Steppin' Out Swing

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Steppin' Out Swing are one of the hottest Swing Jive and Jump Blues bands in the UK. These highly-experienced musicians are truly the cats "meow" and will Jive up any event with their Swing. "The Jumpingist Jivers in town" - the high energy Swingy-Jazzy-Jivey-Bluesy music is the name of the game with these fellas, from their togged-out period clothes to the in between-song banter, they will guarantee to have everyone up struttin' their stuff on the dance floor. 

Steppin' Out Swing have been featured in live sessions on BBC radio and have performed at many music festivals and corporate events in the U.K. and around the world. Their repertoire consists of 1940's energetic Jive and Swing infused with cheeky good humour but they are also able to play vintage Rock n Roll tunes, Ska numbers and a grooving Funk set should a particular event call for it. Whatever style it is, Steppin' Out Swing never fail to liven up any event, so book them now - they'll cook up a storm!

Song List  


It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) - Duke Ellington

Route 66 – Nat King Cole

Grandma Plays The Numbers – Wynonie Harris

Caledonia – Louis Jordan

Reet Petite – Jackie Wilson

Pennies From Heaven – Bing Crosby/Louis Armstrong

I Like My Baby’s Puddin’ – Wynonie Harris

Stray Cat Strut (Pink Panther Theme) – Brian Setzer Orchestra

Flip Flop Fly – Joe Turner

Jump Jive and Wail – Brian Setzer Orchestra

Straighten Up And Fly Right – Nat King Cole

Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens – Louis Jordan

Jack You’re Dead – Louis Jordan

Shakin’ Mother For Ya – Champion Jack Dupree

Five Guys Named Moe – Louis Jordan

Earth Angel – The Penguins

In The Mood – Glenn Miller

Choo Choo Cha Boogie – Louis Jordan

Reet Petite & Gone – Louis Jordan

Saturday Night Fish Fry – Louis Jordan

Blood Shot Eyes – Wynonie Harris

Buona Sera / Marie Marie – Louis Prima

Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Fats Waller

Going Back To Louisiana – Delbert McClinton

Boogie All Night – Alvin Lee

Let The Good Times Roll – Louis Jordan

This Boy – The Beatles

Tuxedo Junction – Manhattan Transfer

Summertime – Billie Holiday

Paper Moon – Ella Fitzgerald

Sleep Walk – Santo & Johnny

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The Dirty Boogie - Brian Setzer Orchestra

This Cat Is On A Hot Tin Roof – Brian Setzer Orchestra

Minnie The Moocher – Cab Calloway

Night and Day – Frank Sinatra

Ride, Daddy, Ride - Fats Noel

Big Ten Inch - Bull Moose Jackson

It Ain't The Meat - The Swallows

I Wanna Be Like You (King Of The Swingers) - Louis Prima

Pencil Full Of Lead - Paolo Nutini

One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Amos Milburn

Night Train - Jimmy Forrest

This Ol' House - Brian Setzer Orchestra



Night Train – James Brown

Hard To Handle – Otis Redding

Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder

Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry

Long Train Running – The Doobie Brothers

Why Did You Do It – Stretch

Brickhouse – The Commodores

(Standing On) Shakey Ground – Chris Farlowe

People Say – The Meters

Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick - Ian Dury & The Blockheads

Pick Up The Pieces - Average White Band

Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry

Good Golly Miss Molly – Little Richard

Mess Around – Ray Charles

Twenty Flight Rock – Eddie Cochran

Rock Around The Clock – Bill Haley and the Comets

Blue Suede Shoes – Elvis Presley

I Feel Good – James Brown

  Prices From:  

London: £1200

South East: £1200 

South West: £2000 

East of England: £2500

West Midlands: £2500

East Midlands: £2500 

Yorkshire & Humberside: £3000

Northwest: £3000 

Northeast: £3000

Wales: £2500

Scotland: £3000



Debbie Thomas

Just wanted to say a big thank you for Saturday night at Charlton Park. Andrew has been grinning all weekend and everyone was raving about your performance - an absolutely fantastic evening, non stop dancing, great music - I couldn't have wished for better! You were brilliant!

Carol McCarthy

I would like to thank you for doing such a great job for Sarah and Basil's wedding at Lympne Castle. Everyone, from the oldest guest at 83 to the youngest at 18 months, thoroughly enjoyed the 'gig' and, as well as all the usual keen and enthusiastic dancers, there were people dancing who normally would have to be dragged screaming onto the floor! A great achievement - thank you very much. With best wishes

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