The American Legacy Jazz Band is a musical experiment created by songwriter Ernest Michael Olivarez. A motley crew of culturally diverse musicians representing four distinct generations of music (ages 25-79) imparted their talents to help realize this vision of creating a group of original “American Jazz” songs. The first project by the “Legacy Band” is a collection of New Christmas songs with a familiar feel of songs recorded by Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole & Dean Martin and yet with fresh melodies contemporary and unique.
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