lonesome Blues
Lulu’s back in Town
Miss Celie’s Blues


Moon River
My Blue Heaven
Nice Work if You Can Get It
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Once in a While
Pennies From Heaven
Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps
Rhode Island

Rocket to the Moon
Route 66
San Antonio Rose
Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy
Singing the Blues
Straighten Up and Fly Right
Sweet Georgia Brown
Take Me Back to Tulsa
Taking a Chance on Love
This is So Nice It Must Be Illegal
Tonight You Belong to Me
Up a Lazy River
Walking After Midnight
What a little Moonlight Can Do 
What’s the Matter with the Mill
When I Grow Too Old To Dream

You Call Everybody Darling
You're still on my mind

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