The retro-swing unit Indigo Golf swing were formed in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA across the sextet of vocalist Johnny Boyd, guitarist Josh Workman, bassist Vance Ehlers, drummer “Big Jim” Overton, pianist William Beatty and saxophone player Baron Shul. After kick-starting north California’s new college of golf swing, the group started touring around America and agreed upon to Period Bomb Recordings in 1997. The group’s debut All Aboard premiered in July 1998. They implemented with Crimson Light in 1999.
|1||The band had a line of Vegas slot machines named after them. Clips of their music played when the player hit certain combinations.|
|2||Performed in one of the last televised concerts featuring both Lionel Hampton and Rosemary Clooney (both passed away soon after) during the Stuttgart Jazz Festival in Germany.|
|Sin City Spectacular||1998||TV Series||Indigo Swing - self|
|Fame L.A.||1997||TV Series||Indigo Swing|
|The Bachelor||1999||performer: "So Long!"|
|Three to Tango||1999||performer: "Violent Love"|
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