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MAllred C5081 DMoloney per SwingIt GypsyMadness

Hey, who's got the best Gypsy Jazz band website?

Archtop EddyArchtop Eddy Manitou Springs, ColoradoModerator
edited September 2006 in Archtop Eddy's Corner Posts: 589
A lot of Gypsy Jazz bands out there now (Great!) -- A lot of websites too. Too many to see them all...

So my question is, which GJ bands have the best websites, and why?


Please be sure to include your reasons why you think XXX bands have the best sites. Design, ease of use, the pictures, sound clips, etc. And be sure to include web addresses so we can check 'em out.

For example, I think Denver's Gypsy Swing Revue has a great site (www.gypsyswingrevue.com). The design is clean and simple; the pages are easy to navigate. Most of all, as a member of a working band, I appreciate how they make it easy for "fans" to get on their mailing list (critical), hear their music samples, and even have map links to their gig sites (very cool!)

I've seen other great sites too. I use GSR's website as an example. Check it out, then let us know --

What GJ band sites do you think are the best?

A.E.

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