How many songs do you play in a night? Do we have to provide you a list of every song we want to hear at our event?
Every event has its own unique timing and details that can affect the number of songs that are played. You do not have to select every song to be performed; in fact, we ask only that you provide us a guide of your most and least favorite artists and genres. If there is a specific song that you cannot imagine the band not performing, please share that with us. Same goes with those you do not want performed; if there is a specific song you do NOT want to hear, please let us know.
I would like the band to perform a song not found on your song list. Is that possible?
Yes, the band will learn up to two new songs for your event. Please send us the song title, artist and a YouTube link or MP3 of the specific version you would like us to learn three weeks prior to your event. We ask for a link or MP3 to be sure we learn the version that you like. Additional fee may apply.
Does your band provide the PA system?
The cost of the band includes the full, high end PA system and your use of our wired or wireless microphones during the event. Additional use of the speaker system outside of the contracted time is subject to availability and additional charges may apply. The band also includes LED stage and dance lighting. Please inquire for more information.
Do we tip the band?
Tipping is never expected, but always appreciated. If you feel your experience exceeds your expectations, you are welcome to tip us at the event.
Do you provide the stage and electricity if the venue does not?
No. We only provide the PA system, lighting, and instruments necessary to perform. We require a power source within 30 ft of the band. Two, 20 amp circuits would ensure we do not blow a fuse. We require a flat surface to set up on. We cannot set up directly in sand or a wet surface.
How much space does the band need?
We are most comfortable with an area approximately 20′ across by 10′ deep or larger. We would be happy to discuss this further based on your venue.
How are payments made?
The contract is emailed to you and the signed contract is sent back to us. A deposit is usually required to hold your date. Balance of payment is due on your event date. Over-time rates, if applicable, will be at predetermined pricing in your contract. Other payment schedules may be arranged, upon request. Payments are made by check, cash, or electronically with a small service fee.