|Z Street Gatsby Band, 20s Jazz Band, Swing Band, Speakeasy Band||
Z Street Speakeasy Band, the Gatsby Band out of Orlando, Florida wants to cheer up their fans during this uncertain time. Mark, Kathy and the band want everyone to stay happy and healthy during the pandemic. Here's a little video made during the quarentine.
The 20s Band, Z Street Speakeasy Band is a Gatsby Band inOrlando, Florida. A premier 20s Swing band that specializes 1920s Jazz, but unlike other groups, they can slowly transition into more contemporary styles as the night goes on including R&B, Rock, Pop to today's current hits to keep your dance floor full all night long.
The Z Street Speakeasy Band is available from 2 to 8 pieces with male and Female vocalists, horns, rhythm section, DJ for breaks and requests, tap dance routines, complete sound system, stage and dance floor lighting, they give you more entertainment for your entertainment budget. They've performed for countless Fortune 500 companies including INC. 5000, Macys, McDonalds, HGTV, as well as for country clubs and charity galas. Their costuming includes your choice of vintage zoot suits, flapper attire, and for the 40s era, 1940’s gown and pin up attire for the female vocalist, and pinstripe suits and fedoras for the men.
The band is fully insured, they’re fully incorporated and are preferred vendors for Disney, Universal, and have opened for Sting, Howie Mandell and Taylor Swift. They perform throughout Florida and the United States.
20s Swing music is alive and well thanks to the Z Street Speakeasy Band, a 20s band from Orlando Florida. The band specializes in authentic vintage music from the 20s, 30s and 40s, including hot Jazz, Swing and Big Band hits. What separates the band from the others is their ability to be able to transition into other styles of more modern music, to pack you dance floor. Unlike other bands that usually have just a female vocalist, this band has both Male and Female vocals, and instrumental songs as well. The Z Street Speakeasy Band has unique ability to be able to play everything from the 1920s to today. Here's a few pictures from a corporate event in Saint Petersburg and Miami.