Swing 24 is a group of 4 musician's who came together through their love
of Gypsy Jazz, AKA Jazz Manouche/L'Espri Manouche. Swing 24 consists of:

John Seneta - John's musical career started at the tender age of five when
he first began playing the mandolin. Perhaps because it was his first, the
mandolin became his best-loved instrument. John is a multi-
instrumentalist (he says he plays everything but brass) who was formally
educated at Berklee College of Music in Boston (Arranging & Composition)
and received his degree in Music Theory from the University at Albany. He
began honing his performance skills with a number of ethno-centric groups
(primarily Music of Ukrainian origin) until his Berklee days. In Boston he
formed a rock/jazz fusion group named Go 90 which was met with much
critical acclaim. Moving back into the Capital District he performed with
Good News then the Warm Horizon. He also began performing as a soloist
during this period. In Manhattan he performed regularly at Folk City as part
of the Young Composers Concert Series. He then moved to Long Island.
There he has performed with 2 + TWO where he played keyboards and sax
while contributing his vocal abilities as well. He has also performed and
recorded with theBlend, Howie and the Mean Dog (mandolin & vocals) and
The Woody Mack Band (mandolin, keys, sax and vocals). Most recently, he
has appeared as guest soloist with Sinclair Productions. String Breezes
and Dorian Aire who regularly performed In South Jersey and in and around
Bucks County, PA were two other projects of which he was particularly
proud.

Tico Vogt - Tico has performed in New York’s Capital District since the mid
1970’s – with singer/songwriters Bob Warren, Tom Mitchell, and Don &
Victoria Armstrong.
He has also performed with swing and bluegrass musicians Peter Davis,
Frank Orsini and the Colin McCoy Trio.  He is actively recording with the
acoustic swing group, Peach Pie (www.peachpieband.com).  
Tico developed his skills studying privately with jazz guitar legend Chuck
Wayne
.

Greg DeLuis
- Greg Deluis began playing at the age of 15 and cites Jimi
and Stevie as earliest influences but upon hearing Django Reinhardt and
the Quintet du Hotclub de France has devoted his life to recapturing the
soul and sound of the music. A luthier by trade, Greg also crafts guitars in
the style of the Selmer instruments made famous by Django.
*Swing 24 *
Swing
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next show:   January 10 @ The Bread and Jam Cafe - 130 Remsen Street - Cohoes, NY  - Jazz Brunch 10:30
AM
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