SFL&X Sept 18-21 100%

Live Music

We are excited to be offering the best lineup we've ever seen at a Lindy Exchange.

Thursday Night

(only included with "Complete Pass")

Fil's little BIG band
w/ Lilan Kane

Saxophonist Fil Lorenz has been swinging Bay Area audiences since 1998. His star-studded "little BIG band" bridges the gap between the classic big bands of the 1930's and the smaller, lighter groovin' bands of the 1950's.


Friday Night

Barbara Morrison

The dazzling Barbara Morrison has been featured on over 20 recordings. She has dazzled fans of a wide aray of genres from traditional Jazz and Blues to Gospel and Pop. Her melodic voice, with its two-and-a-half-octave range, is known worldwide, as are her rich, unique, soulful and highly spirited interpretations of both, familiar Jazz and Blues classics and original contemporary tunes. Equally as striking is Ms. Morrison's ability to belt out down-home, soul-stirring Blues. Her impassioned renditions of old and favorite torch songs are nothing short of breathtaking.

Saturday Night

Gordon Webster
Featuring an appearance by Barbara Morrison

Pianist Gordon Webster is one of the most sought after musicians in the lindy hop world. His tremendous musicianship and passion, supported by his first-hand knowledge of social dancing, have inspired lindy hoppers at hundreds of dance events worldwide. Drawing on influences as diverse as Fats Waller, Count Basie, Oscar Peterson and Gene Harris, Webster serves up a smorgasbord of styles unified by one characteristic: irresistible danceability.

Gordon has played two prior SFLX exchanges, and is by far and away the highest ranked band we've ever seen in our follow-up surveys, which is quite a feat considering the bands we've seen at SFLX.
(Photo Pawel Kowalczyk)


Sunday Night

Hot Baked Goods

The Hot Baked Goods are the newest hot jazz band to hit the streets of San Francisco. Comprised mainly of swing and jazz dancers, they got what it takes to make your booty shake! Their authentic style and sound is reminiscent of early jazz from the 1920s and 30s. You can listen and dance to their rhythmic styles every Saturday in Dolores Park, and 1st & 3rd Sundays at Amnesia in the Mission. The Hot Baked Goods are thrilled to bring their music and love for swing to the San Francisco Lindy Exchange.