The Swing Era: Revolution in Rhythm
Nov14

The Swing Era: Revolution in Rhythm

Paolo Pasta Lanna and The Rhythm Stompers join the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra for three fabulous shows Thursday NOV 17 – Saturday NOV 19. See below for more detail and Tickets. The Concert will also be LIVE STREAMING THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17th, 2016. Share this direct link to the show:  https://livestream.com/jazz/the-swing-era-revolution-in-rhythm The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis showcases the...

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Sing Sing Swing fundraiser for museum
Nov10

Sing Sing Swing fundraiser for museum

The Sing Sing Prison Museum recently hired us to bring in top notch  dancers for their fundraiser and ground breaking celebration held on a cruise ship. We provided dance couples that specialize in 1920s-1950s era music....

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Line Dances with our DeeJays
Aug04

Line Dances with our DeeJays

This line dance was showcased at Swing Remix on June 18th. The song, also called The Majestic, was released by Dion DiMucci in 1961. This particular line dance takes dance steps that were prevalent during the 1950’s and early 1960’s. Led and choreographed by our very own DeeJay Shuffle Puck...

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Salute to Seniors show
Jun10

Salute to Seniors show

  The Salute to Seniors show at the Westchester County Center featured the dance group RHYTHM STOMPERS. They presented 30 minutes of dance and entertainment. The crowd of over 2,000 went wild when they presented their flips and tricks routine to Bill Haley’s “Rip It Up”. May 2016.    ...

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Our Dance Team The Rhythm Stompers
Apr11

Our Dance Team The Rhythm Stompers

There’s nothing more exciting than a fabulous Dance Team performing live to a Big Band. We’ve got some of the top partner dance teams in the nation and they perform to many of our featured bands.

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Live Bands with a 1950s and 1940s flair
Apr11

Live Bands with a 1950s and 1940s flair

At Jumpin Entertainment, we specialize in the periods from the 1920s – 1950s which was a period in American Culture when Dance Bands were all the rage. Here is one of our favorites.

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