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I have seen Malorie's live performance with her band Soul Be It at Patchogue Theatre and her vocals and stage presence are outstanding. I honestly can say Malorie is one of the best vocalists on Long Island. I always recall that particular show where she opened for well known '70's Disco' artists. I really enjoyed her stage to audience connection. Malorie covers of a wide range of music genres including Disco, Funk, Motown and current dance tracks. Very impressive.
Excellent voice he is unbelievably great my god what a range. For all the lovers of Motown n oldies. This is ur guy close ur eyes he has the talent to bring u back to that time n sounds incredible like the actual singer / group singer. Fantastic job pls come visit @ Anastasio's in east haven. N listen to the best of the best. Really.
I literally have no words on how amazing this band is! It was a lucky last minute hire and we totally slacked on getting our homework to them on time but they pulled it out! So nice and responsive. With our lack of direction on how to have the reception flow Paul guided us through and it was great! My guests commented a week later to say they had finally recovered from all the dancing! From my 'I need to hear one u2 song one Elton john song and one Bryan Adams song' managed to play during their break a playlist with them on it including my favorite U2 song! Seriously hire them. Like amazing. I want to have a party with them at it every year. All we could ask for and more
Tim did a great job at my daughter's 16th birthday party! He was accommodating, music wise, to both the kids and the adults! Everybody was happy and had a fun night!
I'm Aziza, a song writer and artist from New York. One day many years ago I was looking for someone to help me put my music together in a studio. I called a number out of a Village Voice ad, and that was the beginning of a long music production relationship with Bruce Whitcomb. I'd have to say I'm currently mostly a jazz/R&B/musician/poet in my own right. I have been a musician my whole life due to a great part to my musical dad and having been strongly influenced by R&B artists when I grew up. Jazz is in my blood, and I was very glad to learn that Bruce had a deep love of it too. In many of our recordings in the beginning, I'd have Bruce program drums and then I'd play all the other parts. When I write, I get very specific about bass lines and parts I hear, and being a pianist primarily, I've always played my own keyboard parts. One day Bruce offered to play electric bass and guitar on a tune. I didn't really know he played back then! He sat back and attentively watched me put my music together without interjecting any more than that, which was in many ways refreshing- until I heard what he had to offer to enhance my music from his own perspective which was a lot. He always engineered the sessions very quickly and accurately, and for me as my own producer, that is really important in the studio. Anyway, his contributions became invaluable, and from that day on I was always interested to see where his parts would take my music. We have probably recorded about twenty songs together over about a twenty year span or so. I have my own band of great musicians and play primarily around the east coast. I have headed up the late night jazz jams at the Blue Note in NYC, been the primary keyboard sub in Oprah Winfrey's broadway show The Color Purple, been Natalie Cole's musical director and pianist on a several tours, and have had songs of mine covered by artists such as Ahmad Jamal, Natalie Cole and others. Bruce is a close friend and a very musical soul. I prize our musical relationship as much as our personal friendship. I know he can always do wonders in the studio and recommend his abilities highly to any aspiring artist on any level
Tania was the DJ/MC for my wedding. I had never really paid much attention to what DJs were doing at past weddings, until it came to my own. My initial thought was the same as always: you bring them in, they play some music, say a few words, and enjoy the party...simple. Boy was I wrong! I quickly realized that if we had anybody else there doing the job we would have been in trouble. And from the moment she became a part of our wedding I learned the value of hiring the right person. Thank God we did! She wasn't just a fixture in the background pumping melodies into the summer breeze. She was an integral part of the whole success that our wedding was. From the initial consultations and planning, help with wedding song selections, post-wedding music recommendations for the type of crowd that would be present, much needed advice along the way when weren't exactly sure on how to piece things together throughout the day, engaging the guests and keeping them excited, as well as quick impromptu professional guidance when last minute setbacks came up, she was impressively prepared for it all. She was set up and ready way ahead of schedule, and on point the whole time ready for any sudden twists we threw at her. She couldn't have done a single thing better. In short, Tania was the whole package. I have not one hesitation in saying the entire day would have never gone over anywhere near as perfectly as it did, if it were anybody else in her shoes. We hired one and received ten. She's got the experience, she's definitely got the vision, and she's also got the care. Based on my experience she treats the job as though she is on the other side, in her clients' shoes, which means when you hire Tania you're not getting the same service everyone gets...you're getting your very own unique, personal service...and who the heck doesn't want that?! Tania has my full endorsement. As far as I'm concerned, when it comes to hiring a DJ, there is nobody else. She provides an amazing service and is worth every penny!
Saw at Slaintes Saturday! Book this band! Great variety of music and lots of FUN!
As a member of the Board of Directors, and entertainment coordinator for The Friend of the Farm at Hilltop, a 501c3 non profit group in North central Connecticut restoring an historic farmstead into an agricultural and educational community resource, I've had the pleasure of contracting the Fast Lane Band several times for our public fundraising events. Their professionalism and reliability is outstanding. Truly the entertainment value here is HUGE. Their versatile playlists cover so many genres, and their delivery is so good- low key, high key -whatever, that everyone is always satisfied. I highly recommend this musical group for any function- Corporate, Civic, Weddings, Private Parties you name it- just make sure you have plenty of dance floor space. Definitely 5 stars here!
4EverFab is one of the most professional and enjoyable bands to play at my venue, The Simple Man Saloon. Our patrons are always asking me when their next show is. Do yourself a favor and book these guys. They are spot on when it comes to the sound of the Beatles.
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This band is made up of 4 talented musicians that know how to entertain! Male and female vocalist, keyboards, bass, guitar and drums rock out over 50 cover songs from artists such as Taylor Swift, Evanescence, Pink, Black Eyed Peas, Three Doors Down, Creed, The Fray, AC/DC, Led Zepplin, Deep Purple, Third Eye Blind, Lit The All American Rejects and more. Everyone will be up singing and dancing - the energy is electric!
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Caliber is a rock cover band from Connecticut with ambitions toward original music. Caliber covers classic to modern rock with a setlist spanning four decades of hits. With a passion for music, Caliber plays all over the state in all size venues from small pubs to outside shows.
Pamela Scott-Ashe is one of the talented musicians for hire. This skilled individual serenades her customer's guests with beautiful tunes that are pleasant to the ears.