Rivermont Records is the premiere label working today to promote and preserve traditional jazz and ragtime, and to feature the great many artists and bands working to keep this great music alive - and the Singapore Slingers are thrilled to be on the roster.
Recording an album is never a simple endeavor, but you can help! We have set up a Go Fund Me link where you can contribute to the cause, and help make the newest Singapore Slingers album a reality. We can't do it without your help. This promises to be the best album yet - we thank you!
Happy Days Are Here Again
Breezin' Along With The Breeze
Alice Blue Gown
T'ain't No Sin (To Dance Around In Your Bones)
My Cutie's Due at Two-to-Two Today
The Lady In Red
Under A Blanket Of Blue
If I Had A Talking Picture Of You
I'm In The Mood For Love
Check out what Lauren Smart from the Dallas Observer had to say in this swell article, that appeared recently in the Dallas Observer.
The Wedding Of The Painted Doll
What'll You Do?
Too Much Mustard
Goodnight, Ladies, and Gents
Bo-La-Bo (Egyptian Fox Trot)
The Cubanola Glide
Du Schwarzer Zigeuner
Midnight, The Stars, and You
I'll See You In My Dreams
Matt Tolentino and his Singapore Slingers are currently featured in Modern Luxury Dallas- Steve Carter wrote a splendid article about the band and yours truly- check it out right here-
"When Matt Tolentino was younger, Radiohead, Liz Phair and Green Day were alt-rock titans, spawning countless descendants and casting long shadows on popular music. But Tolentino was a classic Thoreau case, hearing and responding to a decidedly different drummer." - Steve Carter (photo by Trevor Paulhus, Modern Dallas Luxury)
In January 2011, The Dallas Morning News featured Matt Tolentino and the Singapore Slingers in a wonderful article, written by Jon Nielsen (this article is available courtesy of The Dallas Morning News).
"While other children his age danced to hip-hop and played air guitar to rock music, Tolentino, now 25, was transfixed by the sounds of ragtime, waltzes and foxtrots. He decided early on that he would devote his life to introducing a new generation to the music his great-grandmother danced to."- Jon Nielsen