The Queen Town Jazz Band continues to be among the longest-running active American dixieland-oriented bands of days gone by 40 years. They started having a weekend gig at a little roadhouse near Denver in 1958 and after that offers made an appearance at a many festivals, night clubs and on over 20 recordings for Audiophile and their personal Content Hairy Zeno Productions. The group offers over time gone through a whole lot of turnover; actually none from the musicians on the 1966 Audiophile Lp was still carrying out with the music group by 1975! The 1993 lineup contains the leader Expenses Clark on tuba, trumpeter John Bartmann, Lance Acker on reeds, trombonist Tag Janicki, pianist Hank Troy, banjoist Jim Tracy, drummer Marl Shanahan and Wende Harston on vocals. Regardless of the switch in personnel, the essential goal and design of the group offers continued to be the same, sketching its motivation from 1920’s jazz but developing its sound inside the tradition.