Take 5


Many of the giants of swing are gone, but their music lives on through the voices of brothers, Mike and Steve Foenander. Two powerful entertainers with a contagious passion for swing. Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis Junior are some of the voices that Take 5 immortalise in their 'swing legends' show.

Their inimitable style is enhanced by David Fitzgerald - a piano man that just fell out of the 40's.

Dance in the old fashioned way, or just relax and have your senses tantalised by a cocktail of musical styles. Swing, Latin, ballads and popular music uniquely presented by the lounge lizards of swing.

David McEvoy - Piano
Geoff Miller - Bass
John Stephens - Drums
Mike and Steve Foenander - Vocals

All Of Me
All Or Nothing At All
All The Things You Are
Autumn Leaves
Bebop Lives
Beyond The Sea
Birth Of The Blues
But Not For Me
Close To You
Come Fly With Me
Days Of Wine And Roses
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Everybody Loves Somebody
Everything Happens To Me
Embraceable You
Fly Me To The Moon
Girl From Ipanema
How Deep Is You Love
I Get A Kick Out Of You
I Left My Heart In San Fransisco
I've Got The World On A String
I've Got You Under My Skin
It Had To Be You
It's Not Unusual
It Was A Very Good Year
Jailhouse Rock
Just In Time
Just The Two Of Us
Just The Way You Are Love
Kansas City
Lady Is A Tramp
Look Of Love
Love Boat
Love Is In The Air
Mack The Knife
Money Money Money
More I See You
Nature Boy
New York New York
One For My Baby
One Note Samba
Over The Rainbow
Paper Moon
Quando Quando
Route 66
Satin Doll
Straighten Up And Fly Right
Suspicious Minds
Sweet Lorraine
Take The A Train
Tender Trap
That's Amore
That Old Black Magic
That Old Feeling
They Can't Take That Away
This Guys In Love
You Make Me Feel So Young
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
And More...


"After catching a glimpse of Take 5 playing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2004, I knew the long search for the 'right' band for our conference was over. The voices of Mike and Steve Foenander are brilliant; it is rare to find such talent. The infectious, smooth sounds of the bass, keyboards, and drums had even the most introverted delegate willing to dance! Both young and old were swirling on the dance-floor, and howls of protest were heard at the end of the night when the band finally had to pack up and go."
Jesia Berry - Australasian Epidemiological Association