Dust is the quietest big band in the known world. Founded in the early 20th century by beekeeper and violinist Abraham Dust, the ensemble began as a traveling novelty attraction known regionally throughout the southeastern United States until the Great Depression. Reconvened in Toronto nearly a century later with the blessing and guidance of its founder, Dust gracefully maintains the long held assertion that all that vanishes is not lost.
Performers include but are not limited to:
Dust performed at GAS recently. If you couldn't make it, here's a taste of what you missed!