It was a hot one..

We played at Creekside Blues and Jazz 2018 on Friday, Brothers Drake on Saturday, and closed out the weekend with a Concert on the Green in Worthington!

And the average temperature between the three days was 88 degrees.

Brenny, Joe, and Nick (left to right)

Thank you to the couple of you we saw each night- you know who you are.

We started the weekend by playing on the Community Stage at Creekside on Friday. Our friend Daniel Hoy from SwingColumbus came out to say hello!

On Saturday, we played with Bella Ruse, and The Jeffs. Rick Carr took some great pictures of us! Even more of the SwingColumbus family came out. Oh! And happy 10 year reunion, Thomas Worthington class of 2008!

Finally, on Sunday, we got our chance to play on the Worthington Green! It was a packed lawn as the high reached into the 90’s. We were joined by our good friend on drums, Troy Kunkler!

Come on by to Rambling tonight at 10:00 and catch our set. We play until midnight. It’ll be the coolest set we’ve played all month! And we hit at 11:00am at Sunlight Market this Sunday.


What a busy week!

Gilla, Max and Sign

We played with Squirrel Nut Zippers on Thursday, where we opened with a 40-minute-exactly set of our best bangers. Someone was so amazing as to take a video of the end of Gigolo and all of One and Only and send it to us! Check it out below:

Then we went to Jackson, Ohio on Saturday evening to play for the Southern Hills Arts Council‘s Evening with the Arts. We swang and swung until we could not swing any more. They caught some pictures of us in action.


Finally, a group of us played at Sunlight market this morning! Two hours of real-life swing music down on Gay Street across from Tip Top. Big shoutout to Bob at the –> Webner Family Blog <– for catching us at today’s Sunlight market and –> writing a little about us <–! We’ll be there again in June: come by from 11am-1pm on June 17th and say hi!


Evening with the Arts

An “Evening with the Arts is the Bee’s Knees” will be held Saturday, May 19, 2018 at the Jackson Area YMCA beginning at 7PM, doors opening at 6:30PM.

Entertainment this year will be the “Whirlybirds“, a modern swing/pop group that promise to keep you Swangin’. Delicious food and desserts (All included with ticket price) and a cash bar will be available for beer (Sixth Sense Brewing Company), 1920’s themed cocktails and wine purchases.

The event will feature a live art auction, a silent auction, and the traditional “Match Pack” and AL Terry Jewelry Chest.

Tickets are $30/person or $300 for a reserved table of 8. Tickets can be Purchased Here, by calling the box office at 740.577.3841 or the Southern Hills Arts Council office at (740)286-6355.

Thank you to our Bee’s Knees sponsors to date – Total Media Jackson County Broadcasting, and AL Terry Jewelers, and Speyside Bourbon Cooperage as well as all of our other sponsors and donors.     Join us for an evening full of wonderful art, entertainment and fun!