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Pop & Motown Hits



Swing and a Miss
can be summed up in a single word: versatility.

If you want to hear Top 40 hits from the 1950s, the Motown hits from the 1960s and 1970s, or songs from today, Swing and a Miss performs it with style.

Their secret?  The fantastic foursome at the core of the group who love to play great music!

When your event calls for a big, fat, juicy sound, Swing and a Miss delivers by adding the horn section for a power-packed performance.

These recordings don't cheat like others you might hear.  We left the "auto-tune" to the pop radio artists and left some clunkers in, because let's face it....in a live performance, clunkers sometimes happen.

Hear exactly what you're going to get when Swing and a Miss plays for you.

So crank up the speakers.  No, really...crank 'em up loud and hear what Swing and a Miss is all about.











The Best Classic Hits!

The "core" of Swing and a Miss is its rhythm section, which can be heard here on a variety of recordings we hope you'll enjoy.


Andy LaCasse with the Fastball hit "The Way"



Guitarist Andy LaCasse sings the classic rock tune "Long Train Runnin'"



Kelli and Andy share the lead vocal on Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now"



Ron Tracy on vocals, guitar, and harmonica tearin' it up on "Tore Down"



Drummer / band leader Kelli Rae Tubbs with "Give Me One Reason"



Andy's top-notch vocals on Springsteen's/Pointer Sisters' "Fire"



Ron knocks 'em down with "Domino"




The singing of our bass guitarist, Steve Levens, isn't featured on these clips, but we couldn't have recorded these songs without his awesome talent.  In fact, up and over to the right, there's a photo of those talented hands and the 5-string bass he used on these recordings.