The Washboard Resonators are a duo playing foot-stomping blues, Vaudeville, Ragtime, Hokum, Skiffle, Swing and Folk like it was in the 1920s, 30s & 40s.
On stage, you can expect a varied and entertaining show with upbeat songs, harmonies, tap dancing and an array of old instruments, including; Washboard, Resonator guitars, Banjo, Ukulele, Snare drum, Suitcase bass drum, Spoons and their very own invention ... The Kazoosaphone
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Vaudeville ˈvɔːdəvɪl/ noun: vaudeville
a type of entertainment popular chiefly in the US in the early 20th century, featuring a mixture of speciality acts such as burlesque comedy and song and dance. "his comedic roots are in vaudeville" a light or comic stage play with interspersed songs. plural noun: vaudevilles archaic a satirical or topical song with a refrain.