It’s been nearly two months since the Duke Ellington Orchestra doublebooked its New Year’s Eve performance causing the Biltmore Hotel to cancel the concert, but some still feel a hangover.

The hotel filed suit last week in Miami-Dade Circuit Court against Paul Ellington and the Duke Ellington Orchestra as well as its promoter, claiming the show was hampered by the band’s double booking in New York and its disregard for people’s reluctance to travel on New Year’s Eve.

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