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U.S. Army Blues

The U.S. Army Blues celebrated its 35th Anniversary in 2007.  Following their informal beginning in1970, The Army Blues became an official part of the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” in 1972. Over the years it has evolved into the premier jazz ensemble of the U.

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U.S. Army Blues 9/14/12: U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble performs a program of big band music.

U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble performs a program of big band music.
U.S. Army Blues 11/30/11: U.S. Army Blues

Kick off the holidays with the band performing a Christmas program featuring the music of Stan Kenton.

U.S. Army Blues

Kick off the holidays with the band performing a Christmas program featuring the music of Stan Kenton.
U.S. Army Blues 11/14/11: U.S. Army Blues

A component of The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own,” the ensemble presents an evening of jump blues. A dance floor will be installed. Part of Swing, Swing, Swing.

U.S. Army Blues

A component of The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own,” the ensemble presents an evening of jump blues. A dance floor will be installed. Part of Swing, Swing, Swing.
U.S. Army Blues 12/22/10: U.S. Army Blues

The big band presents a “Stan Kenton Christmas,” paying tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.

U.S. Army Blues

The big band presents a “Stan Kenton Christmas,” paying tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.
U.S. Army Blues 11/22/10: U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army strives to preserve big band music.

U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army strives to preserve big band music.
U.S. Army Blues 12/8/09: U.S. Army Blues

The big band returns to present a “Stan Kenton Christmas,” paying tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.

U.S. Army Blues

The big band returns to present a “Stan Kenton Christmas,” paying tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.
U.S. Army Blues 12/1/09: U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army performs Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite, arranged by Ellington and Billy Strayhorn in 1960.

U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army performs Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite, arranged by Ellington and Billy Strayhorn in 1960.
U.S. Army Blues 8/24/09: U.S. Army Blues

The 18-piece ensemble, striving to preserve the music of such big band legends as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, and Stan Kenton, has performed at world-renowned venues, including the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Montreux Jazz Festival, and Birdland.

U.S. Army Blues

The 18-piece ensemble, striving to preserve the music of such big band legends as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, and Stan Kenton, has performed at world-renowned venues, including the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Montreux Jazz Festival, and Birdland.
U.S. Army Blues 12/1/08: U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army performs Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite.

U.S. Army Blues

The premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Army performs Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite.
U.S. Army Blues 11/18/08: U.S. Army Blues

The U.S. Army’s premier jazz ensemble plays a selection of new music, all recently composed or arranged by members of the Army Blues.

U.S. Army Blues

The U.S. Army’s premier jazz ensemble plays a selection of new music, all recently composed or arranged by members of the Army Blues.
U.S. Army Blues 3/8/07: U.S. Army Blues

The ensemble performs 1950s cool jazz. Support is provided by Carolyn and Bill Powers and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Kennedy Center Jazz is sponsored by Cadillac.

U.S. Army Blues

The ensemble performs 1950s cool jazz. Support is provided by Carolyn and Bill Powers and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Kennedy Center Jazz is sponsored by Cadillac.
U.S. Army Blues 12/6/05: U.S. Army Blues

In an all-brass big band performance titled “A Stan Kenton Christmas,” Army musicians pay tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.

U.S. Army Blues

In an all-brass big band performance titled “A Stan Kenton Christmas,” Army musicians pay tribute to the legendary pianist and big band leader.

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