Although The Terry Gibbs Big Band existed for only 3 years [1959 - 1962], performed in relative obscurity because it never toured and didn’t have most of its recorded output released until a quarter of a century after it folded, those who experienced it in person during its brief existence have come to refer to it by another name – The Terry Gibbs Dream Band.
This is a rare opportunity to hear these great arrangements by the likes of Bill Holman, Marty Paich, Shorty Rogers, Al Cohn, Manny Albam, Med Flory, among many others.
Vibraphonist James Hall will be playing the part of Terry Gibbs and is sure to to give an exciting performance.
Seating is limited to 50 patrons and masks are required.
This concert has sold out.