Full Count Big Band Releases Anthem “I Met New York”

Jazz and swing musical organization the Full Count Big Band are happy to release a new song, an anthem about New York City, rightfully called “I Met New York.”@media(min-width:0px){#div-gpt-ad-nysmusic_com-medrectangle-3-0-asloaded{max-width:300px!important;max-height:250px!important}}

Consisting of 17 different instrumentalists and one vocalist when performing, the band initially began 20 years ago as a community group, later growing to the professional level. Much of the Full Count Big Band has experience in the music industry, with musicians, for the most part, currently playing or have played/toured with popular groups or are music education teachers.@media(min-width:0px){#div-gpt-ad-nysmusic_com-medrectangle-4-0-asloaded{max-width:336px!important;max-height:280px!important}}

The song’s inspiration comes from Jeneal Teander, who isn’t from New York but instead from North Carolina, who thought that New York City with

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