Foggy Bottom Whomp-Stompers

The Foggy Bottom Whomp-stompers are the DC area’s best–some would say only–prohibition era jazz band playing your favorite hits from the 1920s and 30s. With a mix of Hot Jazz, Dixieland, early Swing, Blues, we’re ready to liven up a speakeasy, gatsby-themed party, swing dance, or any given street corner!



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Happy Halloween guys and ghouls! For a spooky treat today, check out this great track from 1930, “Mysterious Mose (‘Moises El Misterioso’)” from Rube Bloom & the Bayou Boys. Awesome bass saxophone work on this one by Adrian Rollini, and some terrifyingly hot clarinet playing by the one and only Benny Goodman! post from our Facebook page Foggy Bottom Whomp-Stompers – http://ift.tt/2wOIo3e

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Thanks for coming out and swining with us at the 5th Annual Adams Morgan Porch Fest — we had a stompin’ good time! Extra special thanks to all the talended friends-of-the-stompers that sat in with us! Friends in Adams Morgan, look for us around town, in your neighborhood at Bossa Bistro + Lounge in November, and next year at Adams Morgan Porch Fest 2018! post from our Facebook page Foggy Bottom Whomp-Stompers – http://ift.tt/2wOIo3e

The latest episode of the Music from 100 years ago podcast is a great survey of some of the great songs and musicians from the dawn of the jazz age! Any songs on here you think we should add to our repertoire?

Jazz Classics 1917-1924
Early jazz records from the acoustic era. Musicians include: King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton,Kid Ory,  The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, James P. Johnson, Bix Beiderbeck and Fletcher Henderson. Music includes: King Porter Stomp, Riverboat Shuffle, Livery Stable Blues, Grandpa’s Spells, Carolina Shout…
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September 25, 2017 at 10:53AM