For more than ten years, Hot Club Sandwich has cultivated its fresh approach to the Parisian Hot Club style of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Featuring guitars, violin, mandolin, and upright bass with vocal arrangements and shout choruses, the Hot Club Sandwich sound blends reverence for tradition with vibrant improvisation and acoustic interplay. In addition to performing unique treatments of the classic 1930s and 1940s repertoire, Hot Club Sandwich expands its scope to other great composers of the era, including vocal arrangements from the legendary Argentinian guitarist Oscar Aleman and the New York duo Slim and Slam, as well as folkloric music from the early 20th century. Hot Club Sandwich takes listeners on a journey from the smokey cafes of Paris to the hipster backstreets of 1930s Harlem, careening along a winding music road filled with yodeling cowboys, a band of Mexican violinists, and spirited gypsy guitar slingers. Recent Hot Club Sandwich releases have placed well in Jazz, Americana, and Jamband charts. National radio appearances on programs like PRI's "West Coast Live", NPR's "Says You" and even cameo appearance on "All Things Considered" have introduced millions to the Hot Club Sandwich sound in recent months.