Which Big Band Legend Were You In A Past Life?

Anna Claro
Created By Anna Claro
On Sep 14, 2018

What's your idea of a "good night out"?

What's your drink of choice?

What's your favorite style of music?

Which instrument would you choose to play?

What's your swing nickname?

Which country would you like to live in, in the 1940's?

Pick a song to listen to:

What's most important to you in life?

You were...Louis Armstrong in a past life

You were...Louis Armstrong in a past life

You were the big, bold Louis Armstrong in your past life. He wrote songs like "What a Wonderful World", "Mack the Knife" and "When the Saints". People called him "Satchmo", for...I don't know what reason, but maybe you do'?

You were...Benny Goodman in a past life

You were...Benny Goodman in a past life

You were the American big band star, Benny Goodman. He started out as a clarinetist and slowly became a swing music sensation. He wrote songs like "Sing, Sing, Sing", "Stomping' At The Savoy" and "After You've Gone".

You were...Duke Ellington in a past life

You were...Duke Ellington in a past life

I betcha anything your grandpa LOVED Duke Ellington. He wrote songs like "It Don't Mean A Thing", "Take The A Train" and "Sophisticated Lady". He's the definition of class and traditional tunes.

You were...Ella Fitzgerald in a past life

You were...Ella Fitzgerald in a past life

Ella was a class act back in the day. She had a ton of soul and had the voice of an angel. She sang songs like "Summertime", "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" and "A Tisket, A Tasket".