Hired 2 times
40 years in business
Photos and Videos
5 photos and 3 videos
General event / party,
Pop / top 40,
Rock / classic rock,
Jazz / Blues,
Country / bluegrass,
Solo Musician Entertainment
So far so good, he follows up well. I will be booking him this weekOct 13, 2015VerifiedMarc Bosserman-Pianist/Vocalist- Weddings,Parties Events Los Angeles's reply
Hey Joe, I'm super excited about playing for you this Dec! Thanks for your positive feedback! : )
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I will work with each client to stay in the budget as needed.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I want to know exactly what they want and need and then I work on how I can help then to create their vision.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Constantly learning and working on ways to make better music is a big requirement in this field. I played at a club in down town Los Angeles called The Varnish for 4 years and so have a rather extensive repertoire of 20s adn 30s songs. I played regularly at one restaurant chain where the the repertoire wanted was very current so I have a large repertoire of songs from the past 10 or 15 years. Constantly playing a variety of venues means a constant demand of songs to stay up with the requests. I am constantly leaning songs. New songs , old songs. And honestly there are so many amazing songs in every decade! 30 +years has exposed me to many different players and styles be it New Orleans Jazz, Stride, Ragtime, Big Band Swing, Disco, Rock and Roll, Cool Jazz, Be Bop, Country (which I mostly do really old school) Soft rock, etc... Because Weddings are so special and personalized I've also learned many traditional and special songs such as The Forest Gump Theme , Something, Stand by Me, In My Life, Words, Pachabel's Canon, Mendellson Wedding March, Richard Claydermann, And Even...Fats Waller...and Old Time Rock and Roll for the processional! There is always new music. Radio Head Songs, Tom Petty, Even David Bowie, and Pink Floyd are becoming solo piano repertoire. There are no limits and It is a great challenge to be able to make them all work. And...it's really fun.