Low Country audiences continue to swing to the sounds of the HH Big Band. With soaring horns, toe tapping rhythms and smooth vocals, the band continues to entertain with pop songs from bands and entertainers such as the Beatles, Blood Sweat & Tears, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Van Morrison, Michael Buble, and many others. Their high energy performance of hit songs from the 60’s to the present day will have you dancing in the aisles. The talented musicians who make up the more than 24 piece ensemble have played with music greats including Buddy Rich, James Brown, Three Dog Night, and the Righteous Brothers. From the syncopated samba rhythms of “It Better Be Tonight” to the driving beat of “I’m So Excited”, the diverse repertoire of the HH Big Band has something for everyone.
Our vast repertoire gives us the flexibility to create a tailor-made program for your next event. The Band provided entertainment at The Italian Festival on Hilton Head, at the Hilton Head Beach & Tennis Resort Ballroom, and the Shelter Cove Marina. The band has also performed at the at the Landings Club at Skidaway Island, Savannah. While your organization enjoys our music, you will also be supporting young musicians in the Low Country. To book the HH Big Band for your next event contact Brian Lenehan at 734-657-8459, or email us at email@example.com.
The Hilton Head Big Band is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to providing opportunities for the next generation of musicians. Through the collection and repair of used instruments, and scholarships to Hilton Head Junior Jazz Camp, we help disadvantaged young musicians fulfill their dreams.
HH Big Band members donate their time, energy, and talents to help make music accessible to everyone and to raise the needed funds to support our mission.
We are inspired by playing great music and helping young people achieve their musical goals.
Our goal is to be the best band we can be, to fund scholarships, and put instruments in the hands of talented young musicians who would otherwise be unable to afford them.