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Travis was amazing! First of all, he was very professional and personable. We really enjoyed meeting him and talking with him. He helped us tremendously with the flow of the reception, which was great because we apparently we didn't consider a whole bunch of important things that he pointed out to us! Second of all, he really kept the party going! I have never been to a wedding with so much energy. For a wedding of 150 people (pretty medium sized wedding) the dance floor was packed the entire time. I've seen much bigger weddings that didn't look as good as that. I highly recommend him for your wedding!
Jeremy is my go to guy for sound production needs as well as band and dj booking. He is very professional and pays close attention to the small details to ensure a great show. ....plus he always has the best hats... :)
I was employed by YOUR MOM band for a few performances. Phil, the band leader, is very organized and communicates well. The band plays popular cover songs and draws a large crowd due to their marketing efforts. They are worth the investment.
I highly recommend the Driveway Thriftdwellers. They absolutely killed it for my dad's surprise 60th birthday celebration! We invited 60 family and friends, ages 18-80, to party at our lake cottage. Even with this eclectic group, the guys were able to keep the whole party singing and dancing the entire evening. They played an awesome variety of Americana/Alt-Country music, mixing in original songs and covers from Tom Petty, Rolling Stones and Merle Haggard. Everyone loved them, even my dad, who is extremely picky about his live music. They truly helped take the surprise party to the next level. They're a great group of guys, professional, easy to work with and an awesome price for a full 5-piece band. They have quickly become the go-to entertainment for all of our parties, small or large. Mariel
I can't say enough about this band! Everyone at the party enjoyed the music and the dance floor was always packed. The band was very accommodating to all of our requests and worked very well with the property owners on sound levels and times. Thanks again to all the band members and the sound guy for an awesome night.....catch you on the FLIP SIDE!!!! - Alyssa
This band will ROCK the house! Guests or Customers will enjoy songs they know, a high-energy performance and best of all (from the person coordinating the party)-this band is full of amazing people so the interactions and transaction are respectful, easy and fun! They go above and beyond-always!! As someone who's booked quite a bit of talent over the years, this group has been one of the best to work with!!!
A rockabilly band and a minister will play anywhere and will do weddings. We do loud rockabilly and '50s rock 'n' roll. Come on out, and check us out.
Artist Bio Funny name. Great band! Most groups start with rock and pop and play blues when they run out of material. They start with blues because it's the basis for all-American pop music since early in the last century, then they take great material and do it the way they think it fits for the band. For 22 years, Chainsaw Curtis and the Creepers have been playing a distinctive brand of roadhouse blues, rock 'n' roll, and R&B music all over Wisconsin, northern Illinois, and eastern Iowa. More about Chainsaw Curtis and the Creepers Curt Rodeheaver started playing music on the piano at age nine and picked up the guitar at thirteen. Gigs for high school dances led to his first nightclub work in 1970. He continued to play in bands and in 1981 in Ithaca, New York with band mate Glenn Davis and started a weekly Blue Monday jam session at a night club called the Nines, which is still going today. According to Living Blues magazine, it's one of the longest continuously running jams in the country. In 1989, Curt moved to Southern Wisconsin from upstate New York to open the Silver Moon Blues Oasis in Darien. He got the name Chainsaw from a line in the Huey Lewis song "Cool Is the Rule (But Sometimes Bad is Bad)." The Creepers started as the house band at the Moon backing artists from Chicago. Curtis would occasionally take the band out of the club and do gigs in other area venues. When Curt left the Moon in 1993, he continued to book the band in clubs, at festivals, and parties. There have been many Creepers over the years (more than 35!). The first Creepers album, Too Much Like Work, was released in 1996 and included eight original pieces and three covers. Dave Luhrssen of the Milwaukee Shepherd Express called it one of the best locally produced blues albums. Curt's song "Nine Months of Winter" got to 102 on the Garageband.com over all charts in a field of more than 20,000 songs. The 2000 release Pantloads of Fun included eight original songs by Curt. John Noyd of Maximum Ink magazine called Pantloads a "smokey barbecue reminiscent of ZZ Top and Los Lobos." Chainsaw Curtis is currently working on material for his third album - (Tragedy's Easy) Comedy's Hard. The Creepers have more than a hundred years of experience on stage. There is video of the band on our Reverbnation page. It's blues! It's electric folk! It's American music! Crank it up.
I life coach children and adults with instrumental music. Trumpet is my main instrument. I teach clinics at schools and universities and have a one-man show to promote positive music to children and adults. My band could range in size depending upon the event.
Honeyshot's a stellar cover band that even the toughest critic of cover bands will love! Rollicking high energy collides with talented instrumentation to give any crowd a great show! Honeyshot's song list of over 70 songs allows them to cater to almost any venue. Whether you're looking for the perfect 80's band for your 80's party or a well rounded song mix (of all genres) for a formal event, Honeyshot's got you covered! Rock, blues, pop, and even a little country (depending on the venue) from the 70's through today! Song list is available by request.
Madison, Wisconsin area band performing top 40 country (with a focus on great country from the 90s, early 2Ks, southern rock, rock, and a splash of today’s top 40 country). BLUE STEEL COUNTRY!