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Majestic Swing is San Francisco swing band dressed in vintage double breasted suits performing jump swing, standards and blues from the 1920’s-1960’s.  Their instrumentation includes drums, bass, keys, sax and male singer Brad Gates.  Brad can do anything from the Great American song book from Bing Crosby to Frank Sinatra.

Jazz/Swing  Vocal

Ain’t Misbehaving

All Of Me

At Last

Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

Blue Skies

But Not For Me

Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me

The Frim Fram Sauce

Gee, Baby Ain’t I Good To You

Glad Rag Doll

I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

I Just Can’t See For Looking

If I Had You

I’m Beginning To See The Light

It Had To Be You

Just Friends

Let’s Get Lost

Lulu’s Back In Town

Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone

Roll With Me Baby

Route 66

She Didn’t Say Nothing At All

Street Of Dreams

Sweet Loraine

Walking My Baby Back Home

The Way You Look Tonight

With Plenty Of Money And You

Whiskey And Gin

Why Does Your Daddy Have To Go?

Who’s Sorry Now

You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

Upbeat/ Jump Blues/ Dancing – Rockin’

All She Want’s To Do Is Rock

Bloodshot Eyes


Flip, Flop & Fly

Good Morning Judge


I Like My Baby’s Pudding

Jump, Jive & Wail

Keep On Churning

Kept On Sitting On It All The Time

Kissa Me Baby

The Mess Around

Quiet Whiskey

Reet, Petite And Gone

Saturday Night Fish Fry

Sent For You Yesterday

Who Drank My Beer

Latin – Vocals

Baby Baby

Besame Mucho

Comes Love


The Girl That Radiates That Charm

I’ve Got A Feeling

The Moon Was Yellow

Jazz, and Instrumentals

All The Things You Are

Body & Soul

Blue Bossa


Have You Met Miss Jones

In You Own Sweet Way

Johnny Come Lately

Just Squeeze Me

Lover Man


Night And Day

On Green Dolphin Street

Pennies From Heaven


Secret Love

The Shadow Of Your Smile

Softly, As In A Morning’s Sunrise

Someday My Prince Will Come

Some Time Ago

Sophisticated Lady

Stella By Starlight

Take The A Train

Up Jumped Spring

Watch What Happens

West Coast Blues

What Is This Thing Called Love


Ballads – Vocals

A Sinner Am I

Baby Baby All The Time

The Big Hurt


But Not for Me

Comes Love


Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me

Ballads – Vocals cont.

The End Of The World

Gee, Baby Ain’t I Good To You

Gee, But I’m Lonesome

Give Me Time

Glad Rag Doll

Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry

I’m A Shy Guy

If I Had You

It’s A Blue World

Just Friends

The Lady Drinks Champagne

The Late, Late Show

Let’s Get Lost

Out In The Cold Again

Please Mr. Sun

Scotch and Soda

Tell The Lady I Said Goodbye

When You Lover Has Gone

Why Try To Change Me Now?

1920’s, 1930’s Vocals, Hot Jazz/Pop Styles

Ain’t Misbehaving

I Guess It Had To Be That Way

I Surrender Dear

I’ll Follow You

I’m Through With Love


My Kind Of Love

My Woman

One More Time

Out Of Nowhere

Someday Sweetheart

Sweet And Lovely

Until The Real Thing Comes Along

Frank Sinatra, Vocal Styles – A little Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, etc

All Of Me

Anything Goes

Blue Skies

Danke Schoen

Cheek To Cheek

Come Fly With Me

Don’t Worry About Me

East Of The Sun

Fly Me To The Moon

Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry

The Gal That Got Away

I Get A Kick Out Of You

I Thought About You

Frank Sinatra, Vocal Styles – A little Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, etc cont.

I’ll Be Seeing You

I Wish I were In Love Again

It Had to Be You

I’ve Got You Under My Skin

Just In Time

Lean Baby

Luck Be A Lady

Mack The Knife

Learnin’ The Blues

Nice ‘N Easy

Night And Day

Our Love Is Here To Stay

That’s Amore


The Can’t Take That Away From Me

The Way You Look Tonight

When Your Lover Has Gone

When You’re Smilling

Why Try To Change Me Now?

You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

Ain’t That A Kick In the Head

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