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Detroit- We’re Headed Your Way!

Baldori & Migliazza – The Boogie Kings – will be performing at the Steinway Piano Gallery in Detroit, MI on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Order your VIP, Reserved, or General Admission tickets for Boogie Stomp! today! VIP Tickets include a copy of their new CD: DISTURBING THE PEACE, – as well as pre and post cocktails at a nearby venue.



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CD UPDATE!

Baldori & Migliazza have started tracking their new CD.  Significant progress in January, and tweaks ongoing.  Getting original tracks prepped to send to legendary mix / mastering engineer Mark Stebbeds in Hollywood.

The boys are putting together an audacious collection of blues, boogie and rock and roll that will knock your socks off.  Using material from their live show, and recording at Lansing Sound, the new tracks will demonstrate what it means to swing so hard that you can’t sit still.  You have to dance when you hear this stuff.

Coming soon to facebook, youtube and other social media.


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THE BOOGIE KINGS

After a summer full of incredible gigs, (see Scrapbook and Reviews) Baldori & Migliazza are looking forward to an exciting fall that will take them from New York to Arizona. Our theatrical performance is also evolving. We toured Russia for the 5th time in March – where we sold out several venues in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad and our Russian producer Vladimir Ferkleman billed us as the Boogie Kings. We thought if it worked in Russia, we should try it in the USA.

Follow and friend us on facebook, and let us know if you have a nearby venue where you would like to see The Boogie Kings perform.


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The Friar’s Club, NYC

Baldori and Migliazza have been invited to perform at one of the world’s top entertainment venues, The Friar’s Club in New York City.  Between a theatrical showcase of Boogie Stomp! the musical at The Guild Theatre in E. Hampton and a musical showcase of their repertoire in Boston, the Boogie Kings will be rocking Manhattan at The Friar’s Club!

“Celebrating over a century of unparalleled entertainment and fraternity”