© 2016-2020 Big City Swing Committee

All Photography by Vinnie Corbo at Vinali Creative Group

Vinnie Corbo

Guitar, Alto Saxophone, Vocals

     Vinnie is a graduate of Millersville University and President of The Grandsons of Italy in America. He has produced over 100 albums for various artists including Royal Crown Revue, David Haydn-Jones and Doug Yokoyama along with close to 30 of his own solo albums. He has been signed to 7 different record labels including Cargo Music, Hot Entertainment and Snodonia in Italy.

     Vinnie has worked in marketing, branding, advertising, photography and production for two decades for several firms including Sagon-Phior and Vinali Creative Group. He has served on the board of directors for non-profit charities and hosts an annual Christmas party for mentally and physically challenged children. In 2009 he was awarded the Italian Man-of-the-Year. Vinnie has been a life-long fan of the music of Louis Prima and Sam Butera and had the privilege of performing with Sam at the MGM Grand casino in Las Vegas.

Sam Morgan

Tenor Saxophone, Vocals

     The son of two professional singers and pianists, Sam Morgan grew up in the whirlwind of a musician's lifestyle. Beginning to play saxophone at 11 and playing alongside his family professionally by 14, he spent his formative years cutting his teeth with some of Los Angeles' finest musicians. His extensive performance history both in LA and throughout the U.S. has led him to share the stage with members of the Stan Kenton and Glen Miller Jazz Orchestras, the James Brown band, Toto, and countless others.

Tony Rinaldi

Trombone, Trumpet, Vocals

     Tony Rinaldi holds a BFA in Music Performance from the California Institute of the Arts. He has performed with many touring acts including The Veils, Habadekuk, The Asteroids, Sonora Tropicana, Racheal Platten, Lemaitre, Foxygen, and Beat Mosaic. He doubles on trumpet as well as bass trombone, alto trombone and euphonium.

     Tony brings a unique feel to Big City Swing Committe by capturing the soling style of the classic New Orleans era. Tony's tone packs a punch that provides a strong front pocket and an energy that audiences are sure to enjoy.

C.H. McCoy

Piano, Guitar, Vocals

     Casey McCoy received his BM in jazz piano from Missouri State University and immediately skipped his college graduation ceremony to tour Australia with the Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Rick Gerber. Upon returning from Australia he moved to Los Angeles and has been a working freelance pianist in the Southern California area.