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Live from Savannah, GA, raised in the Louisiana Delta and now performing across the nation, Jeremy Davis is proud to present his Fabulous Equinox Jazz Orchestra. Don't expect a concert or a jazz recital, but a one-of-a kind, high-energy stage show featuring some of the best entertainers and musicians the industry has to offer. Their fresh approach to the Great-American Big-Band revival developing across the nation is revolutionary, and their success has developed from several key elements:

Jeremy Davis, Band-leader: As a business professional and phenomenal tenor sax player, Jeremy has surrounded himself with only the best and most professional musicians. His enthusiastic vision and determination has created a product that wows the young and old alike, meeting and surpassing all audience expectations.

Clay Johnson, Singer: Raised in a family of Southern Gospel singers, Clay was born to entertain. his life long friendship with Jeremy brings a magic to the stage that is born from hundreds of "on the road" shows for many years, where together they learned how to entertain and engage audiences.

Jeremy Davis and the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra perform more than jazz, more than a big band, they put on a show. In his own words, Jeremy describes the band as, "The Rat Pack meets The Dean Martin Variety Show with a touch of A Prairie Home Companion. It's plain to see that we love what we do, and we love our fans. We're not your grandfather's big band."

For the really special occasions, Jeremy brings along three more singers for an amazing cast of premier voices and real "Rat-Pack" banter that will keep you howling! The entire package showcases one of the greatest aggregates of professional, notable musicians ever assembled into a big band. Now, you have the formula for a memorable evening of entertainment. Everyone remembers the music!

Also available are smaller entertainment groups, such as a nine-piece small band with vocalist(s), or a jazz quintet (five-piece) with vocalist(s). These smaller groups are offered for occasions of limited space, budget restrictions, etc.

 

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Equinox Jazz Orchestra Set List

Traditional Pop

Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World

Tony Bennett – The Best Is Yet to Come

Tony Bennett – The Good Life

Tony Bennett – I Wanna Be Around

Tony Bennett – If I Ruled the World

Michael Bublé – A Foggy Day

Michael Bublé – Call Me Irresponsible

Michael Bublé – Come Fly with Me

Michael Bublé – Feeling Good

Michael Bublé – It Had Better Be Tonight

Michael Bublé – I’ve Got the World on A String

Michael Bublé – Moon Dance

Michael Bublé – Quando, Quando, Quando

Michael Bublé – Sway

Nat King Cole – Unforgettable

Harry Connick, Jr. – I Could Write A Book

Harry Connick, Jr. – It Had to Be You

Bobby Darrin – Beyond the Sea

Bobby Darrin – Don’t Rain on My Parade

Bobby Darrin – Mack the Knife

Bobby Darrin – On A Wonderful Day Like Today

Bobby Darrin – That Old Black Magic

Sammy Davis, Jr. – Too Close for Comfort

Dean Martin – Ain’t That A Kick in The Head

Dean Martin – Cheek to Cheek

Frank Sinatra – Almost Like Being in Love

Frank Sinatra – Fly Me to The Moon

Frank Sinatra – Get Me to The Church

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got You Under My Skin

Frank Sinatra – Luck Be A Lady

Frank Sinatra – New York, New York

Frank Sinatra – That’s Life

Frank Sinatra – The Way You Look Tonight

Frank Sinatra – You Make Me Feel So Young

Joe Williams – Alright, Okay You Win


Singer/Song Writer

The Beatles – In My Life

Michael Bublé – Everything

Michael Bublé – You Don’t Know Me

Billy Joel – She’s Got a Way About Her

Van Morrison – Into the Mystic

Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water


Pop/Motown/R&B
Average White Band – Pick Up The Pieces

The Blues Brothers – I Can’t Turn You Loose

The Blues Brothers – Everybody Needs Somebody

The Blues Brothers – Gimmie Some Lovin’

The Blues Brothers – Shake A Tail Feather

The Blues Brothers – Soul Man

The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago

James Brown – I Feel Good

James Brown – Livin’ In America

Michael Bublé – How Sweet It Is

Michael Bublé – I Just Haven’t Met You Yet

Michael Bublé – Save The Last Dance

Ray Charles – Georgia on My Mind

Ray Charles – I Don’t Need No Doctor

Harry Connick, Jr. – I Could Only Whisper Your Name

Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline

The Eagles – Heartache Tonight

Elvis – That’s Alright

Elvis – Viva Las Vegas

The Flamingos – I Only Have Eyes for You

Eddie Floyd – Knock on Wood

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons – Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You

The Four Tops – Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch

Al Green – Let’s Stay Together

Huey Lewis & The News – The Power of Love

Tom Jones – It’s Not Unusual

Ray LaMontagne – You Are The Best Thing

Lou Rawls – You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine

Otis Redding – Try A Little Tenderness

The Rolling Stones – Satisfaction

Sam and Dave – Hold On, I’m Coming

Paul Simon – Late In The Evening

St Paul and the Broken Bones – Call Me

The Temptations – My Girl

Ben Tucker – Coming Home, Baby

Van Halen – Just A Gigolo/I Ain’t Got Nobody

Bill Withers – Lean on Me

Bill Withers – Use Me

Stevie Wonder – Isn’t She Lovely

Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours

Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke

Stevie Wonder - Superstition


Funk/Party/Rock
The Black Crowes – Hard to Handle

Harry Connick, Jr. – Bourbon Street Parade

Harry Connick, Jr. – Light the Way

Harry Connick, Jr. – Mardi Gras in New Orleans

Foster the People – Pumped Up Kicks

The Levees – Dancing Like Nobody’s Watching You

Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

Maceo Parker – Southwick (Shake Everything You Got)

Prince – Kiss

Prince – Purple Rain

Prince – Raspberry Beret

Santana - Smooth

Taylor Swift – Shake It Off

Allen Toussaint – On Your Way Down

Tower of Power – What Is Hip?

Queen – Crazy Little Thing Called Love


Classic Country/Americana/Hymns
Johnny Cash – Ring of Fire

Leroy Jones – Over in The Glory Land

Traditional – Just A Closer Walk with Thee

Traditional – The Old Rugged Cross

Roy Orbison – Crying

Bob Wills – Cherokee Maiden


Christmas/Holiday
Michael Bublé – I’ll be Home for Christmas

Michael Bublé – Let It Snow

Harry Connick, Jr. – Frosty the Snowman

Harry Connick, Jr. – Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer

Harry Connick, Jr. – Sleigh Ride

Diana Krall – Jingle Bells

Rat Pack – Marshmallow World

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm

Mel Tormé – The Christmas Song

Traditional – The Christmas Waltz

Traditional – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Traditional – It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

Traditional – Jingle Bell Rock

Traditional – O Holy Night

Traditional – Santa Baby

Traditional – Winter Wonderland

Traditional – You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch

Andy Williams – It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

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