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ABOUT US

The members of Jubilation Jazz are all accomplished musicians. The band consists of Band Directors, retired Band Directors, retired Military Musicians and other professional musicians. Members come from all over the state of Arkansas and some even travel from neighboring states to perform with the band. The musicians in Jubilation Jazz donate their time, travel expenses and musical abilities for one reason – 

To share The Good News, God’s message, in an entertaining Big Band Jazz format.

The Big Band sound has been enjoyed by many, both listeners and performers, for decades and is well received by audiences of all ages. The group plays a unique blend of Christian, Patriotic and Big Band Era arrangements. Since the inception of Jubilation Jazz in 1997, the band has had the privilege to perform in a wide variety of settings in many states and countries. They have played at outdoor festivals, in concert halls, Churches, National Conferences and theme parks. The band has traveled on mission trips to St. Kitts, Brazil, Jordan, Trinidad, Mexico and aboard The Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. The band has performed at The Grand Ole Opry, Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Branson, Silver Dollar City and Gettysburg National Park.

The Band brings passion and energy to the stage for fun, family friendly           entertainment!! For them, it’s more than a performance . . . it’s a ministry! 

 

 

Jubilation Jazz is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. If you would like to be a part of the ministry of Jubilation Jazz, you may send your tax deductible donations to:

Jubilation Jazz, INC.
PO Box 1216
Marion, AR 72364                                                                                                                     

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OUR MISSION

Sharing the Gospel in a fun and entertaining way through the idiom of Big Band Jazz

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