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Grand Marquis

Grand Marquis

Artist Information

Over the past 12 years the Grand Marquis have logged more than 1400 performances, as far-flung as Seattle to South Beach Miami, but often in the midwest where they call Kansas City home.

The Grand Marquis’ music can bring to mind a variety of settings and places as well: Prohibition-era KC, the streets of New Orleans, 1950’s Memphis and even 1930’s Paris. But their sound remains grounded in a roots influence that keeps inspiring the Grand Marquis to create, innovate and build off a solid foundation of American music. Theirs is a style that defies the limitations of category, whether jazz, blues or swing, yet finds favor with a wide audience culturally, demographically and inter-generationally.

Their fifth and latest recording “Hold On To Me” follows almost three years behind their last, “One More Day.” In that time we can hear the band continue to mature and broaden their focus a bit, while staying right in their wheelhouse: swinging, bluesy ‘party’ jazz. Their original material (such as Night is For Lovers) stands solidly besides jazz classics (Exactly Like You) and forgotten gems (The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise). Sultry songs (Sway) bump into low down blues (St James Infirmary Blues) and Dixieland stomps (Milenberg Joys). This is definitely a recording to hold on to for years to come.

Song List

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time* 

Ain’t No Good To Me* 

After You’ve Gone 

All Blues 

Bad Dream Blues* 


Black & Tan Fantasy 

Blue Train 

Call the Police 

Careless Love 

Cocaine Habit Blues 

Cointreau’s Raid* 

Come Rain Or Come Shine 


Dark Eyes 


Easy To Be The Devil* 


Exactly Like You 

Fight In Every Bottle* 

Good Rockin’ Tonight 

Hang the Judge* 

Harlem Nocturne 

Hold On To Me* 

I’m A Wine Drinker 

I’se a Muggin’ 

If I Can Help Somebody 

If You’se a Viper 

In a Sentimental Mood 


Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby? 

Juba and a O’ Brown Squaw 

Jump Back, Honey 

The Jungle* 

Keep Your Hand on the Plow 

Kiss of Fire 

Kissing A Bottle* 

Lester Leaps In 

Mardi Gras in New Orleans 

Milenberg Joys 

Minnie the Moocher 

Minor Swing 

The Mooche 

Mr. Williams* 

Mystery Train 

Night Is For Lovers* 

No More Worries* 

One More Day 


Paseo Street Strut* 

Piney Brown Blues 

Safronia B 

Sittin’ On Top Of The World 



So Far Away* 

The Spider & the Fly 

St. James Infirmary Blues 

St. Louis Blues 

Still Blue Water 



Telephone Call from Istanbul 

Tell It To Me 

That’s My Desire 

Tiger Man 


When the Saints Go Marching In 

The World is Waiting for the Sunrise 

You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To 

You’re Still My Baby*

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