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The Serenaders were a Jazz Band of kids from Thousand Oaks, California,(mostly students of Vanessa and Eddie Allen). They played the original arrangements from the Big Band era. The oldest was 17 years old. The players were Hugh Brooks, Paul Edwards, Steve Still, Chris Straight and Matt Schaffer(Jazz/Dixieland) on trumpets; Steve Jeffers on ... See full bio »

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 1967 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
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 1944 South American Sway (Short)
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The Serenaders were a group of teenagers from Thousand Oaks, California that played music from the Big Band era made up of 13 boys and one girl singer. Their names were Hugh Brooks, Paul Edwards, Steve Still and Chris Straight on trumpets; Steve Jeffers on trombone; Steve Josephs, Steve James, Ken Roach, Rick Still and Kevin Straight on saxophones and clarinets; Dale Gifford on drums; Mike Hanson... See more »

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