copyright: Speakeasy Revival Orchestra 2017
(Trumpet, Flugel Horn, Piano, Accordion, Vocals, Arrangements, Toys)
Since leaving school Miles has been dismissed from many presigious orchestras and ensembles. Miles is one of the seven best trumpet players in the band.
(Double Bass, Very Shiny Tuba, Vocals, Toys)
Currently on the run having escaped from detention for crimes against music.
(Clarinet, Piano, Saxophone, Composition, Arrangements, Vocals, Toys)
Steve plays the piano. He also plays the clarinet, (known colloquially as the 'misery stick'. Once heard, you will understand why.)
(Guitar, Banjo, Sitar, Vocals, Toys)
You'll have to forgive James.
He won't be on his best form
as he had a disaster the
other week. Having left his
banjo in the car he returned
to find some terrible person
had broken in,
and left another one!
James had a bit of
bad luck last wednesday.
His library burnt down.
Both books were burnt.
And he hadn't finished
colouring one of them.
(Clarinet, Saxophones, Toys)
Dirty bopper with no fixed abode.
Combining the finest jazz musicianship with humour and devilish flair, this magnificent ensemble names influences as wide as Spike Jones & his City Slickers, the Mnozil Brass, Monty Python's Flying Circus, and the Electro Swing Post Modern Jukebox movement.
The orchestra was formed after the gentlemen involved performed at a college speakeasy style showcase. They had so much fun they wanted to continue in a similar vein. So here they are, available for all events.
CAUTION - disclaimer.
It is possible that some of the facts
stated here about band members
might not be completely true.
You might find more believable
"What's the definition
of a gentleman?
Someone who can play
the banjo but doesn't."
Mark says "How do you fix a broken tuba?
With a "tuba glue!"
"What does a trumpet and a lawsuit have in common? Everyone is relieved when the case is closed."
a clarinet and a trampoline? You
take your shoes
off before you
jump on a trampoline."
Deep in the jungle, a safari was camped for the night. In the darkness, distant drums began a relentless throbbing that continued until dawn. The safari members were disturbed, but the guide reassured them: "Drums good. When drums stop, very bad." Every night the drumming continued, and every night the guide reiterated, "Drums good. When drums stop, VERY bad." This continues for several days until one morning the drumming suddenly stops and all the natives panic and run screaming. The man asks the guide what's the matter? The guide looking very frightened says: "When drums stop, VERY, VERY bad," he said. "Why is it bad?" asked a member of the safari. "Because when drums stop, bass solo begin!"
(Trombone, Arrangements, Vocals, Toys)
Seemingly a nice chap on the surface, Tim is actually completely devilish.
Save our souls!!