1950s swing jazz is hot and sexy; brilliant music blended with fun These guys also cook spaghetti live on stage while they sing and play
Great music in an exhilarating show of Italian Spaghetti Swing, offered by master musicians with the irony and passion characteristic of the 50s Italian jazz.
Pasta live cooked on stage, every time with different ingredients, by a band full of humour and a lot of swing.
This is pure Italian Style, through the music of masters as Paolo Conte, Domenico Modugno, Nicola Arigliano, Bongusto, Buscaglione and the classics "Che Bambola", "Eri piccola cosi", "Guarda che luna", "Whisky facile", "Il dritto di Chicago", "Volare", "Mambo Italiano" and others.
A further touch of colour is added by the girls in epoch's costumes, chorusing and dancing side by side with Fred, just to create the atmosphere of that times' Italian jazz clubs.
Great entertainment that mixes music and cooking, real Italian style
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An Italian quartet with a difference. The 1950s swing jazzy is hot and sexy, brilliant music and very funny because these guys also cook spaghetti on stage as well as sing and play
Richard Mollart, Woodhouse Eaves UK, 2008
Musically excellent -- good inventive jazz, quite mellow, with broad appeal and great vocals. Great humour... Gastronomically great. The pasta cooking definitely added something and it was delicious.
John Coleman, Hoby UK, 2008
The cutting ensemble captured a lot of people, with an infallible formula: enjoy theirselves and the audience, playing very good music ... a lot of applauses and people that was moving head and feet, following the rhythm.
La Nuova Ferrara, Italian Newspaper, 2008
Music fun and solid jazz masters, with steaming hot pasta. I loved every minute, every note
Adrian Mealing, Callow End, Worcestershire UK, 2008
The final result it's an exilarant show with an high-quality level in music, dedicated to the Italian swing "Musica & Maccaroni".
Corriere Delle Alpi, Italian Newspaper, 2008
I loved it and could have listened and watched for longer ... high energy, total commitment to fun, great music and song - utterly charming, charismatic performers.
Sue Roberts, ArtService UK, 2008