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Friday, Apr. 29, 2016

The Noteables jazz ensemble in constant demand

Tuesday, November 27, 2001

The Noteables is the jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band.

This 17-piece big band tours throughout the upper midwest entertaining communities of all sizes. From formal performances in grand auditoriums to casual concerts in the park, The Noteables are in constant demand.

The Pilot-Tribune will present a special concert with The Noteables on February 11 at the Schaller Memorial Chapel. The public will be admitted free as seating permits.

Throughout their history, The Noteables have appeared with numerous entertainers and well-known musicians that include: Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra Jr., jazz trumpeters Bobby Shew and Byron Stripling, composer/arranger Frank Mantooth and former Tonight Show band leader Doc Severinsen. In 1996 they were the featured entertainment for a nationally televised Minnesota Vikings game.

The group performs with excitement and versatility. With their extensive repertoire of big band jazz selections feature a variety of vocal and instrumental soloists.