William and the Romantics
William and the Romantics is a big band swing ensemble, seeking to bring back the timeless sounds of swing. Playing the classic music of Glenn Miller, Louis Prima and Frank Sinatra, among others. We want to rekindle the fun and romance of those halcyon days.

News

New Music!

We've put our first two EPs up in their entirety for you to listen to right here on the site. Go to our Audio page and listen to all 12 songs from The Decibel Gardens Sessions and Was It Blue?

Festival Season

William and the Romantics is starting to gear up for the summer festival season. We already know that we'll be playing at the Highlands Ranch Music and Arts Festival in May and the Estes Park Big Band Bash in June. Check out our calendar as we update it to find out more.
Nina Storey with William and the Romantics
On December 29, 2013, Nina Storey stopped by to sing a couple of songs with the band. William and the Romantics was thrilled to be able to share the stage with such a talented artist. Learn more about Nina at her official website

leadville boom days, August 3, 1:30 PM
On Saturday, August 3rd, William and the Romantics was a headline act at the Leadville Boom Days. Although there was rain, which shortened our playing time a bit, it was a great event, and we had a great time.

People's Fair

In June, we played at the Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods People's Fair. We had a great turn out, and got to play for people who had never heard us before. We even had some photos of the band appear on the Denver Post website. Click here to see them along with some other photos from that weekend. There are also some videos on YouTube. Just search for "William and the Romantics peoples fair" to find them.


Miscellaneous

Click here for a list of our songs.

Thanks to Reverbnation, we have our own Android app. Get it here.

Upcoming Shows

March 15, 2014:

Private Event - Ranch Country Club


April 6, 2014:

Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO - 8:00 PM


May 4, 2014:

Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO - 8:00 PM



Our full calendar