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Benkó Dixieland Band

Benkó Dixieland Band

Benkó Dixieland Band


The Benkó Dixieland Band was formed in 1957 and have released (so far) 56 albums, with an astonishing 85 hours'-worth of television appearances. The line-up is trumpeter Bela Zoltan, trombonist and vocalist Ivan Nagy, pianist and vocalist Vilmos Halmos, banjo-player Jeno Nagy, bass-player Zsolt Kelemen, drummer Gábor Kovacsevics and leader Sandor Benkó. They are one of most popular jazz groups in Hungary while also one of the best in the world. Read more on Last.fm
The Benkó Dixieland Band was formed in 1957 and have released (so far) 56 albums, with an astonishing 85 hours'-worth of television appearances. The line-up is trumpeter Bela Zoltan, trombonist and vocalist Ivan Nagy, pianist and vocalist Vilmos Halmos, banjo-player Jeno Nagy, bass-player Zsolt Kelemen, drummer Gábor Kovacsevics and leader Sandor Benkó. They are one of most popular jazz groups in Hungary while also one of the best in the world. A truly world class ensemble whose very first album was a golden disk.

Winners of a great many Hungarian festivals and competitions, the BDB has been honored with numerous awards. The group has played to tens of thousands, and some of the greatest international stars were invited to play with them on stage. Over the years, the guests have included Milt Jackson, Freddie Hubbard, Al Grey, Buddy Tate, Joe Newman, Buddy Wachter, Henry Questa, Joe Muranyi, Eddy Davis, Cynthia Sayer, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Albert Nicholas, or Wild Bill Davison from the United States as well as Chris Barber, Kenny Ball, Tony Scott, Huub Janssen, Acker Bilk and many others from this side of the Atlantic. Read more on Last.fm.

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